aviation management (bs)
- the online bulletin is for information purposes only. current students must complete the requirements as outlined in the york bulletin as applicable.
- course descriptions
- course descriptions can be found in the online pdf version of the bulletin
the aviation program at york college is committed to delivering the highest quality aviation-oriented education, research and service to our students, college and university.
|effective fall 2020|
aviation management bs
i. required courses
|econ220||introduction to economics statistics||3|
ii. foundation courses
|acc101||principles of accounting i||3|
|acc102||principles of accounting ii||3|
|acc103||principles of managerial accounting||3|
|bus201||computer applications in business||3|
|bus283||business law i||3|
|bus301||management theory and practice||3|
|finc321||principles of finance||3|
|mkt341||introduction to marketing||3|
iii. aviation management core courses
|avia230||introduction to aviation and business||3|
|avia360||airport and aviation security||3|
|avia362||commercial aviation safety||3|
|avia410||ethics and issues in aviation**||3|
|avia414||airport planning and management||3|
iv. program electives
|choose 9 credits in avia, bus, econ, finc or acc in consultation with your program advisor.|
|total aviation program credits||60|
|total core curriculum credits||33-42|
|total free elective credits||18-27|
|total credits for bs in aviation management||120|
*econ 102 may also be taken to fulfill the flexible core: individual and society requirement.
** upper division writing intensive.