Online Aviation MBA
Pursuing an online aviation MBA is an incredible way to open up new opportunities in airport administration and the business of managing the world’s airways. With this specialization, you can gain a base of knowledge that applies to the issues and challenges that face the world of flight.
The coursework is crafted to confer the expertise that leaders in aviation need to stay competitive in the field. As a student of the program, you’ll perform in-depth examinations of the challenges and financial processes that are unique to the air travel industry. The curriculum will guide you through a diverse set of skills and techniques, helping you establish expertise in both the daily operations of airport management and high-level strategy. You’ll also participate in detailed discussions about security, air safety, and advances in traffic control technology.
The coursework is also built to help you prepare for the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Certified Member examination. The AAAE designation is considered one of the most prestigious distinctions in the field of aviation, making this program an incredible launching point for further professional development.
This specialization will prepare you to pursue middle- and upper-level management positions with:
- Fixed-base operators
- Government agencies
- Consulting firms
The following courses are required to complete an online aviation MBA (in addition to the core curriculum):
- MBA 671 – Aviation Organization Operations
- MBA 675 – Airport Operations
- MBA 678 – Special Topics in Aviation Management
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