MELBOURNE, FLA. — Registration is now open for Florida Institute of Technology’s new Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management, a fully online program designed to provide an overall perspective on aviation safety, law, planning and operations.
The program, which begins Oct. 27, also includes a hands-on simulation course that tasks students with creating an airline business plan and running a simulated aviation business.
“The College of Aeronautics is excited to offer its bachelor’s degree in aviation management online, providing access to the best aviation minds regardless of where students live,” said Korhan Oyman, dean of the College of Aeronautics. “This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in non-flight aviation careers to benefit from our exceptional faculty and curriculum.”
This aviation management degree opens the door to many career possibilities, including airline manager, director of aviation, general manager of airport operations, general aviation manager, TSA manager, airport manager, freight and cargo manager and airport security manager.
This online degree program, unique in the aviation industry, is the latest innovation from a university that for decades has been training aviation professionals with outstanding instructors and cutting-edge technology – the embodiment of the school’s “High Tech with a Human Touch” credo.
Such excellence is noticed. Florida Tech is one of just six universities designated a core partner in the Federal Aviation Administration’s Center of Excellence Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability, or PEGASAS. The 10-year partnership will focus on research projects focused on enhancing the future of general aviation through safety, accessibility and sustainability.
To learn more, visit Florida Tech Aviation Management or call 855-300-1469.