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Aviation Management

Earn your Aviation Management bachelor’s degree in about two years.

Students with a technical college degree transfer up to 60 credits. See how your credits transfer by scheduling an advising advising appointment today! online aviation management student

What is Aviation Management?

UW Oshkosh’s online Aviation Management program prepares students who have associate degrees in pilot training or avionics, or an airframe and powerplant (A&P) technical diploma, to move into advanced positions and become industry leaders. With a focus on developing advanced skills in leadership and administration, your Aviation Management degree builds upon your professional and educational aviation experience. Coursework also includes aviation law, airline production management, and analysis methods for aviation and aerospace systems. To see a full list of Aviation Management courses, click here

Transfer up to 90 Credits

Aviation Management students transferring in an eligible associate degree typically transfer in about 60 credits. Students with an A&P diploma typically transfer in about 51 credits. (Degrees or diplomas must have been earned after 1990.) However, we can accept up to 90 credits of previous college-level coursework. One of our advisors would be happy to go over all of your transcripts and tell you exactly how many credits you will transfer before you formally apply for admission. We also are able to consider the following types of credit for transfer:

  • Military Credit (including an automatic 4 credits with submission of DD214 form)
  • Credits that appear on an ACE (American Council on Education) transcript

Please note: Having a pilot’s license, without meeting the professional or educational qualifications specified here, will not quality an applicant for this program.  However, individual experiences can be evaluated on a case-by-case basis for acceptance, please contact an advisor for additional information.

Earn Your Degree in About Two Years 

For full time students with 60 or more transferable credits, the Aviation Management degree can be completed in as little as two years. However, depending on your educational background and preferred schedule, it may take more time. One of our advisors will be happy to review your previous coursework and prepare a personalized planner that will help you understand how your associate degree will transfer and what coursework you will need to complete to earn your Aviation Management degree. Click here to connect with an advisor.

100 Percent Online and Accelerated

The Aviation Management program is offered completely online! Most courses are delivered in accelerated, seven-week sessions, which offer additional flexibility for students working full time. Courses are delivered through Desire 2 Learn. Students interact with their professors and classmates through online discussion, class lectures, and a drop box for assignments. There are no required scheduled meeting times, but there are deadlines and due dates for projects, assignments and discussions.

Affordable and Flexible

Our flat-rate tuition—$360 per credit—makes budgeting for your Leadership and Organizational Studies degree easy. Financial aid is available for students who qualify. We also welcome veterans’ benefits and employer reimbursement. For more information on financial aid options, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.

A Supportive Community

From small classes to dedicated advisors, Aviation Management students have a strong support network from day one. Excellent campus resources—including the writing center, library, and academic advising—are all available to serve online students.

Contact an advisor

Debbie Harris
(920) 424-1737