OU School of Aviation

Quick Facts

Delivery: Onsite

Credit Hours: 125

Application Deadline: February 1

Next Session: Fall 2019

Nationally Ranked

US News 2017 Bachelors

From the Classroom to the Sky

OU Extended Campus offers a bachelor’s degree in Aviation that can help you achieve your career goals. The Bachelor of Science in Aviation offers four concentrations for students to consider. The concentrations allow you to develop the knowledge, leadership, and communication skills required to work in management positions. The curriculum includes a strong foundation in aviation principles, as well as the laws and regulations that may affect your role in the field. Each concentration has a strong business focus to prepare students to function efficiently in the business world of aviation or other related jobs.

What to Expect

The Bachelor of Science in Aviation is designed for students who want to take the first step toward a career in Aviation. Aviation curriculum is closely mapped to the needs and demands of the aviation industry and to OU's general education guideline.

Aviation Minor Options

We now offer minor options in Aviation that are availble for single-engine and multi-engine commerical pilots, air traffic control, and aviation management.


Access program content and contribute to class discussions on your own schedule and at your own pace each week.


Request an evaluation of academic transcripts and applicable training (military and law enforcement) applying.


Our adjunct faculty is made up of more than 100+ experts from across the U.S. At OU Extended Campus, you learn from the best.


Let us be your resource!


OU is a smart and affordable investment in your future.


U.S. News and World Report names the University of Oklahoma top ten in online programs for 2018.


Contact Extended Campus directly for more information.




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