LeTourneau University’s BBA/BBM in Aviation Management was developed by a panel of industry experts. This program allows you to complete your degree from a nationally recognized aviation program while also building on any previous aviation experience.
In addition to aviation-specific management courses, the BBA/BBM in Aviation Management provides a well-rounded approach to administrative responsibilities such as accounting, marketing, finance, business law, and business research.
Our faculty has a wide variety of industry backgrounds including airline, corporate, general, and mission aviation. You will not be disappointed in the quality of our classes or in the personal touch of our faculty.
In 2009, the National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA) awarded LETU the coveted Loening Trophy for the outstanding aviation program in the nation. In 2010, our NIFA team won the American Airlines Safety Award at the national competition.
Although there is no national competition for aviation maintenance, LETU students contend in the annual state competition, the PAMA (Professional Aviation Maintenance Association) Olympics. In 2011, our students placed first, second, and third individually and also won the top team award, scoring first place overall.
Courses are generally taken one at a time and last from three to seven weeks. Coursework begins on Monday each week, with most assignments due by Sunday at midnight.
Our program allows active-duty military and veteran students to turn experience into an educational achievement and obtain the management-focused aviation degree that will set them apart from other leaders in the aviation industry.
As a military student with aviation-related college credit looking to complete your bachelor's degree, you'll find a seamless transition to further expand your career horizons. We accept advanced standing prior-learning credit, allowing you to transfer in aviation-related course credit to jump-start your degree completion.
LETU recognizes that aviation professionals receive a great deal of professional training. LETU designed these programs to be flexible and allow students to transfer in a large amount of aviation-related and other credit.
LETU allows credit for military training, ACE credit, up to 30 hours for CLEP exams, and credit for other documented professional training and life-learning.