Davis College of Business & TechnologyAviation Management and Flight Operations
Aviation Management and Flight OperationsCurriculum
Jacksonville University’s Aviation Management and Flight Operations degree includes airline-oriented flight training coupled with an invaluable business degree, defining you as a leader in the cockpit and aviation industry. Aviation and aeronautical students can choose their track of focus: commercial pilot, military-marine, and military-navy.
- Aviation Weather
- Advanced Aircraft Systems
- Airtransport Operations
- Jet Transition Training Lab
- Crew Resource Management
The Commercial Pilot track prepares you for an exhilarating career as an airline pilot flying some of the world’s largest aircraft around the world.
The Military Marine track prepares you with the skills needed to be a top aviator for the United States Marines. The track requires participation in the ROTC program.
The Military Navy track provides you with the skills needed to be a top aviator in the United States Navy. This track requires participation in the ROTC program.
The Commercial Pilot for International Students specifically designed for our international students that do not require the flight instructor certificate.
Program Educational Objectives
Professional Competency: Graduates will possess the requisite knowledge and skills necessary to make an immediate positive impact for their employer as well as act with the highest standards of professionalism evidenced by their ethical character and integrity.
- Regulatory Compliance: Graduates will be able to assess the role and impact of regulatory compliance in the conduct of global aviation commerce.
- Triple Bottom Line: Graduates will be able to apply the knowledge that sustained profitability in global aviation commerce results from the involvement of innovative and engaged people who develop optimal use of resources.
- Critical Thinking: Graduates will demonstrate the planning, decision making, workload management, and communication skills necessary to engage in effective critical thinking