CERTIFICATE

Airline Management

12 Credits
  • Learn the business and management concepts at both national and international airline industry levels
  • Gain a well-rounded knowledge of factors affecting airport management including various cultures, currencies and geographic destinations
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Training Airline Managers of the Future

Our airline management certificate will expose you to the wide range of business and management concepts needed to become successful in the airline industry at both a national and international level. In addition, students learn the economic and financial underpinnings of this complex and dynamic industry.

Your exposure to various cultures, currencies and geographic destinations will give you a well-rounded view of both the industry and the systems needed to achieve success as an airline manager.

With this professional certificate, those interested in advancing their careers in the airline industry will gain knowledge in order to obtain entry- or mid-level management positions.

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WHAT YOU'LL STUDY

You will take four three-credit courses. These courses can be taken in person, online or in hybrid formats. Our airline management certificate was designed to expose students to all the essential elements of the industry and related roles, while also allowing them to take these courses in accommodation with their diverse schedules and needs.

 

The airline management certificate gives you the choice to plan your schedule. Whether you are expanding your education in an area you are already working in or are just beginning in the airline industry, our certificate program will help you achieve success in a variety of airline management careers. You can take all of your courses in one semester, or spread them out over several semesters. If you are interested in expanding your education further, you can transfer the 12 credits to any other accredited undergraduate degree program including Vaughn’s airline management bachelor’s degree program.

SAMPLE CLASSES
  • Airline Management
  • Airline Economics and Finance
  • Aviation Safety
  • Industry and Labor Relations

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