• Organizational Leadership

    Aviation Leadership Concentration

    Careers and Beyond

    The Aviation industry is growing; airlines are flying more passengers and airports are adjusting to higher demand. Aircraft manufacturers are gearing up for new business orders. Business aviation is becoming a more popular way to increase corporate and organizational efficiency. The demand for leadership in all aviation sectors (commercial, business, airport management, ancillary industries) continues to grow, specifically among pilots, mechanics, flight attendants, schedulers/dispatchers, and directors of aviation, operations, maintenance as well as the education and training of these aviation professionals.

    Business Aviation

    • Director of Aviation, Operations or Maintenance
    • Chief or Safety Pilot, Pilot
    • Lead Scheduler & Dispatcher
    • Lead Mechanic
    • Lead Flight Attendant
    • FBO General Manager
    • Supervisor of training, lead trainer

    Commercial Aviation

    • Training: Vice President, Director
    • Manager: Inflight Training, Technical Training
    • Flight Operations: Vice President, Director
    • Operations: Vice President, Director
    • Fleet Captain, Chief Pilot Training
    • Maintenance: Vice President, Director
    • Flight Services: Vice President, Director