Aviation Management and Operations
Aviation Management and Operations (AMO) focuses on the day-to-day and long-term business aspects of the aviation industry. Courses provide an introduction to the air transportation industry, including history, safety, law, and air traffic control regulations. Other required classes include computer-aided design, construction scheduling, airport planning and design, written and oral communication, public relations, accounting and economics.
The AMO specialization provides an interdisciplinary approach to management and technology systems and their application to the aviation environment. A benefit of the program is that a student can utilize the educational background in other disciplines, such as facility management or general management.
Many students also pursue a minor in the College of Business Administration such as general business, marketing, international business, or entrepreneurship.