Bachelor's of Science Aviation Technology Management

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The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology Management at our Tulsa aviation college is designed for students who wish to be more competitive in their chosen aeronautical professions. At Spartan, we understand the need for our graduates to complete their aviation bachelor’s degree in a convenient and quick format. Continuing your aviation studies after completion of one of our associate degree programs can open the door to more opportunities in the area of supervisory and management positions within the field of aviation and beyond.

Our BS in Aviation Management degree program in Tulsa, Oklahoma, combines general academic preparation with the development of business management skills and specialized knowledge of the aspects of the aviation industry. This blend of training, experience and education allows you to increase your marketability and advance your aviation career.

The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology Management is to prepare the graduate for an entry level supervisory or management position within the aerospace industry. Students earn a professional technical certification through their choice of a career program from among the following: Aviation Electronics Technology, Aviation Maintenance Technology, Quality Control, or Aviation (Flight) specialties. Students who have earned diplomas and degrees at Spartan College or other institutions will be able to combine their aviation-technical training with education in the management area to prepare them to meet the challenges in the field of management. The program combines general academic preparation with the development of business management skills and specialized knowledge of the aspects of the aviation industry, through both management and technical courses. Graduates of the Bachelor's in Aviation program will have the necessary skills in communication, quantitative reasoning and critical thinking; the understanding of general business practices; and the knowledge of the aviation industry to meet the requirements for entry into career positions in industry. Graduates of the aviation technology management degree program are prepared for work in the general aviation industry, airline industry, airports, electronics or manufacturing.

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LOWER DIVISION GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CREDITS 60*

Diploma Program
Credit Hours
ENG 1123 * English Composition I 3
HIS 1163 * American History: 1865 to Present | 3
PHY 2134 * College Physics | 4
PSC 1193 * American Federal Government | 3
SPH 2113 * Fundamentals of Public Speaking | 3
(76 AAS)

UPPER DIVISION GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

ACC 3123 College Accounting | 3
BSL 3183 Business Law 3
ECN 3143 Introduction to Economics 3
ENG 3133 Business Communication 3
HIS 3173 Aviation History 3
MAT 2123 College Algebra 3
MAT 3153 Elementary Statistics for Business 3
MGT 3193 Fundamentals of Management 3
MGT 4103 Human Resource Management 3
MGT 4113 Management Information Systems 3
MGT 4133 International Business Practices 3
MGT 4143 Financial Management 3
MGT 4163 Aviation Business Strategies 3
MGT 4171 Research in Aviation Management 1
MKT 4123 Introduction to Marketing 3
PLO 4123 Business Ethics 3
PSY 3113 Introductory Psychology 3
SOC 3103 Modern Sociology 3
Total Credit Hours 128*
Total Months 16**
*A minimum of 60 credit hours transferred from AAS Programs and a minimum of 128 credit hours required for graduation.

Course Descriptions

BSL 3183 - Business Law | 3 Semester Credits
Students explore the law as applied to a person, a citizen, and to a business person. Students develop critical thinking skills enabling
them to make intelligent decisions. This course aids in understanding the interrelationship of law and life and how the law may be
applied to solve basic questions in business.
(48 Didactic Hours)

ECN 3143 - Introduction to Economics | 3 Semester Credits
Students are taught an integrated approach to macroeconomics and microeconomics designed to give a comprehensive view of
economics and its place in today’s world. Fundamental economic concepts such as cost and benefit, supply and demand, trade, and
economic systems are discussed.
(48 Didactic Hours)


ENG 1123 - English Composition I | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a practical expository writing experience in standard usage and essential writing skills. Emphasis is given to the
development of the basic sentence, paragraph and essay.
(48 Didactic Hours)

ENG 3133 - Business Communications | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a survey of day-to-day written communication in business. It provides students with intensive practice in letter, memo, and
resume writing. Business Communications is primarily for the student interested in acquiring knowledge necessary for employment in
the business field.
Prerequisite: ENG 1123
(48 Didactic Hours)

HIS 1163 - American History: 1865 to Present | 3 Semester Credits
Students trace the economic, political, social, and intellectual development that shaped modern America. They investigate in detail the
impact of industrialization in shaping the emerging nation.
(48 Didactic Hours)

