The Office of Marketing and Communication wears its holiday cheer and celebrates with a pot-luck lunch and games.Stephanie Brown, staff member
Prepare for takeoff
From airport “field trips” to simulations and even cockpit training, the aviation program at Lynn is all hands-on, all the time. In this program, you'll focus on the core structure of the vast aviation industry and learn the operations. You’ll become familiar with the finances, scheduling and regulations that affect the decision-making process for an aeronautics professional. Plus, you'll have the time and opportunity to earn pilot licenses and ratings. This major qualifies graduates for the rATP at 1000 hours.
Don't stop here. Continue your education and earn your bachelor's degree in aviation management to land the career you desire.
What you'll learn in the aviation program
- Aviation regulations
- Finances and scheduling