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Aviation Management - Non-Flying Concentration

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 principles within the aviation environment
  • Review the past, evaluate the future and study local to global considerations of aviation issues
  • Instill professional, ethical responsibility and business sustainability in global environments

Only students accepted into the Aviation Management – Flying Concentration or Professional Pilot Concentration AND get a flying spot will be able to fly. Unfortunately, students in other non-flying aviation or aerospace programs will not be able to fly.

Students in this program will pursue a Bachelor of Science degree.

Specific Program Requirements



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