Enroll in flight school and take your education to 30,000 feet—and beyond.

With only 75 aviation students admitted at a time, Burton D. Morgan College of Aeronautics offers scholars unrivaled personal attention and internship opportunities. As a student in this college, you’ll have many opportunities to learn by doing, from hands-on learning—like flight simulators, logging real flight time and taking off-campus field trips—to a variety of aviation-related clubs, organizations and activities. Join a national aviation fraternity or a professional and industry-specific organization, and put your skills to use.

Dominic Liberta
The difference at Lynn is that students in our program get to do everything.
Dominic Liberta, assistant chief flight instructor


Jeff Johnson, dean, College of Aeronautics
Having the latest technology is important, but it's also a huge financial saving for each student. We can do more in one hour in the simulator than one hour in an airplane at a fraction of the cost.
Jeffrey Johnson, College of Aeronautics dean

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps

The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) gives men and women the opportunity to become an Air Force officer while completing their college degree.
High Res Af Symbol Aeronautics

Lynn University offers the AFROTC through a crosstown agreement with AFROTC Detachment 155 at the University of Miami.

Under this agreement, Lynn students take their regular classes on the Lynn campus and take their AFROTC classes at the Detachment’s location at the University of Miami. Lynn students participating in the AFROTC program enjoy the same travel and scholarship opportunities as any other cadet in the program.

There is no extra charge to participate in the AFROTC. For more information, visit the Detachment 155 website, or call Goldbar Recruiter, 2d Lt Victoria Spare at +1 305-284-6053.

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