Aviation Administration, Minor

The aviation administration minor will offer Clayton State University students - in other major degree programs - course options that introduce them to key topics within the aviation industry, from an administrative perspective. Topics include safety, security, scheduling, planning, operations and leadership. In order to graduate with a formal minor that will be noted on the student's permanent record, the student must complete the requirements for the specific minor as stipulated in the CSU catalog. The major advisor is responsible for reviewing a student’s progress in the minor. Students must submit to the Office of the Registrar a minor application along with the degree graduation application by the published graduation application deadline. Minors may only be awarded in conjunction with a baccalaureate degree. Minors will not be awarded after the baccalaureate degree has been posted to the academic transcript.

Program Requirements

Upper Division System-Specific Courses 18
AVIA 3120Fleet Planning and Scheduling3
AVIA 3130Leadership in the Aviation Ind3
AVIA 3140Aviation Safety3
AVIA 4120Intro to Airport Operations3
AVIA 4130Aviation Labor Relations3
HSEM 3000Homeland Security3
Total Credit Hours18
  • All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.
  • Courses used to fulfill area A-E in core curriculum cannot be applied to the minor