HIS 3173 - Aviation History | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a comprehensive study of aviation history from its early development to the present. Focus will be on significant events,
personalities, and aircraft that have influenced the development of both civilian and military aviation.
(48 Didactic Hours)

MAT 2123 - College Algebra | 3 Semester Credits
Topics include linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and rational functions and equations; linear, quadratic, and rational
inequalities; imaginary and complex numbers; systems and matrices, sequences and series; conic sections and graphing methods; and
simple logic problems.
Prerequisite: MAT 1773 or Equivalent
(48 Didactic Hours)

MAT 3153 - Elementary Statistics for Business | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introduction to descriptive methods, probability, sampling, estimation and testing, regression and correlation, and
analysis of variance. It is designed to develop an understanding of the types of skills needed to succeed in business. Prerequisite:
MAT 1773 or Equivalent
(48 Didactic Hours)

MGT 3193 - Fundamentals of Management | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an Introduction to management principles and techniques with a view toward developing essential skills in the field. Both
the history of management and contemporary issues will be discussed. It prepares student for further studies in management.
(48 Didactic Hours)

MGT 4103 - Human Resource Management | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introduction to the field of human resources; recruitment, training, utilization, and evaluation of these resources within
the company and throughout the economy. Topics include staffing, human resource development, compensation, legal considerations,
and labor relations.
Prerequisite: MGT 3193
(48 Didactic Hours)

 

MGT 4113 - Management Information Systems | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an overview of current principles and practices in the management of business information systems. The value of
information, databases, building and managing information systems, the impact of information systems, and computer ethics are
discussed. Methods of application in business are examined.
Prerequisite: MGT 3193
(48 Didactic Hours)

MGT 4133 - International Business Practices | 3 Semester Credits
An in-depth study of managerial practices needed for business in today’s global marketplace. Subject areas include managerial theory
and several special topics including a global perspective on management in the world economy. Case studies illustrating managerial
problems and solutions are widely used.
Prerequisite: MGT 3193
(48 Didactic Hours)

MGT 4143 - Financial Management | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an introductory course in financial administration of the firm. Topics include short-term and long-term sources of funds,
allocation of funds, capital policy, capital budgeting, and cost of capital.
Prerequisite: ACC 3123
(48 Didactic Hours)

MGT 4163 - Aviation Business Strategies | 3 Semester Credits
This course is an in-depth study of strategic business planning and development. It is designed as a culmination of previous courses in
the management program. Students use the business strategy process to develop and run a business simulation for a small corporation
in the aviation industry. Subject areas include principles of aviation maintenance, flight and flight line operations, fleet planning, air
cargo, safety and liability.
Prerequisite: MGT 3193 and MGT 4143.
(48 Didactic Hours)

MGT 4171 - Research in Aviation Management | 1 Semester Credit
Students select a research topic related to aviation management practices and prepare a research paper to be presented in class.
Emphasis is on current, relevant problems in planning, implementing, or managing various operations in the aviation and aerospace
industry. The instructor must approve the topic.
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor
(48 Lab Hours)

MKT 4123 - Introduction to Marketing | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a managerial approach to the methods and practices of marketing. Subjects will include consumer behavior, product
strategy, social responsibility in marketing, and managing return on marketing. The student will explore new marketing technologies in
the digital age and marketing in a global economy.
(48 Didactic Hours)

PHY 2134 - College Physics | 4 Semester Credits
An algebra-based introductory course covering the principles of mechanics, fluids, waves, sound and heat. Practical examples of the
role of physics in other disciplines are provided. Laboratory work is included.
Prerequisite: PHY 1784 or Equivalent
(48 Didactic Hours - 32 Lab Hours)

 

PLO 4123 - Business Ethics | 3 Semester Credits
This course is a systematic investigation of both general ethical theory and specific business practices. Case studies are examined from
a philosophical point of view to evaluate certain business practices. Course emphasizes the relationship between managerial decisions
and ethics.
Prerequisite: MGT 3193
(48 Didactic Hours)


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