Bachelor of Science

Aviation Management


By earning your Bachelor's in Aviation Management at Lynn University, you gain unrestricted access to the Morgan D. Burton School of Aeronautics.

Take courses in aircrew training, ground personnel and air industry management, and earn the licenses and ratings you’ll need to excel in the aerospace industry.

At Lynn, you’ll learn by doing. You’ll use simulators in class, or actually get in the cockpit and take our aircraft for a spin. Plus, you can take an internship in the field that interests you.

By the time you complete your bachelor’s program, you’ll have gained a valuable degree with plenty of real world experience to back it up.

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This degree is available online, on campus or any combination of both.

Bachelor's in Aviation Management: Curriculum

As an aviation management major, your courses will relate to both the air industry and the fundamentals of business management. A wealth of aviation electives can provide hands-on learning opportunities through both live and simulated aircrew and flight training. Specific aeronautics courses include:

AVM 102: Aviation History
A survey of the entire spectrum of aviation—its evolution from balloons to supersonic transports and space travel, its contemporary situation and problems, as well as its potential.

AVM 347: Aviation Operations Management
An analysis of contemporary management techniques within the three pillars of the aviation industry: airlines, airports and fixed base operations.

AVM 431: Global Aviation Regulations and Law
A study of the evolution of aviation regulation from a global perspectives, including sections of current Federal Aviation Regulations, International Civil Aviation Organization regulations and various conventions and agreements by which air transportation is governed.

AVM 482: Air Traffic Basics
This course is designed to expose you to a dynamic career path while simultaneously helping you prepare for any other technical field in the aviation industry. After completing this course, you'll be prepared to take the AT-SAT air traffic control entrance exam.

AVM 483: Aviation Technologies
You'll explore the application of technology in aircraft, planning, scheduling, dispatching, avionics, ATC aerodynamics and navigation systems. You'll gain an understanding of multiple applications and technologies, and the advantages of combining various technological advantages in varying segments of the aerospace industry.

General education classes will be satisfied through the Dialogues of Learning core curriculum—a program that relates real-world topics to traditional studies. Learn more about the B.S. in Aviation Management:

Bachelor's in Aviation Management: Career opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Last modified: Jul. 01, 2016