Minors in Airway Science

Besides the major programs, the School offers two minors as a secondary field of study or specialization during undergraduate studies. These courses are in addition to the required bachelor courses.

Minor in Aviation Management

This minor is aimed at students of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Students from other programs may take the minor but will have to take the following prerequisite courses: GEMA 1200, BADM 1900, BADM 4300, MAEC 2211, MAEC 2212, and MAEC 2221.

Course Course Title Credits
AWSC 2000 Introduction to Aeronautics and Space 3
AWSC 3600 Flight Safety and Security 3
AWSC 4000 Airport Development and Operations 3
AWSC 4055 Management of Air Cargo 3
AWSC 4600 Airline Management 3
AWSC 4680 Aviation Strategic Management 3
BADN 4800 Operations Management 3
Total credits 24

Minor in Commercial Pilot

This minor is open to any student. All students must present a First Class Medical Certificate issued by a medical doctor recognized by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAR Part 67) in order to take classes with a flight laboratory. The students in this minor will take theory and flight courses using the resources provided by the University. These resources include the services that, due to their nature, may be subcontracted.

Course Course Title Credits
AWSC 2000 Introduction to Aeronautics and Space 3
AWSC 2115 Private Pilot Theory 5
AWSC 2116 Private Pilot Flight Laboratory 1
AWSC 3155 Instrument Rating 4
AWSC 3160 Commercial Pilot 3
AWSC 3411 Principles of Air Traffic Control 3
Total credits 19