University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh offers a bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management. This program prepares students to move into advanced positions and become industry leaders. With a focus on developing advanced skills in leadership and administration, the Aviation Management degree builds upon professional and educational aviation experience. Coursework includes aviation law, airline production management, and analysis methods for aviation and aerospace systems.
A total of 120 division credits are required to complete the degree.
Applicants with an Applied Associate Degree or Technical Diploma: Must have a regionally accredited associate degree in pilot training or avionics, or have a technical diploma in airframe and powerplant with a GPA of at least 2.0. The degree must have been earned after 1990.
Experienced Aviation Professionals without an Applied Associate Degree: May apply for pre-admission to the Aviation Management program with documentation of the following credentials: Three years of full time experience as a professional commercial pilot, avionics technician, or A&P technician, along with documentation of credentials (A&P license, for example). Resume. Two recommendation letters.
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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