Associate of Applied Science in Aviation Administration
Aviation administrators require knowledge of aircraft operating limitations and performance, weather and atmospheric processes, federal regulations, and airport operations. The Associate of Applied Science in Aviation Administration provides an introduction to administrative duties and requirements as well as the skills necessary to provide administrative support.
The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Aviation Administration prepares students for entry-level positions within the aviation industry. The foundation in this program allows students to obtain positions at airports and airlines.
Complete the Admission Requirements for Associate Degrees.
- Complete the General University Requirements for Associate of Applied Science Degrees.
- Complete the General Education Requirements for Associate of Applied Science Degrees.
- Complete the following major requirements:
|ACCT A201||Principles of Financial Accounting||3|
|ATA A102||Introduction to Aviation Technology||3|
|ATA A133||Aviation Law and Regulations||3|
|ATA A134||Principles of Aviation Administration||3|
|ATA A233||Aviation Safety||3|
|ATA A331||Human Factors in Aviation||3|
|ATA A335||Airport Operations||3|
|ATA A337||Airline Operations||3|
|ATP A100||Private Pilot Ground School||3|
|BA A151||Business Foundations||3|
|BA A231||Fundamentals of Supervision||3|
|PHYS A123||College Physics I||3|
|PHYS A123L||College Physics I Laboratory||1|
A minimum of 60 credits is required for the degree.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate technical knowledge of aircraft operating limitations and performance
- Demonstrate knowledge of aviation law and regulations, and of the legal issues affecting the aviation industry
- Demonstrate knowledge of the issues affecting aviation safety and safety management
- Demonstrate knowledge of basic business management skills and supervisory techniques.