Aviation Management

Bachelor of Science (iLynn)

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Take your career higher when you enroll as an aviation major through the iLynn program. Study exciting coursework and conveniently earn your B.S. in Aviation Management online from iLynn, rated one of the country’s best online degree programs. 

Learn both the business and piloting sides of the aviation industry, and graduate with the licenses and ratings you need to go farther in the aerospace industry. Study online, on campus or a combination of both. Your flight training is at nearby Boca Raton Airport, where Lynn’s Cessna 172s and DA-42 TwinStar aircraft are ready to help you soar.

What you’ll learn as an aviation management major

  • Core business structure of the industry
  • Air crew training, ground personnel and industry management
  • Simulations and cockpit training

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Estimated annual tuition

$8,850

*Flight training available; additional fees apply.

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iLynn aviation management curriculum 

Take courses in aircrew training, ground personnel and air industry management. Business courses concentrate on financial and operations management, legal and H.R. management topics. Aviation electives provide hands-on opportunities through flight training. Add core university curriculum to have a powerhouse degree in the field of aerospace.

Graduates must complete a total of 120 credits in the following categories:

  • 33 university core curriculum credits
  • 63 major credits
  • 24 elective credits

Course preview

AVM 347 Aviation Operations Management
Learn contemporary management techniques of the three pillars of the aviation industry—airlines, airports and fixed base operations—including regulations, aircraft selection, labor relations and airport master plans.

AVM 431 Global Aviation Regulations and Law
Discover how the skies are governed globally. Master a thorough knowledge of FAA regulations and those of the International Civil Aviation Organization.

AVM 483 Aviation Technologies
Explore the application of technology in aircraft, planning, scheduling, dispatching, avionics, ATC aerodynamics and navigation systems. Gain an understanding of how to combine various technologies in different segments of the industry.

Aviation management jobs and careers

Even if you’re already working in the aerospace field, as an aviation major in the iLynn program, you will add value and new skill sets to your current job and enhance your career potential. If you’re new to the industry, your online aviation degree will qualify you for jobs on both the business and piloting side of aeronautics. Here are some aviation management jobs and careers:

  • Airport manager
  • Air traffic controller
  • Private or commercial pilot
  • HR or information specialist

Want to soar even higher? Lynn offers an MBA in Aviation Management, where you can secure an successful aviation career as:

  • Airport manager
  • Ground crew 
  • Aviation instructor
  • Aviation marketer
  • Commercial transporter
  • Aviation manager    
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