They offer accelerated training with a focus on preparation to become a professional pilot. If flying for a major airline is your eventual goal then a college degree is the norm, although not necessarily listed as a requirement. There are many good jobs flying corporate aircraft which do not require a degree. You asked about being a commercial pilot as opposed to becoming an airline pilot which has additional requirements. Some airline partner with specific flight training schools as a pathway to being hired. For example United is sponsoring a program called Aviate which partners with specific flight schools and universities in order to provide a more direct path to employment as they anticipate a pilot shortage in years to come. Also there is a website clearedtodream.org which provides a lot of information about the path into an airline cockpit. Follow your passion and remember it is a position of public trust. Your personal conduct must instill confidence in your decision making ability and understanding of consequences, as we deal with threat and error management on a daily basis.