Missionary Aviation Technology - Spokane
The objective of the Department of Missionary Aviation Technology is to prepare young men and women to serve effectively with missions in world evangelization using aviation technologies. An integrated program of studies in Bible, missions, aviation, and general education prepares the missionary technician for this specialized role.
The Missionary Aviation program leads to two degrees. Spokane Community College awards an A.A.S. (Associate of Applied Science) upon the successful completion of the Airframe and Powerplant program. Moody Bible Institute awards a B.S.M.A.T. (Bachelor of Science in Missionary Aviation Technology) upon the successful completion of either of the aviation majors.
Requirements for a Missionary Aviation Technology Major
Applicants for the Missionary Aviation Technology major must complete standard application procedures with the Admissions Office in Chicago. The completion of standardized tests will be required for admittance into the technical training portion of the program. College, seminary or Bible school graduates are eligible to apply.
Such applicants must provide verification of having earned at least 15 semester credit hours of approved Bible coursework from an accredited school. Students deficient in Bible credits may satisfy the required coursework at Moody Bible Institute – Spokane.