The Bachelor of Science degree program at NAU's online Aviation Management school will prepare you for take-off in the exciting world of aviation. You will learn key concepts including managing aircraft operations, aviation technology, airport management and planning, and even aviation marketing. With NAU’s caring and supportive faculty, robust curriculum, and engaging learning environment, the sky is the limit! Learn more about NAU’s Aviation Management program and take your career to new heights.
This program is offered online, with support services provided by the NAU locations listed below. Classes are offered as follows:
Online Classes Only – Students may not take any on-ground classes at the following locations:
Indianapolis, Indiana; Garden City, Overland Park, Wichita, and Wichita West, Kansas; Independence, Lee's Summit, and Zona Rosa, Missouri; Bellevue, Nebraska; Albuquerque and Albuquerque West, New Mexico; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Allen, Texas.
On-Ground Classes Permissible – In addition to online classes, students may take on-ground classes at the following locations:
Centennial, Colorado Springs, and Colorado Springs South, Colorado; Ellsworth AFB, Rapid City, Sioux Falls, and Watertown, South Dakota; Austin, Austin South, Georgetown, Houston, Lewisville, Mesquite, and Richardson, Texas.
Prior to enrollment, verification that the individual has completed a professional pilot training program, or that the individual can demonstrate completion of prior education/training in an approved, aviation sub-specialty must occur and is a program enrollment requirement. Examples of aviation sub-specialties may include FAA Certifications in Power Plant and Airframe, Avionics; and military training in aviation.
Prospective students interested in pursuing professional pilot training in conjunction with this degree program have the opportunity to do so at NAU by enrolling in the Bachelor of Science Aviation program offered at the Sioux Falls, SD, campus, which includes flight and ground school training provided by NAU Cool Air, LLC and MzeroA.
To learn more about program goals, learning outcomes, and course descriptions, view the . For more information call (800) 209-0182 or visit the Online – Undergraduate campus page.
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- Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers
- Airfield Operations Specialists
- First-Line Supervisors of All Other Tactical Operations Specialists
- Air Carrier Operations
- Aviation Marketing Management
- Crew Resource Management
- Aviation Safety Programs
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Self-Directed Learner Statement
Students enrolled in online courses at NAU's online aviation management school will be expected to complete a significant portion of their course work independent of direct faculty supervision. Due to the nature of online learning, the instructor’s role will be that of a facilitator and guide. In that role, the instructor will provide the student with guidelines and learning activities, and will offer feedback and evaluation as the student proceeds with the course. Success depends upon the individual student’s self-motivation and ability to undertake independent study. Experience has shown that some students fail to realize the degree of effort and time that is required to successfully complete the course(s). Based upon the foregoing, NAU requires that students acknowledge their role as self-directed learners during the enrollment process.