- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Aviation Sciences Management Program
- Aviation Accreditation Board International
Aircraft Systems Management Program
- Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI)
- FAA Part 141 Certification
- FAA Institutional Authority to Certify its graduates for an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certificate with Reduced Aeronautical Experience
Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI)
What is the Aviation Accreditation Board International?
The Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI) is a nonprofit 501 (C) (3) organization that meets twice a year and sets standards for all aerospace programs taught in colleges and universities around the United States and around the world.
Designed by educators, industry and the FAA, it judges the quality of aviation education courses. Programs that meet AABI standards are accredited for a five-year period.
Members of AABI are educators, customers, employees, regulators, manufacturers, research firms, and advocates. Ultimately, they are the people who teach and hire aspiring aviation industry professionals. For more details visit www.aabi.aero
IMPORTANT QUESTIONS ABOUT ACCREDITATION, DEGREE MILLS AND ACCREDITATION MILLS
In their quest for higher education and training, students and the public in the United States sometimes encounter “degree mills” – dubious providers of educational offerings or operations that offer certificates and degrees that may be considered bogus. They may also encounter “accreditation mills” – dubious providers of accreditation and quality assurance that may offer a certification of quality of institutions without a proper basis.
For additional information on this issue and to learn more about CHEA, visit www.chea.org.
Note: Specific program information is found under each program in this website.