The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management (AVM) builds on technical training in aviation maintenance, flight, avionics technology, air traffic control, aircraft operations support, military, and government agencies. Students in Aviation Management can tailor their studies to their interests, including airlines, general aviation operations, finance, safety, regulations, air traffic control, maintenance management, and airport management and planning.
The program of study for those with the appropriate technical background and approximately 60 semester hours, or 2 years, of university credit, courses cover work center, airline, financial, and safety management; labor-management relations; general aviation operations; industry law and regulations; airport management and planning; aviation maintenance management; air traffic control; and university core curriculum courses in social science, science, and humanities.
SIUC Aviation offers degree programs in cooperation with numerous organizations throughout the country. This page contains a list of current locations as well as contact information for those locations.
Information on admissions procedures specific to Aviation students.
Various information on building a class schedule, and registering for classes.
Information on individual courses including fee information, required textbooks and other materials, semester course schedules, and more.