|Major Code: 8232
||Degree Awarded: Master of Science in Aviation
|Delivery Mode(s): Online
||Age Restriction: No
|Admission Status: Graduate
||Location(s): Main Campus - Melbourne Online
|Admission Materials: Letter of recommendation, résumé, objectives
The Master of Science in Aviation - Aviation Management is designed for adult working professionals in public, private or military aviationrelated professions where advanced knowledge of aviation management is key to success in the program. Persons interested in a wide range of aviation management applications such as airport managers, airport operations officers, corporate investigative positions in government or private organizations would find this degree appropriate.
The degree is especially relevant for those who have earned bachelor’s degrees in aviation-related fields or those with non-aviation degrees who have gained aviation foundational knowledge through experience and now require more specialized aviation management knowledge. Individuals without current experience in aviation-related fields may be accepted into this programs; however, AVT 5000 Airspace Safety may be required as a prerequisite.
The program goal is to prepare individuals for advanced leadership positions in public, private or military aviation sectors with specific skills and competencies in aviation management.
Applicants must have earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution (or international equivalent). The degree should be in an aviation-related discipline. Applicants without an aviationrelated degree may apply provided they have acquired prerequisite aviation knowledge through relevant experience documented in a current resumé. Additionally, applicants without an aviation foundation may qualify for admission to the program by successfully completing a non-credit, prerequisite online course in the summer preceding fall semester entry into the program.
The Master of Science in Aviation - Aviation Management is a nonthesis program that requires the satisfactory completion of 30 semester credit hours including a capstone course as outlined in the following curriculum.