Jan 20, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Aviation Management BS, Maintenance Management Specialization


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Program Learner Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of the major components of the domestic and international aviation industry to include general aviation, airline operations, aviation support facilities, airspace system management, airports and aircraft manufacturers as applicable to their degree specialization.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of essential business management concepts of accounting, economics, finance, management, human resource management and business law.
  • Apply general management concepts to specific aviation-related environments such as Fixed Base Operators (FBOs), airports, airlines and the aerospace industry.
  • Describe the fundamental principles of an aviation safety management program and identify the major operational hazards applicable to general aviation and airline operations.
  • Exhibit the verbal and written communication skills needed to interact with aviation professionals, business, and management.

Aviation Management Core Requirements


The Department of Aviation at CWU offers two undergraduate degree programs. One of them is Bachelor Science in Aviation Management (major). Currently, this major has two specializations i.e., (i) Aviation Management Specialization; and (ii) Aviation Maintenance Management Specialization. This program prepares graduates for a variety of administrative and management positions in the aviation industry.

Graduation Requirements

  1. Student should have completed a total of 180 credits.
  2. Student should have satisfied the Program Core requirements to a total of 44 core credits.
  3. Student should satisfy the 45 credits of Specialization requirements.

Program Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management requires a total of 78-92 credits, of which 44 credits are core courses requirement.

Maintenance Management Specialization


This specialization prepares graduates for entry into aviation maintenance and management in the aviation industry or FAA.

Students enrolling in this specialization must already possess an FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate and/or graduation certificate from a Federal Aviation Administration-approved 14CFR Part 147 school. (Certificate not offered at Central Washington University.) Forty-five credits of the Airframe and Powerplant certificates will be accepted upon completion of all other degree requirements.

Maintenance Management Specialization Courses


  • Airframe and Powerplant Certificates Credits: (45)
    (Certificate not offered at Central Washington University. Forty-five credits of the Airframe and Powerplant Certificate will be accepted upon completion of all other degree requirements. See program advisor.)

Total Specialization Credits: 45


Total Credits: 89


College and Department Information


Aviation Department  
College of Education and Professional Studies  

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