Employment of airfield operations specialists is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2030. Equip yourself with a valuable skill set to meet this demand, while developing basic business skills you can use in any career or industry.
Here’s what you’ll study in the bachelor’s degree in aviation operations:
- Management, leadership, business analytics and operations management
- Aircraft operations, air traffic basics and aviation technologies, regulations and laws
- Aviation history, emergency cabin training, weather and operations
- Primary flight theory and aviation safety
Here’s how we’ll support you
As a student, you will be assigned a student success manager who will serve as your primary point of contact throughout the program—from course registration to tracking your progress. Learn more about the support you’ll receive from your student success manager.