Aviation Management Schools and Colleges in the U.S.

Aviation management degree programs prepare students for a variety of careers associated with commercial and military aircraft. Students interested in studying aviation management can do so at community colleges and universities, graduating with certificates, undergraduate and graduate degrees.

How to Select an Aviation Management School

The field of aviation management can relate to a number of disciplines under the umbrella of aviation, including airport management, avionics and airway operations.

Consider the following when looking for aviation management schools:

  • Attending a school that takes a broad approach to the study of aviation management can improve job prospects by giving students a wide range of knowledge within the industry.
  • Some aviation management programs include an option for students to learn how to pilot planes and earn an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate.
  • The balance between business and aviation courses may determine a graduate's career options and can help students decide which school to attend.

10 Schools with Aviation Management Programs

College/University Institution Type
Miami Dade College 4-year, Public
Purdue University 4-year, Public
Broward College 2-year, Public
Long Beach City College 2-year, Public
Palomar College 4-year, Public
St Petersburg College 4-year, Public
Florida Community College at Jacksonville 4-year, Public
Palm Beach Community College 2-year, Public
San Jacinto Community College 2-year, Public
Western Michigan University 4-year, Public

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