As a christian based flight school, Liberty University School of Aeronautics is thrilled to be able to train those pilots who feel called to serve on the mission field. We have several faculty who have served on the mission field as pilots and they are proactive in sharing their personal experience with our students as they train to enter the field of mission aviation. After serving with Missionary Aviation Fellowship (MAF), our instructors share their wealth of knowledge from their experiences from flying all around the globe with all our students in this specialization.
SPECIALIZATION: Missions (23 hours)
GLST 200 - Introduction to Global Studies (3 Credit Hours)
GLST 290 - Cultural Anthropology (3 Credit Hours)
GLST 441 - Career Preparation for Global Workers (3 Credit Hours)
GLST 485 - Jungle Camp (3 Credit Hours)
GLST 490 - Trends and Issues in Global Studies (3 Credit Hours)
ICST 373 - Missionary Relationships (3 Credit Hours)
ACCT 211 - Principles of Accounting I (3 Credit Hours)
AVIA 450 - Confined Area Operation (2 Credit Hours)
The rest of the required classes can be located on the Degree Completion Plan (DCP).
Below are pictures of several Mission Specialization Graduates and program donors.