SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS WHO WANT A CAREER IN THE BUSINESS SIDE OF THE AVIATION INDUSTRY

The School of Aviation Studies offers this option for students who don’t wish to fly, but are interested in meeting the growing demands for aviation management positions. This concentration also includes a general business minor upon completion.

Aviation Program Goal

All graduates of the program in aviation will have developed a depth of understanding of the Aviation industry and been afforded the opportunity to prepare for an aviation-related professional career following graduation. 

Aviation Management (non-flying) Educational Goals

  • Instill a solid foundation of management, organizational behavior, and continuing adaptation in a changing global business environment
  • Prepare graduates who will support and nurture business management and lifelong learning in the aviation industry
  • Provide graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement management principals within the aviation environment
  • Review the past, evaluate the future, study local to global considerations of aviation issues
  • Instill professional, ethical responsibility and business sustainability in global environments

Aviation Management - Non-Flying Student Achievement Data

Quick Facts

Delivery: Onsite

Credit Hours: 125

Professional Pilot and
Aviation Management-Flying

  • Application Deadline: November 1
  • Next Session: Fall 2021 only

Air Traffic Management and
Aviation Management -
Non Flying

  • Application Deadline: December 1
  • Admissions: Spring 2021

If you’re planning to choose the Professional Pilot or Aviation Management – Flying concentration, you should apply today to ensure a spot. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. The first 50 students to submit an application AND pay the $250 enrollment deposit will be considered for admission.