Aviation Administration, B.S.

Designed to prepare students for careers as professional managers in aviation.

Safety and security concerns. Fluctuating fuel costs. A shrinking pilot population. Environmental fears. As the aviation industry continues to evolve, it requires leaders who can meet these current challenges in a creative way. Through Lewis University's Aviation Administration program, you will master the technical knowledge and specialized expertise required in the aviation industry. More than that, you will attain the skills necessary to effectively manage people, projects and idea with practical coursework in business and management.

Your degree in Aviation Administration will prepare you for a management career in:
  • Airport Management and Operations
  • Airport Security
  • Fixed Base Operations Management
  • Crash, Fire and Rescue Operations
  • Aircraft Accident Investigation
  • Aviation Safety Management
  • Air Traffic Control
  • Aviation Consulting/Planning
  • Airline Management and Operations
  • National Transportation Safety Board
  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • Passenger Service Personnel
  • Flight Attendants
  • Flight Dispatcher
  • Flight Crew
  • Airline Sales Agent
Ready to become an aviation leader that helps fly the industry into the future?

Student Talk

  • Blair West-Keyes

    "After attending a larger aviation University, I found that Lewis University had... a very close community... more personal faculty that were able to help you with your track to achieving success in the aviation industry."

  • Aviation Administration, Aviation Administration Degree Lydia Kellogg
    Director of Public Safety and Security, Airports Council International-North America

    "If it wasn't for Karen Calloway (a Lewis Admissions Counselor) I would not be where I am today. As an inner city teenager, with no transportation, and living on my own, she drove to my apartment, picked me up and walked me through the education and admissions process. I didn't have the grades or financial support to get into any colleges, but Lewis enrolled me in their "Success Program" because they saw the potential and motivation in me to excel, which I did."