The Airline Management Certificate is part of the Associate in Science (AS) in Aerospace Administration degree program. This curriculum consists of 18 credits of college-level coursework embedded as part of the AS degree. This condensed certificate program prepares an individual for a career in airport operation and management.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs):
Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate is able to:
PLO 1: Appropriately apply basic aviation terminology and history.
PLO 2: Demonstrate fluency and appropriate application regarding aviation operations practices, limitations, and procedures. PLO 3: Demonstrate fluency regarding federal, state, and other governmental laws, rules, and policies as they relate to aviation.
PLO 4: Incorporate airline management practices, including leadership and communications, as well as directing, planning and controlling operations.
PLO 5: Demonstrate aviation and airline marketing, customer service and sales techniques, distribution skills, and reservation and ticketing applications and abilities.
PLO 6: Demonstrate employability skills.
PLO 7: Demonstrate and incorporate the principles of entrepreneurship.