In the field of aviation, the responsibilities for keeping airplanes in the air depend on a highly interconnected system of management and control over inpiduals with specialized education in aviation and management. Aviation managers apply business, management, and aviation knowledge while working in management, leadership, and administrative positions. They work in federal and government organizations, airports, airlines, aircraft manufacturing, and educations for higher learning in the field of aeronautics.
Saint Louis University offers a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management for students who are interested in management and aeronautics. Students will be educated to manage airline or direct corporate flight offices, and how to make ethical decisions to contribute to their personal and professional goals in the aeronautic community.
The program is available on-campus or available entirely online. The online programs is intended for students interested in higher education but are either unable or unwilling to meet the rigors of a traditional class schedule. Online classrooms and curriculum have the advantage of allowing students to take classes from home, at any time, allowing students to complete their education without sacrificing their work schedule or personal life in order to do so.
Must be 22 years or older (exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis)
Must have least 3 years or the equivalent work experience
Hold a high school diploma or GED (composite score of at least 2250)
Cumulative 2.5 GPA or above
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI)
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