Aircraft Maintenance Technician - Airframe and Powerplant (AAS)
students trained through the maintenance management program will complete the courses required for the FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) licenses. They will also have coursework in aviation law, human factors in safety, and airline management. Management and communications courses are incorporated into the program to provide essential business skills. An aircraft maintenance technician - airframe and powerplant A.A.S. degree can also be obtained.
Aviation Technology - Maintenance Management (BS)
For students interested in entering the aviation industry on the ground, maintenance professionals are a vital part to the field. This degree will prepare students for entry-level positions with Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) licenses. Coursework includes maintenance and communications/business classes to provide students an advanced and well-rounded start in the industry. Check out the sample four year degree plan to get a better idea of what classes you will take during your college career.
Aviation Technology - Professional Pilot (BS) Fixed Wing
This degree is perfect for those looking to work in the aviation industry behind the controls of a fixed-wing aircraft or airframe. The degree is designed to be completed in four years. Each emphasis involves different required courses. Check out our suggested four year degree plan for fixed wing to get a picture of what classes you will take during your college career.
Aviation Technology - Professional Pilot (BS) Helicopter
Students looking for a challenge and want to work in a versatile part of the aviation industry might want to consider training to become a rotary aircraft or helicopter pilot. The Rotary/Helicopter degree is designed to be completed in four years. After graduating, there are are numerous job opportunities for helicopter pilots.
Aviation Management (B.S.)
The new unmanned aerial systems (UAS) emphasis will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare them to enter the aviation industry as an unmanned aerial systems operator where a wide range of careers are waiting for qualified professionals. The Airport Operations emphasis will prepare students with the necessary knowledge for a career in the industry as airport or airfield managers, and other leadership positions. Students will learn about aviation business and administration, air traffic control, human resource management, aircraft dispatch, airport safety, and risk management.