The Aviation Science and Administration program will increase your awareness of options and opportunities in the airline industry while helping you prepare for a variety of positions and careers, including:
Apart from the general education that you will gain, the program concentrates on aviation related management subjects as well as business related groundwork including economics, finance, accountancy, and business enterprise. There are also several electives available to allow you to concentrate on specific areas of management such as organizational behavior, entrepreneurship, airline strategy, or multinational management.
Aviation Science and Administration program graduates are regularly hired to work for major airlines, airports and support industries such as United Airlines, O'Hare Airport in Chicago, Detroit Metro Airport and B.F. Goodrich Aerospace. You too can be a vital part of this exciting industry with the WMU College of Aviation advantage!
The Aviation Science and Administration program is accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International under the Program Criteria for Aviation Management. This program is accredited through July 31, 2017. The next reaffirmation review cycle will begin in 2015.
Additional information on accreditation and program assessment may be found on the Program Accreditation page.