Aviation Management Degree
At any given time there are thousands of airplanes crisscrossing the globe. Operations on the ground -- airports, airline companies, air traffic controllers, and more -- help ensure passenger safety, efficient logistics and healthy business practices. For these roles, the industry requires knowledgeable individuals with excellent critical thinking skills. With an aviation management degree, you will gain the knowledge and skills to be an important part of the complex airline industry.
- Explore additional options with coursework that can lead to the Certified Member Examination of the American Association of Airport Executives
- Two degrees in five years: Earn both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in aviation management in only five years with a special plan of study.
- Get involved with nine different student organizations specifically for aviation students
Program Educational Goals (PEGs)—Aviation Management
The educational goal of the B.S. in Aviation Management program is to progressively develop proficiency in the following six competencies. At least 80% of the students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and abilities in each of these competencies by scoring 80% or better at the proficient level.
- Subject Matter Excellence
- Ethics and Integrity
- Individual Resilience and Innovation
Three levels of performance were identified for each competency: emerging (level 1), developing (level 2), and proficient (level 3).