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BS Aviation Management

Availability: Online | Program Length: 120 Hours

The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management at Texas A&M University-Central Texas provides a comprehensive background in aviation studies

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management at Texas A&M University-Central Texas provides a comprehensive background in aviation studies, management and business to prepare students for airport and diverse general aviation-related roles. The comprehensive coursework includes instruction in airport safety, marketing & advertising, preparing for and managing disasters, public and crisis communications, and more. It also includes pilot background courses and instruction on why airports take some of the actions they take.

Our fully online program allows you to soar in your career from home or the nearby cafe-anywhere with Internet access. The program offers 36 hours of junior and senior-level coursework that is highly desirable for a broad range of employers. Aviation Management students build leadership and professional experience through real-world experience and exciting class projects.

Maintenance Concentration Available

The B.S. in Aviation Management is also offered with a concentration in maintenance. The Maintenance Concentration is designed for aircraft maintainers and builds leadership and maintenance management skills for greater opportunities in their career progression.


Career Opportunities

  • Airport Management
  • Airport Consulting
  • Aviation Insurance
  • Airline Operations

Chart the Affordable Course to Your Aviation Degree

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Our transfer guides recommend specific courses freshman and sophomore students can take to ensure applicability of transfer credit toward an A&M-Central Texas degree. Use the transfer guide to chart the fastest, most focused approach to bringing your credits to A&M-Central Texas and completing your degree. Need more guidance?

Talk to an admission counselor, even before you apply!

Our transfer guides recommend specific courses freshman and sophomore students can take to ensure applicability of transfer credit toward an A&M-Central Texas degree

Program Information

Program Contact

Mr. V. Carson Pearce
Associate Lecturer of Aviation Science
Department of Science and Mathematics
College of Arts and Sciences
Office: 302M Beck Family Heritage Hall
Phone: 254-519-5776
E-mail: carson.pearce@tamuct.edu