Few professions could offer more challenging — and more rewarding — tasks than devising a plan to market a $200 million aircraft or creating a strategic plan for a regional airport.
The David B. O'Maley College of Business offers two undergraduate degree programs:
We also offer a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Business Administration in Aviation Management, a Master of Science in Aviation Finance and a Ph.D. in Aviation Business Administration.
The fundamentals of marketing, management, and operations apply equally to every industry. Students in these programs learn the skills fundamental to manage and lead aerospace and aviation organizations. Students interested in airline management, for example, analyze route structures and fleet assignments to achieve highly effective and efficient networks.
Along the way, students gain valuable experience working with aviation-specific software, real world research projects, internships, and numerous college-sponsored clubs and activities. The faculty in the College of Business includes some of the most innovative minds in the field — many of whom are authors of best-selling textbooks and published research articles.
*Information about this combined degree program is on the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration page.
Our department offers both undergraduate and graduate classes in Management, Marketing, and Operations.
Management: The classes offered in this discipline are focused on providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and successfully manage the challenges faced by today's managers. The classes include:
Marketing: Our future managers are exposed to knowledge and tools in marketing in the areas of marketing processes, planning and strategies. The classes in this discipline include:
Operations: This discipline offers a stream of classes to students to successfully understand and design the processes involved in industrial and service operations. The classes include: