Aviation Science & Management
Why choose the Bachelor of Science in Aviation degree?
- It is a well-recognized degree within the Aviation industry
- Has more of an aviation focus
- More flexibility in the courses (elective offerings)
The courses in the Department of Aviation Science and Management provide foundational knowledge to students in the Flight Technology, Air Traffic Control, Aviation Management and other aviation programs through core aviation academics. In addition to the foundational academic coursework, the Department delivers the ground school courses required by the FAA under 14CFR Part 141 for training from private pilot through Airline Transport Pilot and CFII. Degree programs in the ASM department are the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science and Management with tracks in Flight, Management (available online), Logistics Management (available online), Space (available online), Advanced Airplane and Advanced Helicopter. The Department of ASM also offers an Associate of Applied Science in Air Traffic Management degree as well as certificates in Airline Management and Airport Management. Most recently, a new track for Maintenance Management has been added that may allow college credit for previous aircraft experience.