University of North Dakota Aerospace

The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences (UND Aerospace) is a college within the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The school was formed in 1968. The majority of the school's fleet of over 120 aircraft is based at nearby Grand Forks International Airport and is the largest fleet of civilian flight training aircraft in North America. UND Aerospace also operates flight training centers in Crookston, Minnesota, and Phoenix, Arizona. Today, the school has many aerospace-related programs including commercial aviation (fixed wing and rotorcraft), Unmanned aircraft systems operations, air traffic control, airport management, Space Studies, Computer Science, Atmospheric Sciences, and Earth System Science & Policy. Currently, the school has over 500 faculty and 1,900 students making it the second largest of UND's degree-granting colleges.


"Gain the best education and training possible at the world's most comprehensive aerospace university." -UND Department of Aviation

For more information visit https://aero.und.edu/aviation/

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