All candidates for admission must possess a bachelor’s degree in aviation from a regionally accredited institution of higher education or in a major in a related field. Individuals who have completed a bachelor’s degree in an unrelated area but have work experience in aviation and/or transportation industries may also apply. The applicant’s overall undergraduate GPA must be 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. In special cases, the GPA may be calculated on the most recent 60 semester hours of coursework. Additionally, applicants must submit:
When the application materials are complete, they will be forwarded to the University Graduate Council. The Council has the final say in graduate admissions. After Graduate Council review, the applicant will then be informed in writing of its decision.
"My experience at Lewis University has improved my life dramatically. The courses offer real-life application, and are making me a better person, both professional and personally. Plus, I really enjoy the aviation industry, and see the current challenges as opportunities for visionary thinking and leadership."
"Even with the online format, it still feels like a traditional classroom experience – all of the professors are heavily involved in classroom discussions. And I love being able to get the work done on my own time."
"This program has prepared me exceptionally well for my current career path. I can now speak more intelligently with my instructors and coworkers – with a much greater understanding of how airlines work, and the components that go into efficiently running a company."