The Aviation Science Management Degree geared towards people who wants professional jobs at the airports, airlines, air traffic controls, etc. Aviation industry is in a need of aviation professionals from management to pilots. It provides the foundation for a career as a manager in the aviation industry.
The curriculum provides skills in management, communications, and research to prepare students for leadership positions in the field of aviation management. The last two years of matriculation include extensive professional-level Aviation Science Management courses whereby students shall develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. The degree in Aviation Science Management is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
To apply to Texas Southern University (TSU) as a first-year applicant, you should currently be in your senior year of high school, have earned a GED or equivalent or have earned a high school diploma but have never been admitted and enrolled at a prior college or university. Once admissions application has been received, you will be notified of your status. Contact the Aviation program for guidance on meeting with your advisor for degree planning and selection of courses.
A transfer student is someone who was enrolled at another college, university, technical or proprietary school after high school and is now applying to Texas Southern University (TSU). Transfer students must submit transcripts from each institution attended to the admissions office where you are applying whether you have earned credits, or the school is regionally accredited. Applicants with fewer than 12 semester hours of college coursework should also submit an official high school transcript including ACT or SAT scores. See website admissions tab for further instructions. Contact the Aviation program for guidance on meeting with your advisor for degree planning and selection of courses.
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Aviation Science Management is earned by the successful completion of a 120 credit hours (minimum) including 42 hours of general education core courses and other courses as established by Texas Southern University and approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 78 hours of courses as defined by the Department of Aviation Science and Management. There are two concentrations: Aviation Science Management Concentration and Professional Pilot Concentration.
All coursework representing the 78 hours of courses as defined by the Department of Aviation Science and Management leading to the B.S. Degree in Aviation Science Management must be earned with a Grade of “C” or better, where grades of “C-“ or below are unacceptable.
For detailed information, please click the link: Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation Science Management, Management Concentration Degree Plan
The 2019 enrollment is 110 students, up from the last year’s enrollment of 100 students.
To graduate qualified aviation professionals dedicated to serving the aviation industry.
Texas Southern University to be recognized by its peers and industry as a premier destination for excellence in aviation education and training.
Program Educational Goals:
Texas Southern University’s program goals are assessed and evaluated annually through a collaborative effort by faculty, staff, and the aviation advisory board. Collectively, they evaluate industry and student’s needs to construct goals that will allow them to be successful in such a dynamic industry
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Graduates of the program have been employed as
Airport Management and Operations, Flight Crew Scheduler, Fixed Based Operator Manager, Airport Operations Coordinator, Security Inspector, Safety Inspector, Project Manager, Professional Pilot, Aircraft Mechanic, Airport Director, Air Traffic Controller, Airline Crew Scheduler, Flight Dispatcher, Aircraft Charter Sales Rep, Trip Planner, Flight Following Agent, Flight Operations Agent
Follow this link for a complete List of Student Achievements.