Airport Management and Planning Minor
The purpose of this minor is to provide preparation for students who wish to enter the airport-related segment of the aviation industry.
Our Aviation Management instructors have decades of aviation industry experience that they bring to their classrooms. Our faculty's experiences in the industry allow them to provide practical wisdom and advice to students. In addition, they introduce to their students the knowledge and expertise they have each achieved from pursuing and completing advanced degrees and from publishing research in aviation fields.
This minor requires a total of 15 semester hours of coursework:
- AVM 370--Airport Planning
- AVM 372--Airport Management
- AVM 374--General Aviation Operations
- POLS 340--Introduction to Public Administration
- One additional AVM course at the 300 or 400-level
Students wishing to learn more about how this minor can benefit certain career paths or want to pursue it may contact the Aviation Management advisor.