Aerospace Management

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Curriculum Total Credits: 61 (2017-2018 Academic Year)

Tuition reciprocity

The Aerospace Management Program is designed to prepare students for mid-management in various areas of the aerospace industry including airport management, air carrier operations, commuter airlines, corporate aviation, aviation-related government agencies, and fixed-based operations.

Aerospace Management combines a theoretical background in business and aviation to diversify career options. The course of study has a heavy emphasis in management, marketing, accounting, and economics, which aids the graduate in entering the aerospace industry and other business fields.

The successful graduate of the Aerospace Management Program is awarded the Associate in Applied Science Degree and is prepared to function at the mid-management level in various aerospace industries or agencies.

First Year

First Semester - 16 Credits

ACCT 110Financial Accounting 3.00
AVIP 110Flight Theory 4.00
AVIP 123Aeronautical Knowledge 3.00
BUSM 255Macroeconomics 3.00
WRIT 101English Composition 3.00

Second Semester - 15 Credits

ACCT 111Managerial Accounting 3.00
BUSM 112Principles of Management 3.00
CIST 100Introduction to Information Tech 3.00
LITR 210Concepts of Literature 3.00
 Aviation Elective*Recommended for one of the aviation electives is either AVIP103 (Recreational Pilot) or AVIP106 (Private Pilot). 

Second Year

Third Semester - 15 Credits

AVIP 101History of Aviation 3.00
AVIP 200Aerospace Operations Management 3.00
BUSM 108Entrepreneurship 3.00
BUSM 245Principles of Marketing 3.00
 Math or Science Elective 3 credits 

Fourth Semester - 15 Credits

AVIP 201Business Aviation Law 3.00
BUSC 210Organizational Behavior 3.00
 Aviation Elective* 3 credits 
 Humanities Elective 3 credits 
 Social Sciences Elective 3 credits