Hello, to be straight forward, I live in Ohio and I am starting from scratch. I am a senior in high school taking some basic CCP classes like comp 1 ect… and I have no certificates related to this field or experience aside from a (discovery flight). Currently I am planning to go to a state accredited two year college for about one year and then transfer all my credits to kent state University to continue my education by acquiring my bachelor’s degree in their “aeronautics flight technology” program. My goal is to one day work as a major airline pilot. My concern here, among other things is the pricing. This degree at kent state with special flight fees included is approximately $110,000.00 and I am willing to do whatever it takes to aquire my goal here so I will pay it if I have to. However I do not want to be spending this kind of money if there are better/cheaper options out there that will get me to where I want to be in my career as well.
So in conclusion, I just want someone advice from someone who has already become a major airline pilot and has a good amount of knowledge and experience in this field about weather I am making the right choices here or if there are better options out there that you might recommend.