Aviation Sciences Management

photo0355 This major develops the necessary skills for students to occupy managerial or administrative positions within the air transportation industry.

Mission

To develop aviation management professionals with the necessary skills, knowledge, and attitudes to excel in the aviation industry.

Educational Objectives

  1. Professionalism: Exercise the highest standards of personal and professional integrity. Demonstrate an understanding of the current ethical and professional issues related to the analysis and execution aspects of the Aviation Management field.
  2. Team Skills: Develop leadership skills, demonstrate proficiency in all forms of communication and perform well in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team environment.
  3. Lifelong Learning: Commit to continuing education through graduate studies, continuous education opportunities, on the job training and/or self-education in the national and international aviation environment.

Specific Admission Requirements

Besides meeting the University’s general admission requirements set forth on the General Catalog, candidates to this major must:

  1. Be high school graduates or the equivalent, with a minimum grade point average of 2.50.
  2. Have obtained a minimum of 500 points in the Academic Achievement Tests (PATCH) in the Math and English sections of the College Board examination.
Any student who does not fulfill these specific requirements will be admitted conditionally to the major for one academic year.

Academic requirements

General Education Requirements 42 credits
Core Course Requirements 46 credits
Major Requirements 37 credits
Total 125 credits

Click on the following link to download the suggested course sequence and cost for each semester:

Aviation Science Management (152) – Course Sequence & Costs

Notes:

1. Total semesters based on the recommended course schedule. Semesters may be higher depending on the student’s course enrollment per semester.