Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology Management
The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology Management degree prepares students to combine their prior technical training with education in communication, quantitative reasoning, and critical thinking as well as business management to prepare them to meet challenges in the aviation field. Required courses for this degree program include aviation business strategies, international business practices, and aviation history.
Financial aid is awarded one academic year at a time. An academic year is defined as three, ten-week terms of instruction for the bachelor’s program. Bachelor degree students must attempt 8 credit hours each term and 24 credit hours per academic year.
- Students that have earned college credit in an aviation-related technical field (Aviation Maintenance, Avionics, Flight, Electronics, NonDestructive Testing, etc.)
- Airframe and Powerplant Certification (FAA-147) OR
- Commercial Flight Instructor Certification (CFII)
Degree Program Technical Training/Coursework 60 Lower General Education Courses 16 Core Courses 52 Total Hours 128 Total Months 16
Bachelor’s Degree Courses – Technical Training
60 Credits may be earned at Spartan College or from another accredited post-secondary institution or supply proof of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) credentials. The credits must meet the transfer credit policy and program requirements.
Examples of appropriate FAA credentials may include Airframe and Powerplant Certification (FAA-147) or a Commercial Flight Instructor (CFII).
Aviation Management Online & Hybrid Lesson Options
The Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management is available at the Spartan Campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma as a hybrid program. Spartan College also offers an Aviation Technology Management online program. While the online program is not for everybody, you are afforded more flexibility with the Online Aviation Management Degree Program. Take classes at your convenience without uprooting your life. Be sure to check that your state is authorized to attain your Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Management Online.
Aviation Technology Management Scholarships and Financial Aid
Spartan College offers a variety of financial aid options to qualified students. The Spartan Student Finance Team will be able to answer any questions you may have regarding financial aid and will help by guiding you through the process. There are several funding options available to those who qualify.
Spartan College Aviation Scholarships are awarded to qualified students.
Bachelor’s Degree Courses – General Education
|ENG 1123 English Composition I||3||Required|
|HIS 1163 American History: 1865 to Present||3||Required|
|MAT 1794 Intermediate Algebra||4||Required|
|PHY 2134 College Physics||4||Required|
|PSC 1193 American Federal Government||3||Required|
|SPH 2113 Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3||Required|
Bachelor’s Degree Courses – Technical (Core)
|ACC 3123 College Accounting||3||Required|
|BSL 3183 Business Law||3||Required|
|ECN 3143 Introduction to Economics||3||Required|
|ENG 3133 Business Communication||3||Required|
|HIS 3173 Aviation History||3||Required|
|MAT 2123 College Algebra||3||Required|
|MAT 3153 Elementary Statistics for Business||3||Required|
|MGT 3193 Fundamentals of Management||3||Required|
|MGT 4103 Human Resource Management||3||Required|
|MGT 4113 Management Information Systems||3||Required|
|MGT 4133 International Business Practices||3||Required|
|MGT 4143 Financial Management||3||Required|
|MGT 4163 Aviation Business Strategies||3||Required|
|MGT 4171 Research in Aviation Management||1||Required|
|MKT 4123 Introduction to Marketing||3||Required|
|PLO 4123 Business Ethics||3||Required|
|PSY 3113 Introductory Psychology||3||Required|
|SOC 3103 Modern Sociology||3||Required|