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Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management

PURPOSE

Midwest University offers the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management degree so that students may utilize current management theory and comprehensive aviation knowledge base to manage different segments of aviation.

OBJECTIVES

Upon completing this degree, students will be able to:

  • Possess a working knowledge of the course material learned from technical and theoretical courses.
  • Demonstrate their use of techniques, skills and modern technology necessary for professional growth.
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive working knowledge and application of aviation business management principles, practices, and concepts.

TRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAM

COURSES

General Education A Courses

30 Credit Hours

Sequenced Courses
Communications  
EN 101 English Reading Skills 3
EN 201 English Composition I 3
EN 301 English Composition II 3
History  
HI 103 Origins of the Modern World: World History 3
HI 202 United States History 3
Non-sequenced Courses
GE 107 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics * 3
GE 108 Introduction to Sociology 3
GE 110 College Algebra * 3
GE 112 Principles of Economics * 3
GE 113 Introduction to Computers 3
GE 205 Introduction to Information and Communications 3
GE 206 Introduction to Psychology 3
GE 209 Political Science 3
GE 215 Principles of Leadership 3
GE 302 Globalization 3
GE 303 Introduction to Anthropology 3
* required

General Education B Courses

30 Credit Hours

NT 101 Introduction to the New Testament 3
NT 303 Pauline Epistles 3
NT 436 Archaeology 3
NT 437 Apocalyptic Literatures 3
OT 203 Pentateuch 3
OT 303 History of Israel 3
OT 410 Prophetic Books 3
OT 415 Wisdom Literature 3
OT 435 Hermeneutics 3
TH 401 Theology of Spiritual Life 3

Emphases Courses

21 Credit Hours

Aviation Management and Engineer
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AT 361 Aviation Maintenance Management 3
AT 362 General Aviation Maintenance 3
AT 363 Basic Aircraft Structure & Repair 3
AT 364 Airframe Systems & Components 3
AT 365 Aviation Electrical & Electronic systems 3
AT 366 Engine Technology 3
Aviation Management and Helicopter Flight
AH 421 Aerodynamics - Helicopter 3
AH 422 Helicopter Aircraft Systems 3
AM 311 Introduction to Aviation 3
AM 312 Introduction to Air Traffic Control 3
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AM 425 Aerospace Law 3
AM 428 Aviation Meteorology 3
Flight Attendant (Cabin Crew)
AA 342 Introduction to Aircraft Cabin Interior 3
AA 343 Flight Safety 3
AA 344 Cabin Service English 3
AA 345 Service Manner 3
AA 348 In-flight Announcements 3
AA 450 Introduction to In-flight Food and Beverage Service 3
AA 452 Airline Reservation and Ticketing I 3
Flight Dispatcher
AD 431 Weight and Balance 3
AD 432 Aeronautical Charts 3
AD 434 Airplane Performance 3
AD 435 Security and Carriage of Dangerous Goods 3
AD 436 International Flight Operations 3
AD 437 International Flight Planning 3
AD 438 Dispatch Resource Management 3
General Aviation Management and Flight
AM 311 Introduction to Aviation 3
AM 312 Introduction to Air Traffic Control 3
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AM 421 Aerodynamics - Airplanes 3
AM 423 Aircraft Systems 3
AM 425 Aerospace Law 3
AM 428 Aviation Meteorology 3

