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Aviation Management, A.A.S.

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The Aviation Management program prepares an individual at the mid-management level for various areas of the aviation industry including support positions in airport management; air carrier operations; corporate aviation departments; and national, state, and local aviation agencies, authorities or boards. Potential positions also may be available with aviation service organizations and manufacturers.

Advisory Committee
Durwood Blasingame, CEO, Professional Pilot, Saber Helicopters, Inc.
Darren Bond, Professional Pilot, Aircraft Captain, Southwest Airlines
William Gunn, Director of System & Training-Aviation Division, TXDOT
Tim O’Krongley, Asst. Aviation Director, San Antonio Airport, City of San Antonio
Gary Ritchey, CEO, Professional Pilot, Air Transit Solutions
Shelly Tumbleson, Vice. Pres. for Residual Fuels & Intermediates, Tesoro Corporation

Related Degrees and Certificates

Air Traffic Control, A.A.S.  

Aviation Security, A.A.S.  

Professional Pilot, A.A.S.  


Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 60)

First Year

Second Year


* Capstone Course
CIP Code: 49.0104
Major Code: AVMG

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