Saint Louis University

Offered by the Saint Louis University Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology

Download a fact sheet about SLU's undergraduate aviation management degree.

Saint Louis University Aviation Management Degree Overview 

Saint Louis University is one of only a few schools in the world with an online aviation management degree program. If you choose to major in aviation management online or on SLU's campus, you will learn to manage airlines or direct corporate flight offices and be well versed in the technical language of the industry.

Saint Louis University aviation management students also have the opportunity to gain actual flight experience and earn a private pilot's certificate by enrolling in Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology's flight science minor.

What You'll Learn in SLU's Aviation Management Program

Students in SLU's aviation management program gain aviation knowledge starting in their freshman year. The remaining years of the program provides you with a strong business management core, including skills in:

  • Decision sciences
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • International business
  • Management

Advanced coursework for the major addresses airport management, aviation law and air transportation economics, among other topics.

What Can You Do With an Aviation Management Degree from SLU?

Graduates from SLU's aviation management program are well prepared for supervisory, sales, marketing, budgeting and personal management positions in the aerospace industry, including those in the following areas:

  • Airports
  • Aircraft manufacturers
  • Commercial airlines
  • Fixed-base operators
  • Government

The breadth of experiences offered through SLU's aviation management degree program also allows our graduates to pursue positions outside of aviation in other technical fields.

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