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Volume

17

Issue

1

Publisher

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Abstract

Traditional academic baccalaureate degree programs have become increasingly expensive throughout the US. For collegiate aviation students, this news is even more daunting. Students obtaining a bachelor's degree in aviation with a professional flight emphasis face unique challenges in today's colleges and universities not typified by a majority of 4-year degree programs. Perhaps the most distinctive challenge lays in the financial arena of cost and return on investment for a bachelor's degree in professional flight. This article will examine the various barriers associated with a typical bachelor's degree aviation student majoring in professional flight.

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