Aeronautics, Aviation Management, BS

The mission of the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics, Aviation Management is to prepare students with the highest quality education for a career in aviation management and to provide the aviation industry with qualified candidates that possess skill sets comprised of solid management principles and technical skills consistent with those of successful aviation professionals.

Objective

The objective of the Aeronautics, Aviation Management, BS is to prepare students to be able to utilize current management theory and comprehensive aviation knowledge base to manage different segments of aviation.

Study Outcomes

  1. Students will be able to possess a working knowledge of the course material learned from technical and theoretical courses.
  2. Students shall demonstrate their use of techniques, skills and modern technology necessary for professional growth
  3. Students shall demonstrate a comprehensive working knowledge and application of aviation business management principles, practices and concepts.

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Enrollment, Graduation and Employment Data

Enrollment as of Fall 2018:

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

Total

3

4

11

26

50

Graduation rates: This is the 6-year graduation rate expressed as the (number of graduates) and percentage of those who started the program.

2018

2017

2016

(3) 37.5%

(4) 40.0%

(0) 0.0%

Graduates of this program have found employment with the following types of companies:

  • Pittsburg Airport Authority
  • Cleveland National Airport Authority
  • Southwest Florida International Airport Operations
  • Cleveland Hopkins Operations Landside
  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport Operations
  • FlexJet Flight Following Coordinator
  • San Antonio Airport Authority, Airport Operations