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School of Aviation

Dean: Adon Clark

The Middle Georgia State University School of Aviation awards a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science and Management with tracks in Flight and Management. Graduates are solidly prepared for hiring and advancement in the highly competitive aviation industry.

The school also offers Associate of Applied Science and/or certificate programs in Aviation Maintenance Technology (Airframe and Powerplant), Aircraft Structural Technology, Flight Technology, Airline Management, Airport Management, and Air Traffic Management.

The airplane fleet is equipped with some of the most modern and advanced avionics systems available. Helicopter instruction includes NVG and Part 133 Slingload operations. The Aviation Maintenance Technology department has been cited as one of the highest quality programs available in the United States. The Aviation Structural Technology program is a recognized leader in advanced composites, metalwork, and manufacturing technologies.

The School of Aviation faculty is composed of experienced, credentialed executives and leaders from the airline industry, corporate aviation, military, and government sectors. We maintain professional affiliations with major airlines, manufacturers, aircraft maintenance organizations, and service firms. Many of our graduates find employment with these and other organizations immediately following graduation. 

A minimum grade of “C” is required for all aviation-related courses (AMGT, ASTP, AMTP, AMKT, AERO, AVIA, ASPC, ASTC, AVNC, ATCM) that are required for graduation in an aviation certificate or degree program. 

Admission to the School of Aviation is competitive. Applicants should contact the appropriate department within the School of Aviation for information well in advance of their planned enrollment date.