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  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
University Catalog 2017-2018

Aviation Managment, Aviation Maintenance Management Concentration (BS)


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Requirements for a Major in Aviation Management


A major in Aviation Management consists of 45 semester hours of aviation and specified flight training requirements. The curriculum concentrates on business practices designed to prepare students for managerial positions throughout the aviation industry. The aviation management curriculum requires a minor in Business Administration. Courses applied toward the major and minor must be completed with the grade of "C" or higher.

Aviation Management Curriculum (BS)


Freshman Year


English (GER)

Humanities (GER)

Mathematics (GER)

Natural Sciences (GER)

Social/Behavioral Sciences (GER)

Major Courses

Total: 27 SCH

Sophomore Year


Fine Arts (GER)

Humanities (GER)

  • HIST 201: History of The US: 1492-1877 3 Semester Credit Hours or
  • HIST 202: History of The US: 1877-Present 3 Semester Credit Hours
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  • Select one Humanities (GER) course from the following disciplines: Literature, Foreign Languages, History, Classical Studies, Communications, Philosophy, Religious Studies, or Interdisciplinary. NOTE: some of these subject matter disciplines may not be offered at Louisiana Tech University.  3 Semester Credit Hours
Mathematics (GER)

Natural Sciences (GER)

Major Courses

Total: 30 SCH

Junior Year


Major Courses

Electives

  • Elective  2 Semester Credit Hours
Total: 33 SCH

Senior Year


Major Courses

Elective

  • Elective  3 Semester Credit Hours
Total: 30 SCH

Total Semester Hours 120


Requirements for the Aviation Maintenance Management Concentration in Aviation Management


The Aviation Maintenance Management concentration is specifically designed to prepare graduates to succeed as aviation maintenance managers. A student in this concentration would be required to transfer in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Power Plant (A&P) certificate (worth 25 semester credit hours of appropriate transfer coursework, as determined by the Chair, Department of Professional Aviation) and an Associate's degree from an accredited and approved post-secondary institution. NOTE: FAA A&P certificates earned by active duty, reserve, and national guard military members as part of their military training, as documented by FAA and their respective military transcripts (e.g. AARTS, CCAF, GEAP, JST etc.), will be accepted. The student qualifies for the Aviation Maintenance Management concentration as a result of successful completion of the business core curriculum contained within the Aviation Management baccalaureate program.

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