Saint Louis University

B.S. in Aviation Management

Online Aviation Management Bachelor's Degree with Saint Louis University

Brent Sevener, B.S. in Aviation Management, Helicopter FlightAviation managers apply business, management and aviation knowledge while working in administrative and management positions at an array of organizations, such as aircraft manufacturers, airports, higher education institutions and airlines. If you are looking for the right aeronautics degree, consider what our Online Aviation Management degree has to offer.

The breadth of the educational experience also allows students to pursue positions outside aviation in other technical fields. A major advantage of earning an aviation management degree is the capability of understanding and speaking the industry's technical jargon. This makes a strong impression during the interview process, as employers often only expect such knowledgeable interaction from experienced professionals.

Saint Louis University is the only Jesuit University with an Aviation Management program, and one of the very few schools in the world with an online Aviation Management degree program. Students are educated to manage airlines or direct corporate flight offices. They learn to make ethical decisions that contribute to their personal and professional goals and allow them to enrich the community in which they live and work.

Program Features
The online Aviation Management program at SLU provides students with specialized knowledge of the aviation industry and a strong foundation in corporate operations. The program emphasizes learner-centric education, utilizing problem-based learning. Students demonstrate a deeper understanding of their discipline and develop greater intellectual curiosity, confidence and engagement. This is a proven technique, central to all aviation management courses.

This program has also been ranked #15 as one of the most affordable online aviation degree programs in the country. 

Military Tuition Rate
SLU is now offering this online Aviation Management program at the reduced tuition rate of $250 per credit hour for benefit-eligible military students, veterans and their dependents. Learn more at

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Partnership with Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology
This program is offered in partnership between the School for Professional Studies and Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology. A student will need to apply and be admitted to the School for Professional Studies. After completing a minimum of 60 credit hours of core courses and leadership courses in the School for Professional Studies, the student will transition to the Department of Aviation Science in Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology to complete their aeronautics degree in Aviation Management. 

PLEASE NOTE: Students pay the currently effective tuition rate charged by SPS throughout their entire course of studies in the online Aviation Management concentration. Once the student has matriculated into Parks College, the Parks College Technology Fee is assessed each semester in addition to the normal tuition. The current rate for the Parks College Technology Fee is $310 per semester for full-time students and $155 per semester for part-time students.

* Graduate degrees in Aviation are offered through Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology. Plan for the future with a Master of Aviation or a Doctor of Aviation degree.

Request information or submit your online application for the Aviation Management program today.

Director of the Aviation Management program: Andrew Molnar, PMP

Courses for B.S. in Aviation Management

Core Curriculum Courses
MATH 1205
MATH 1325
PHIL 2055
PST 1900
PSYK 1010
FSCI 1300
Any Cultural Diversity elective
Any Literature course
credit hours:
Leadership Courses
OSTD 3305
credit hours:
Aviation Management Courses
ASCI 4050
FSCI 4450
credit hours:
Approved Emphasis Area
Students may select an approved emphasis area. Examples include Airframe and Powerplant certification credit or an SPS minor.
credit hours:
15 - 24
General Electives
credit hours:
total credit hours:

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