The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Education offers students several options:
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The Aerospace Logistics option prepares students to work in the aerospace logistics sector. Employment opportunities include positions with military and civilian maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities worldwide.
The Aerospace Security option prepares students for careers in aerospace security fields. Employment opportunities include governmental agencies and private industry that deal with aerospace security operations. The College of Education also offers a minor in this course of study. OSU-Tulsa also offers a minor for this option. Download information about the minor in Aerospace Safety and Security (PDF format).
The Aviation Management option prepares students for management positions in the aviation/aerospace industry. Employment opportunities include positions with fixed-base operators, air carriers, corporate flight departments, commuter and air taxi operations and a variety of career areas associated with airport operations.
Students in the Professional Pilot option complete all flight requirements for private pilot, commercial pilot with instrument, multi-engine, and certified flight instructor ratings. Students are prepared for careers as general aviation, corporate, commuter, and commercial airline pilots. Both flight and ground school courses are conducted under Federal Air Regulation Part 141.
The Technical Services Management option builds on an individual’s technical experience in aircraft maintenance or avionics to prepare the students for management positions in all segments of the aviation/aerospace industry. Twenty-five hours of technical training may be credited toward this option if received from an accredited institution.
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