CIP: 490104

Program description

Designed to help fulfill the educational needs of the vast dynamic global air transportation industry, the college provides students with the education and training needed to successfully enter the aviation industry. In addition to the aviation management courses, students can also pursue flight training elective courses to attain the licenses and ratings required to enter the industry as a professional pilot through the Burton D. Morgan College of Aeronautics.

Core curriculum 46 credits
DBR 100 Belief and Reason 100 3
DBR 200 Belief and Reason 200 3
DBR 300 Belief and Reason 300 3
DBR 400 Belief and Reason 400 3
DJC 100 Dialogue of Justice and Civic Life 100 3
DJC 200 Dialogue of Justice and Civic Life 200 3
DSS 100 Dialogue of Self and Society 100 3
DSS 200 Dialogue of Self and Society 200 3
DSS 400 Dialogue of Self and Society 400 3
DQR 100 Quantitative Reasoning 3
DQR 200 Quantitative Reasoning 200 3
DSL 100 Scientific Literacy 100 3
DSL 200 Scientific Literacy 200 3
JTERM 1 Citizenship Project 2
JTERM 2 Career Preparation 2
JTERM 3 Language and Culture 2
LYNN 101 First Year Seminar 1
  • BUS 322 also meets DQR 300 & DSL 300 requirements
  • BUS 350 also meets DSSA 300 requirement
  • BUS 372 also meets DJCA 300 requirement
  • BUS 425 also meets DQR 400 & DSL 400 requirement

AVS 431 also meets DJCG 400 requirement

Upper electives 3 credits
Upper Level Elective 3
Elective 17 credits
Elective 17
Total 120 credits

3-year plan

4-year plan