Students graduating from the program with a degree in Aviation Management will have specialized knowledge of the aviation industry and a strong foundation in corporate operations, allowing graduates to continue their flight training or to pursue a variety of administrative and management positions within the aerospace industry.
With this degree, you can qualify for administrative and management positions with organizations such as airlines, airports, aircraft maintenance providers, manufacturers and aviation-related businesses. This major also comes with the option to earn a commercial pilot's license.
History of Aviation, Career Development, Aircraft Design and Operation, Airports and Airspace, Human Factors, Aviation Weather, Aviation Safety, Legal and Regulatory Issues.
- Adult friendly, meant to allow students to maintain a work and/or family life while pursuing an advanced education
- Classes are offered in an eight week format
- Flexible scheduling allows students to work at their own pace by taking one to two courses at a time
- We provide Prior Learning Assessments to all students and recognize Military benefits
Our degree program is thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of busy working professionals. Whether you’re currently employed, changing careers or thinking about re-entering the workforce, our program makes it possible to earn your college degree conveniently and in an accelerated format.
St. Gregory’s University is staffed with dedicated people who are committed to providing a quality, affordable education and helping you turn your dreams into reality.
FOR MORE INFORMATION about our Bachelor’s of Science degree with a Major in Aviation, email us at email@example.com or call 1-844-BEEXTRA.
For more detailed information about the Aviation program, you may contact Dr. David Brockway at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (405) 878-5600.
Dr. David Brockway, Program Chair for Aviation, has been involved in higher education and in aviation much of his career. As a pilot, Dr. Brockway has experience working as a flight instructor and as a co-pilot for a regional airline. In addition, he has worked for an airport, for an airline reservation system and as the director of a comprehensive collegiate aviation campus. Dr. Brockway also served 8 years in the Air Force, including Tinker AFB. He received his PhD from Oklahoma State University.