Off Campus Aviation Management Programs
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The Aviation Management Bachelor of Science is designed to build upon technical training in aviation maintenance, flight, avionics technology, air traffic control, aircraft operations support, and other aviation-related technical fields. This career-oriented degree meets the educational needs of individuals who have aviation-related work experience and/or technical training from military schools, technical institutes, community colleges, proprietary institutions, or industry training programs.
The degree program consists of three parts:
- A 48 semester-hour major with courses in a weekend format that spans four semesters.
- 31 semester-hours of career electives that can be satisfied with previously completed military schools, community college or technical school courses/degree, aviation certification, other technical or industry training programs, or aviation related work experience.
- And 41 semester-hours of University Core Curriculum (general education) that can be completed from transfer credit from other accredited institutions, including community colleges, CLEP, DANTES, or proficiency testing.