The airline and aviation industries are comprised of people who are responsible for duties that most of us never even consider, behind-the-scenes functions that keep the industry running safely and smoothly. More and more, students are noticing that an education in aviation administration can lead to an exciting, fulfilling, and lucrative career. The Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation (Business) Administration prepares the student for managerial and business-related positions within the constantly evolving aviation and aerospace industries.

CSU Los Angeles
Aviation Administration - BS
The BS in Aviation Administration
requires a total of 180 units including 21 semester
units (32 quarter units) of community college work
for students who have completed a two-year community college program in airframe and powerplant maintenance,
air traffic control, air transportation, commercial pilot,
travel management, or similar avaiation-oriented program.

The lower division program is completed at the community college or other four-year institutions. Students who have
not completed lower division general education
requirements at the time of entrance to Cal. State L.A.
must fulfill these remaining requirements in addition
to upper division general education and major
requirements. Transfer students must also complete prerequisites to required upper division courses in
accounting, economics and finance..

ENGL 104 - University Requirement  

General Education

Certification of lower division General Education
Breadth Requirements (39 semester units)


 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Aviation Business Administration -
Prescott  Campus
BUSAD 141
ACCT 101
General Education
Communication Theory and Skills 9 
SPCH 101
BUSAD 106
ENGL 101
Computer Science 3
CS/IS 101 or 102
Humanities Lower-Level course 3
Select one of the following
ART 101, 102
ENGL 102, 104
HUMAN 105, 120
PHIL 117
Social Sciences Lower-Level course 6
ECON102
Select one of the following
PSYCH 101
HIST 109, 110
AT 134
GEOG 103
SOC 101
Humanities/Social Sciences Upper-Level course 3
Mathematics 9
MATH 110
MATH 136
MATH 112
Physical and Life Sciences
(One course must include a laboratory.) 6
AT 122
Select one of the following
BIOL 101, 102, 122, 130, 131
CHEM 101, 102, 110
PHYS 101 and 102 and 103, 105 and 106, 110  


NOTE: AGREEMENTS CONCERNING TRANSFER ARE CONSTANTLY BEING UPDATED, THEREFORE, THE STUDENT IS CAUTIONED TO CHECK WITH A COUNSELOR OR THE TRANSFER CENTER FOR CURRENT TRANSFER INFORMATION.

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