The Aviation Sciences Program consists of one degree with the following concentrations:
Professional Pilot Concentration
Professional Pilot: Academic and flight training in all areas of flight operations including safety, human factors, aerodynamics, aircraft systems, and aviation law, as well as completion of Commercial Pilot (Airplane Single-Engine Land, Instrument-Airplane) and Flight Instructor (Airplane Single Engine) designed to prepare the student for a career as a professional pilot in airlines, corporations, the military, or government.
Aviation Management Concentration
Aviation Management: A joint program between the Aviation Science and Business, Management, and Accounting Departments including a mix of aviation and business, economics, finance, accounting, and marketing courses designed to prepare students for managerial positions with airports, airlines, flight operations, and the FAA.
Aviation Electronics: A joint program between the Aviation Science and Technology departments including a mix of aviation and electronics courses designed to prepare students for hardware design in the aviation industry.
Aviation Software : A joint program with the Mathematics and Computer Science department which includes a mix of aviation and computer science courses designed to prepare the student to develop software for the aviation industry, ranging from applications such as flight planning or crew scheduling systems to object-oriented programming such as flight control or on-board navigation systems.