A methodology is developed to learn a feedback linearization (i.e., nonlinear change of coordinates and input transformation) using a data-driven approach for a single input control-affine nonlinear system with unknown dynamics. We employ deep neural networks to learn the feedback law (input transformation) in conjunction with an extension of invertible neural networks to learn the nonlinear change of coordinates (state transformation). We also learn the matrices A and B of the transformed linear system and define loss terms to ensure controllability of the pair (A, B). The efficacy of our approach is demonstrated by simulations on a nonlinear system. Furthermore, we show that state feedback controllers designed using the feedback linearized system yield expected closed-loop behavior when applied to the original nonlinear system, further demonstrating validity of the learned feedback linearization.