Hello. I hope to get my Associate degree at my local community college in December of 2008. My major is Liberl Arts because I would like to make a career out of flying. I currently have no logged time but I work at my local FBO. A co worker attends The Utah Valley University through the Global Aviation Degree Program (Distant Learning) and my boss/future CFI has reccomended this program. I was wondering if anyone has done it/currently enrolled in it or knows anything about it? Would the college fee's overwrite the FBO's charges or would I have to pay both?
Also, I've been told a million times not to major in aviation (I've also read it on here) because airlines will accept a degree in anything. I was wondering if there are any other options? Would it be more sensible to transfer to a state college and major in business and then take out a Sallie Mae loan and fly on the side?
I have no interest in anything else in this world but airplanes and would feel "wrong" sitting in an office all day. Any other tips?