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Admission Requirements

There are two primary ways that students qualify for admission into the Aviation Management BAS program.

1. Admission Requirements for Applicants with an Applied Associate Degree or Technical Diploma:

Applicant must have a regionally accredited associate degree in pilot training or avionics, or have a technical diploma in airframe and powerplant with a GPA of at least 2.0. The degree must have been earned after 1990.

2. Admission Requirements for Experienced Aviation Professionals without an Applied Associate Degree:

Applicant may apply for pre-admission to the Aviation Management program with documentation of the following credentials:

  • Three years of full time experience as a professional commercial pilot, avionics technician, or A&P technician, along with documentation of credentials (A&P license, for example). A current resume will be needed.
  • Two recommendation letters: one from applicant’s supervisor and one from a colleague.

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Visit our Admissions page for more information on how to apply to the University.

Do you have an aviation-focused degree that’s not listed? Contact anadvisor to discuss your options. We are more than willing to review your program transcript to determine your admission eligibility.

Get a free transfer credit evaluation!

Students with an approved applied associate degree transfer in up to a 45 credit block plus any applicable general education courses. Most students transfer between 60 and 90 credits.

Contact an Aviation Management advisor to see how your credits transfer. You can fill out our prospective student form or contact Katherine Carstens directly at (920) 424-0496 or

Students with a GPA lower than 2.0 (on a 4.00 scale) can speak with an Aviation Management advisor to discuss their admissions requirements.

Contact an advisor

Debbie Harris
(920) 424-1737