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Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science degree has developed into the world's preeminent aeronautical degree program.

Most of former graduates are Engineers, Technicians and pilots, heads of flight standards, corporate Executives in the Aviation and Aerospace Industry.

B.S. Degree Requirements

Program Focuses on the Skills and Knowledge Required by Today’s Industry

The Aeronautical Science degree program blends with practical training with rigorous academic study to provide a strong foundation for a career as a Aeronautical Engineer, Aerospace Engineer, etc in the Aviation, Aerospace, Airlines, Corporate aviation etc. This approach to aviation and aerospace education gives the students added value over training programs by focusing on the skills and knowledge required by today’s industry. Foundation skills in mathematics, physics, communications and aeronautics, including FAA certification, are typically attained during the first two years of the program.

The last two years include extensive professional-level aeronautical science and aerospace engineering courses that prepare the graduate for a career as a professional engineer, scientist, etc. Critical thinking and problem-solving skills are developed via computer simulations of aircraft performance, navigation, and aircraft systems operation. Effective resource management, human factors, and safety awareness are constantly emphasized throughout the curriculum.

The Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Science may be attained in eight semesters. To earn the degree, successful completion of a minimum of 120 credit hours is required.

The purpose of the Aeronautical Science degree program is to prepare the graduate for a productive career as a professional Engineer or Scientist and responsible citizenship in support of the aviation and aerospace industries. Students pursuing the Aeronautical Science degree select one of three specializations after matriculation.

All students must complete the general education courses, Aeronautical Science core courses, and the courses required to complete one (1) specialization in order to complete the requirements for the Aeronautical Science degree.

Bachelor Program
  •  Aeronautical Science
  •  Aeronautics
  •  Aerospace Electronics
  •  Aerospace Engineering
  •  B.S in Aerospace Engineering/Master of Aerospace Engineering 
        ( Accelerated five-year program )
  •  Aerospace Studies
  •  Air Traffic Management
  •  Applied Meteorology
  •  Aviation Business Administration
  •  Aviation Environmental Science
  •  Aviation Maintenance Management
  •  Aviation Maintenance Science
  •  Aviation Management
  •  Business Administration
  •  Civil Engineering
  •  Communication
  •  Computer Engineering
  •  B.S. in Computer Engineering/Master of Software Engineering ( five-year program )
  •  Computer Science
  •  Electrical Engineering
  •  Engineering Physics
  •  Global Security and Intelligence Studies
  •  Homeland Security
  •  Human Factors Psychology B.S. in Human Factors Psychology/M.S. in Human Factors and    Systems ( Five-year program )
  •  Mechanical Engineering
  •  Professional Aeronautics
  •  Safety Science
  •  Software Engineering
  •  Space Physics
  •  Technical Management
  •  Technical Management - Logistics
  •  Technical Management Occupational Safety & Health
  •  Technical Management Professional Valuations
  •  Associate's Degrees
  •  Aircraft Maintenance
  •  Professional Aeronautics
  •  Technical Management
Graduate Degree

The Master of Science in Aeronautics is a broad-based, flexible degree that provides the aviation professional with a rigorous individualized curriculum based on the "man-machine-system-solution" concept. This background endows the graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to advance in the aviation/aerospace industry. The degree allows in-career flight crew members, air traffic control personnel, flight operations specialists, industry technical representatives, aviation educators, and other aviation/aerospace professionals to enhance their knowledge and careers.

Bachelor Program

Master of Science in Aeronautics
  •  Aerospace Engineering MSAE/MAE
  •  Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering ( thesis required )
  •  Master of Aerospace Engineering ( a non-thesis program )
  •  MBA Business Administration
  •  MBA -Aviation Management
  •  M.S. in Human Factors and Systems
  •  Two Tracks : Human Factors or Systems
  •  Safety Science
  •  Software Engineering
  •  Space Science
  •  Master of Aeronautical Science
  •  Eight areas of Specialization : ( varies by location )
  •  Aeronautics
  •  Aviation/Aerospace Operations
  •  Aviation/Aerospace Management
  •  Aviation/Aerospace Education Technology
  •  Human Factors in Aviation Systems
  •  Space Studies
  •  Aviation/Aerospace Safety Systems
  •  Space Operations Management
  •  Master of Science in Management
  •  Specializations: Air Transportation Management
  •  Aviation/Aerospace Industrial Management
  •  Aviation and Aerospace Security
  •  Aviation Enterprises in the Global Environment
  •  Management of Integrated Logistics
  •  General Management Option
  •  Master of Science in Technical Management
  •  Master of Science in Occupational Safety Management

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