Aviation management careers are among the most challenging, interesting and exciting non-flight careers available in the aeronautics industry. Take the opportunity to do what you love and make a direct impact on aviation planning, safety, service and efficiency.
Whether you’re new to the industry or already in an aviation career and looking to advance to another position, Florida Tech’s Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management degree can help open the door to a variety of job possibilities such as airport manager, freight and cargo manager, director of air service development, TSA manager and others.
Florida Tech’s College of Aeronautics is celebrated as one of the top university-based aviation programs in the nation, having prepared successful aviation professionals since 1968.
Not only is Florida Tech ranked a Tier 1 Best National University by U.S. News & World Report, it also has the privilege of being one of only six universities designated a core partner in the Federal Aviation Administration’s Center of Excellence Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS).
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Active-duty, Selected Reserves and National Guard servicemembers and their spouses can take undergraduate courses for only $250 per credit hour. When combined with other military tuition assistance programs, your out-of-pocket undergraduate tuition could be $0! Talk to an enrollment adviser for more information.
Veterans and their spouses as well as dependents of deceased or disabled veterans are eligible for a 10% savings on undergraduate tuition rates.
Prospective students are encouraged to conduct independent research as employment opportunities and salary potential may vary depending on location, experience and education.