TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION AND LOGISTICS PROGRAM CAREERS
Supervision and Management–Aviation
The supervision and management program with a
concentration in aviation administration uses a 2+2
model that requires applicants to have completed
an associate’s degree or equivalent for entry into the
program. Individuals in this field can have careers
such as airline managers, airport managers, airport
security manager and air traffic controllers.
This program provides a solid foundation for a
Baccalaureate Degree in aviation or aerospace
sciences. Individuals in this field use next generation
technology as they map out careers as including
airline managers, airport security managers, air traffic
controllers, systems and business management.
Aviation Maintenance Administration
Ensuring the safety and efficiency of air travel
requires skilled aircraft mechanics, avionics
equipment mechanics, aircraft technicians, or
avionics equipment technicians. The Associate in
Science in Aviation Maintenance Administration
program paves the way for FAA Airframe &
Powerplant (A&P) certified mechanics to advance
in their career.
Professional Pilot Technology
The professional pilot technology program can
offer career options such as the transportation of
cargo and/or people, aerial photography and rescue
operations. As students complete the program, they
are required to show competency and complete stage
checks towards earning their Instrument, Commercial,
and Multi-Engine Flight ratings.
Unmanned Vehicles Systems Operation
The unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) is a growing
and dynamic field in aviation. The Unmanned Vehicle
Operation program prepares students to be a remote
pilot supporting industries such as agriculture,
delivery services, telecommunications, first response,
defense contracting and commercial operations. As
part of the program, students will complete course
work to prepare for the part 107 exam.