Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics: Missions

Aviation Administration (B.S.)

The School of Aeronautics offers a B.S. in Aviation Administration program with a cognate in either Flight or Aviation Safety Management.

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NOTE: You must be accepted by Liberty University to access the SOA application.

Flight (B.S)

The Flight cognate is designed to train students to become professional aviation administrators in the fields of Missionary Aviation, Military Aviation and Commercial/Corporate Aviation. Students enrolled in this program will earn their Private Pilot certificate as part of the course credits required. In addition, the B.S. in Aviation Administration: Flight cognate will prepare students for careers in Airport Management, Mission Aviation Program Management, Aircraft Marketing & Sales, and Airline Administration. Course examples include Aviation Organizational Ethics, Business Law, and Principles of Macroeconomics.

View the Degree Completion Plan for more information: Aviation Administration: Flight B.S.

Aviation Safety Management (B.S.)

The purpose of the aviation safety management cognate is to prepare students to become professional aviation administrators in the fields of Missionary Aviation, Military Aviation and Commercial/Corporate Aviation building a safety systems core, and providing them with program development, data analysis, and ethical skills for service as leaders and managers in various business or operational roles. The Safety Management Cognate cognate will prepare students for careers in Airport Management, Mission Aviation Program Management, Aircraft Marketing & Sales, and Airline Administration. A pilot certificate is not required to complete the Aviation Safety Management cognate, providing a non-pilot option for those who desire to serve in aviation settings.

View the Degree Completion Plan for more information: Aviation Administration: Aviation Safety Management B.S.