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Aviation Science and Management (B.S.)

Students must complete at least 39 semester hours of upper division course work to earn a degree.

Curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science and Management

Core Curriculum (Credit: 42 hours)

See listing of requirements

Area F: Lower Division Major Requirements (Credit: 18 hours)

Major Field

 

AERO 2104Aviation Safety

3 credits

AERO 2105Aviation Regulations

3 credits

AERO 2107Aviation Law and Insurance

3 credits

Flight Students Take

AERO 2102Aviation Meteorology

3 credits

AERO 2106Private Pilot Ground School

3 credits

AERO 2108Human Factors / Crew Management

3 credits

Aviation Management Students Take

ECON 2105Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

OR

ECON 2106Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits

ACCT 2101Principles of Accounting I

3 credits

ACCT 2102Principles of Accounting II

3 credits

Aviation Science and Management Core Requirements (Credit: 12 hours)

AMGT 3203Airport Management

3 credits

AMGT 3204International Airline Business

3 credits

AMGT 4207Airline Technical Operations

3 credits

AMGT 4215Critical Topics in Aviation

3 credits

Choose Flight or Management Track

Flight Track

Must present a Class Two Medical Certificate.

Requirements (Credit: 27 hours)

AVIA 3106Private Pilot Flight

1 credit

OR

AVIA 3081Private Pilot Flight Helicopter

1 credit

 

AVIA 3107Instrument Pilot Ground School

3 credits

 

AVIA 3018Instrument Pilot Flight

1 credit

OR

AVIA 3083Instrument Pilot Flight Helicopter I

1 credit

 

AVIA 3019Commercial Pilot Single-Engine Ground School

3 credits

 

AVIA 3020Commercial Pilot Flight I

1 credit

OR

AVIA 3085Commercial Pilot Flight Helicopter

1 credit

 

AVIA 3023Flight Instructor I Ground School

3 credits

 

AVIA 3024Flight Instructor I Flight

1 credit

OR

AVIA 3087Flight Instructor I Flight Helicopter

1 credit

 

AVIA 3025Flight Instructor II Ground School

3 credits

 

AVIA 3026Flight Instructor II Flight

1 credit

OR

AVIA 3089Flight Instructor II Flight Helicopter

1 credit

 

AVIA 4001Advanced Aerodynamics

3 credits

AVIA 4002Advanced Navigation

3 credits

Airplane students also must take:
AVIA 3021Commercial Pilot Multi-Engine Ground School

3 credits

AVIA 3022Commercial Pilot Flight II

1 credit

Helicopter students also must take:
AVIA 3084Instrument Pilot Flight Helicopter II

1 credit

Aviation - Major Electives (9 Hours)

Needed for required 60 FAA courses for reduced minimum.

Choose from the following (Minimum of 9 hours required):

AERO 4110Aerospace Propulsion Systems

3 credits

ATCM 1300Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control

3 credits

AVIA 3030Airplane Specialty Flight: Tail-wheel Operations and Flight

1 credit

AVIA 3031Unusual Attitude and Upset Recovery

2 credits

AVIA 3032Basic Aeronautics

1 credit

AVIA 4004Advanced Aircraft Systems

3 credits

AVIA 4010Aviation and Aerospace Internships

3 credits

AVIA 4500Regional Jet Operation

3 credits

AVIA 4500LRegional Jet Simulator

1 credit

PHYS 1111KIntroductory Physics I

4 credits

Open Electives (12 Hours)

Note: Flight students may not take ATCM 1200: Introduction to Air Traffic Management or AERO 2103 Flight Principles for credit in the BSASM degree.

Note: Fees associated with specific MGA flight courses and FAA ratings can be found in the School of Aviation portion of the catalog.

Management Track

Requirements (Credit: 24 hours)

ECON 2105Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

OR

ECON 2106Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits

 

BUSA 3101Business Ethics

3 credits

OR

AMGT 3102Fundamentals of Aviation Business Ethics in the Aviation Profession

3 credits

 

FINA 3110Principles of Finance

3 credits

OR

AMGT 4210Aviation Financial Management

3 credits

 

MGMT 3141Principles of Management

3 credits

OR

AMGT 3141Fundamentals of Leadership and Decision Making

3 credits

 

MKTG 3161Principles of Marketing

3 credits

OR

AMKT 3209Airline Marketing

3 credits

 

AMGT 3205Airport Planning, Construction & Environmental Management

3 credits

AMGT 3209Airport Legislative Affairs, Marketing, Communications and Development

3 credits

AMGT 4206Airport Operations, Security & Maintenance

3 credits

Open Electives (24 hours)