Aviation & Transportation, M.S.
Lead the evolution of the transportation industry. The Master of Science in Aviation and Transportation is designed to offer a multi-faceted approach in preparing graduates for careers in the aviation and logistics industry, professional management, government, and other agencies associated with aviation and transportation. This program will study the current transportation industry and that industry’s regulation from a variety of perspectives. Students will develop an appreciation of human factors and the importance of research in decision-making and will develop skills in communication, human resource management, strategic planning for transportation projects, and quality management systems for aviation and transportation safety.
Through coursework, research and industry partnerships, you will earn a comprehensive education and ethical understanding of business and personal success. In fact, recent graduates have gone on to terrific careers at the FAA, Chicago Department of Aviation, major U.S. airlines, top-tier Universities, and global transportation logistics companies.
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- 8-week courses (classes available on campus and online)
- Complete your degree in 2 years while working full time
- Private airport located on campus
- Less than 15 students per class for personalized attention
- Customized curriculum to match your specific career plans
- Industry-leading and experienced aviation faculty
- Connections with O'Hare and Midway Airports
- Assistance with internships, CPT, and OPT employment
A Preferred Destination for International Students
Our Master’s in Aviation and Transportation program is a popular choice for our international students.There are terrific internship opportunities with leading aviation organizations to help prepare you for your successful aviation career.
For specific information about the Aviation and Transportation course descriptions and graduation requirements, please see the Curriculum here.
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Last updated January 29, 2018