BS in Aviation Operations
Boca Raton, USA
USD 53,620 / per year
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Not sure where to take your aviation career? The aviation operations degree program can help you decide. Here, you’ll gain a detailed overview of aircraft operations, air traffic basics, and aviation technologies. You'll also explore field aviation history, emergency cabin training, weather, operations, international aviation laws/regulations, and more.
With an operations degree in aviation, you'll have a background in aeronautics, which can help you advance your career in a variety of aviation fields. You’ll learn about all the aviation-related career opportunities you can choose from. And, you’ll learn this from aviation professionals with advanced academic degrees and Flight Instructor ratings.
This major qualifies graduates for the rATP at 1000 hours. Flight training beyond the private pilot certificate must be done with Lynn University to qualify.
Aviation operations information
Learning the operations side of the aviation industry can help you determine in what field you may want to specialize in. This operations degree takes a deep dive into both the business and aeronautics industries. Along with your core curriculum, you'll take a variety of courses in both business and aviation operations, including:
- Primary flight theory, aviation safety, weather, and history
- Management and leadership, business analytics, and operations management
- Air traffic basics, aviation technologies, aircraft operations, and aviation regulations and laws
Use your electives to pursue flight training and attain your license and ratings to become a professional pilot.
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