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Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Aeronautics

Turn your dreams into a career

Take your future to new heights. Whether you want to break into an aeronautical career, break away from the competition or advance your current position and earning potential, the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics opens the door to new opportunities in the dynamic aviation/aerospace industry.

Aeronautics curriculum is closely mapped to the needs and demands of the aviation/aerospace industry and to general education guidelines. You’ll be exposed to a multidisciplinary program with courses of study in human factors, security, aviation safety, occupational safety and health, air traffic control, aircraft maintenance, and aeronautical science. Within that broad base, electives and minors allow you to tailor your degree to your particular interests and career goals. Students may also earn credit through military and professional training and experience.

4+1 degree option available: BSA with Master of Aeronautical Science

Jennifer Elmore | Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics
Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics
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Bachelor of Science in Aviation

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Industry Stats


$55,000
is the average salary of an Air Transportation Specialist.
$2,300
average in bonuses.
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