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Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
Aviation Business Administration

The edge you need in the world of aviation

ACBSP-logoIn the high-powered aviation industry, the key staff, operational, and executive positions are awarded to professionals who display a thorough knowledge of aviation as well as an exceptional aptitude for business. If you have a passion for this exciting field and want to develop the business skills you need to reach the top, the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — Worldwide can help you achieve your goals.

As a student of this degree program, you will gain a solid foundation of core business knowledge while developing the sharp business acumen demanded at the highest levels of any organization. The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration explores all facets of business administration and management.

Chase Sklen
"It’s a very rich learning environment, to have not only the textbook learning and notes and online resources, but also that real life element."
Project Manager
Universal Weather and Aviation
Builds model airplanes

Industry Stats


$65,000
is the median salary of a Program Manager in the Aviation/Aerospace industry.
$2,400
average in bonuses.
Information provided by payscale.com
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