BAKERSFIELD, CA – California Aeronautical University will hold a graduation ceremony to honor its first graduating class on Saturday, June 1, 2019. The first annual commencement ceremony will take place at the University located on Meadows Field International Airport at 12 pm.
Our first graduates will receive their diploma in the University’s degree programs, including Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, Associate of Science in Aviation Studies and Master of Business Administration.
“California Aeronautical University was founded to address the rising concerns of aviation for finding qualified, well-trained professionals for both ground and flight opportunities,” says Matthew Johnston, California Aeronautical University President. “As our first class gets ready to graduate, we couldn’t be more proud of the aviation professionals they have all become.”
Our graduates have already experienced successful ventures into the aviation industry through California Aeronautical University’s partnerships with regional airlines, including SkyWest Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, GoJet Airlines, Trans States Airlines, Mesa Airlines, Air Wisconsin Airlines, Compass Airlines, and ExpressJet Airlines. These airline partnerships provide students with a direct pathway to a prestigious career track in commercial aviation.
For more information about the first annual graduation, contact California Aeronautical University at (661) 6155915 or visit https://calaero.edu/life-at-calaero/graduation/.
Mr. Matthew A. Johnston has over 23 years of experience serving various roles in education and is currently serving as the President of California Aeronautical University. He maintains memberships and is a supporting participant with several aviation promoting and advocacy associations including University Aviation Association (UAA), Regional Airline Association (RAA), AOPA, NBAA, and EAA with the Young Eagles program. He is proud of his collaboration with airlines, aviation businesses and individual aviation professionals who are working with him to develop California Aeronautical University as a leader in educating aviation professionals.