Elective Courses

27 Credit Hours

AA 347 Cabin Service Chinese Language 3
AA 449 Image Making 3
AA 451 Office Automation 3
AA 454 Aviation Practical English 3
AA 455 Airline Interview English 3
AA 456 Cabin Crew Interview 3
AD 431 Weight and Balance 3
AD 432 Aeronautical Charts 3
AD 433 Air Traffic Control Procedures and Aviation Communication 3
AD 434 Airplane Performance 3
AD 435 Security and Carriage of Dangerous Goods 3
AD 436 International Flight Operations 3
AD 437 International Flight Planning 3
AD 439 Occurrence and Emergency Procedures 3
AH 421 Aerodynamics - Helicopter 3
AH 422 Helicopter Aircraft Systems 3
AH 429 Rotor-Engine Systems and Procedures 3
AH 430 Helicopter Operations and Management 3
AM 311 Introduction to Aviation 3
AM 312 Introduction to Air Traffic Control 3
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AM 314 Basic Attitude Instrument Flying 3
AM 315 IFR Regulations and Procedures 3
AM 316 Human Factors 3
AM 421 Aerodynamics - Airplanes 3
AM 423 Aircraft Systems 3
AM 424 Multi-Engine Systems and Procedures 3
AM 425 Aerospace Law * 3
AM 426 General Airline Operations and Management 3
AM 427 Instrument Flight Instructor 3
AM 428 Aviation Meteorology * 3
AM 460 Aircraft Accident Investigation 3
AM 461 Crew Resource Management 3
AM 462 Air Navigation 3
AT 360 Airline Management 3
AT 367 Aviation Maintenance Training Career 3
BU 300 Business Ethics 3
BU 303 Microeconomics 3
BU 305 Macroeconomics 3
BU 306 Leadership and Entrepreneurship 3
BU 350 Operations and Supply Chain Management 3
BU 402 International Business 3
BU 404 Strategic Management 3
BU 410 Decision Analysis for Managers (Statistics and Math) 3
EL 301 Introduction to Aviation Maintenance Technology 3
EL 302 Aviation Maintenance Technician General 3
EL 303 Aircraft Structures 3
EL 304 Aircraft System 3
EL 305 Reciprocating Engine Theory & Maintenance 3
EL 306 Turbine Engine Theory & Maintenance 3
EL 307 Basic Electrical & Electronics 3
EL 308 Advanced Electrical & Electronics 3
PL 101 Private Pilot Ground Training I 3
PL 102 Private Pilot Ground Training II 3
PL 103 Private Pilot Solo Flight 3
PL 104 Private Pilot Certification 3
PL 201 Ground Training for Instrument Rating 3
PL 202 Instrument Flight Rating 3
PL 301 Ground Training for Commercial Pilot 3
PL 302 Commercial Pilot Course 3
PL 303 Ground Training for Multi-Engine Rating 2
PL 304 Multi-Engine Rating 2
PL 305 Ground Training for TurboShaft ENG Helicopter 2
PL 306 TurboShaft Engine Helicopter 2
PL 401 Ground Training for Certified Flight Instructor 4
PL 402 Certified Flight Instructor I 2
PL 403 Certified Flight Instructor II 2
* required

Field Practicum

12 Credit Hours

AP 320 Aviation Management Field Practicum I 3
AP 321 Aviation Management Field Practicum II 3
AP 322 Aviation Management Field Practicum III 3
AP 323 Aviation Management Field Practicum IV 3

Capstone Course

3 Credit Hours

CP 490 Capstone 3

Total

123 Credit Hours

ADULT DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM

COURSES

General Education A Courses

30 Credit Hours

English Language/Communication: 3 credit hours
  -Includes courses in English composition, writing, literature, speech, etc.

History: 3 credit hours
  -Includes courses in American history, Korean history, world history, art history, etc.

Humanities: 3 credit hours
  -Includes courses in art, music, theater, film, literature, philosophy, ethics, etc.

Science/Math: 3 credit hours
 -Includes courses in biology, physics, environmental science, math, computer science, statistics, accounting, etc.

Social Sciences: 3 credit hours
  -Includes courses in psychology, political science, economics, sociology, cultural anthropology, etc.

General Studies Electives: 21 credit hours
  -Includes courses in the areas listed above

AM 011 Aviation English I 3
AM 012 Aviation English II 3

Elective Courses

12 Credit Hours

General Education B Courses

18 Credit Hours

NT 303 Pauline Epistles 3
NT 436 Archaeology 3
NT 437 Apocalyptic Literatures 3
OT 410 Prophetic Books 3
OT 415 Wisdom Literature 3
OT 435 Hermeneutics 3

Emphases Courses

21 Credit Hours

Aviation Management and Engineer
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AT 361 Aviation Maintenance Management 3
AT 362 General Aviation Maintenance 3
AT 363 Basic Aircraft Structure & Repair 3
AT 364 Airframe Systems & Components 3
AT 365 Aviation Electrical & Electronic systems 3
AT 366 Engine Technology 3
Aviation Management and Helicopter Flight
AH 421 Aerodynamics - Helicopter 3
AH 422 Helicopter Aircraft Systems 3
AM 311 Introduction to Aviation 3
AM 312 Introduction to Air Traffic Control 3
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AM 425 Aerospace Law 3
AM 428 Aviation Meteorology 3
Flight Attendant (Cabin Crew)
AA 342 Introduction to Aircraft Cabin Interior 3
AA 343 Flight Safety 3
AA 344 Cabin Service English 3
AA 345 Service Manner 3
AA 348 In-flight Announcements 3
AA 450 Introduction to In-flight Food and Beverage Service 3
AA 452 Airline Reservation and Ticketing 1 3
Flight Dispatcher
AD 431 Weight and Balance 3
AD 432 Aeronautical Charts 3
AD 434 Airplane Performance 3
AD 435 Security and Carriage of Dangerous Goods 3
AD 436 International Flight Operations 3
AD 437 International Flight Planning 3
AD 438 Dispatch Resource Management 3
General Aviation Management and Flight
AM 311 Introduction to Aviation 3
AM 312 Introduction to Air Traffic Control 3
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AM 421 Aerodynamics - Airplanes 3
AM 423 Aircraft Systems 3
AM 425 Aerospace Law 3
AM 428 Aviation Meteorology 3

