Bachelor of Science in Aviation Safety and Operations

Required:  120 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above) including:

I. Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing).

II. School of Aerospace Sciences Requirements (see College Section).

III. The following curriculum:

Communication (9 total credits)

ENGL 110College Composition I3
ENGL 130Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences3
COMM 110Fundamentals of Public Speaking3

Social Science Electives (9 total credits)


Fine Art and Humanities Electives (9 total credits)

Humanities Elective3
Fine Arts Elective3
Fine Arts or Humanities Elective3

Math, Science, and Technology (9 total credits)


Aviation Requirements

AVIT 100Aviation Orientation1
AVIT 105Essentials of Flight (Pilot Certificate can replace AVIT 105 requirement.)3
AVIT 103Introduction to Air Traffic Management2
AVIT 126Introduction to UAS Operations2
AVIT 250Human Factors2
AVIT 328Fundamentals of Aircraft Systems Operations3
AVIT 402Airport Planning and Administration3
AVIT 403Aerospace Law3
AVIT 405Airline Operations and Management3
AVIT 407General Aviation Operations and Management3
AVIT 485Aviation Senior Capstone3

Safety Courses

AVIT 176Aviation Safety Standards for Construction Activities3
AVIT 208Aviation Safety3
AVIT 276OSHA Safety Standards for Industry3
AVIT 311Safety Management System (SMS)3
AVIT 312Aircraft Accident Investigation3
AVIT 313Aviation Insurance3
AVIT 314Advanced Aircraft Accident Investigation3
AVIT 350Human Error3
AVIT 376Hazardous Materials Management3
AVIT 412Aviation Safety Analysis3
AVIT 443Airport Safety and Emergency Management3
AVIT 476Risk Management3