Elective Courses

27 Credit Hours

AA 347 Cabin Service Chinese Language 3
AA 449 Image Making 3
AA 451 Office Automation 3
AA 454 Aviation Practical English 3
AA 455 Airline Interview English 3
AA 456 Cabin Crew Interview 3
AD 431 Weight and Balance 3
AD 432 Aeronautical Charts 3
AD 433 Air Traffic Control Procedures and Aviation Communication 3
AD 434 Airplane Performance 3
AD 435 Security and Carriage of Dangerous Goods 3
AD 436 International Flight Operations 3
AD 437 International Flight Planning 3
AD 439 Occurrence and Emergency Procedures 3
AH 421 Aerodynamics - Helicopter 3
AH 422 Helicopter Aircraft Systems 3
AH 429 Rotor-Engine Systems and Procedures 3
AH 430 Helicopter Operations and Management 3
AM 311 Introduction to Aviation 3
AM 312 Introduction to Air Traffic Control 3
AM 313 Aviation Safety 3
AM 314 Basic Attitude Instrument Flying 3
AM 315 IFR Regulations and Procedures 3
AM 316 Human Factors 3
AM 421 Aerodynamics - Airplanes 3
AM 423 Aircraft Systems 3
AM 424 Multi-Engine Systems and Procedures 3
AM 425 Aerospace Law * 3
AM 426 General Airline Operations and Management 3
AM 427 Instrument Flight Instructor 3
AM 428 Aviation Meteorology * 3
AM 460 Aircraft Accident Investigation 3
AM 461 Crew Resource Management 3
AM 462 Air Navigation 3
AT 360 Airline Management 3
AT 367 Aviation Maintenance Training Career 3
BU 300 Business Ethics 3
BU 303 Microeconomics 3
BU 305 Macroeconomics 3
BU 306 Leadership and Entrepreneurship 3
BU 350 Operations and Supply Chain Management 3
BU 402 International Business 3
BU 404 Strategic Management 3
BU 410 Decision Analysis for Managers (Statistics and Math) 3
EL 301 Introduction to Aviation Maintenance Technology 3
EL 302 Aviation Maintenance Technician General 3
EL 303 Aircraft Structures 3
EL 304 Aircraft System 3
EL 305 Reciprocating Engine Theory & Maintenance 3
EL 306 Turbine Engine Theory & Maintenance 3
EL 307 Basic Electrical & Electronics 3
EL 308 Advanced Electrical & Electronics 3
PL 101 Private Pilot Ground Training I 3
PL 102 Private Pilot Ground Training II 3
PL 103 Private Pilot Solo Flight 3
PL 104 Private Pilot Certification 3
PL 201 Ground Training for Instrument Rating 3
PL 202 Instrument Flight Rating 3
PL 301 Ground Training for Commercial Pilot 3
PL 302 Commercial Pilot Course 3
PL 303 Ground Training for Multi-Engine Rating 2
PL 304 Multi-Engine Rating 2
PL 305 Ground Training for TurboShaft ENG Helicopter 2
PL 306 TurboShaft Engine Helicopter 2
PL 401 Ground Training for Certified Flight Instructor 4
PL 402 Certified Flight Instructor I 2
PL 403 Certified Flight Instructor II 2
* required

Field Practicum

12 Credit Hours

AP 320 Aviation Management Field Practicum I 3
AP 321 Aviation Management Field Practicum II 3
AP 322 Aviation Management Field Practicum III 3
AP 323 Aviation Management Field Practicum IV 3

Capstone Course

3 Credit Hours

CP 490 Capstone 3

Total

123 Credit Hours

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Midwest University

851 Parr Rd, Wentzville, MO 63385
(636)327-4645
usa@midwest.edu
Copyright © 2015 Midwest University
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