The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Security in Aviation is offered by Lynn University.
Bachelor of Science in Aviation SecurityWith a degree in aviation security from Lynn’s Burton D. Morgan College of Aeronautics, you’ll qualify for a position in one of aviation’s most vital fields. In the aviation security program, you will be exposed to several aircraft systems, including advanced flight planning platforms, weather radars, jet engines and aviation systems. You’ll graduate with a degree—and professional experience. You’ll be a step ahead of your peers. This major qualifies graduates for the rATP at 1250 hours.
What you'll learn in the aviation security program
- Several aircraft systems
- Flight planning and weather radars
- Jet engines and aviation systems
Core CurriculumBelief and Reason 100Belief and Reason 200Belief and Reason 300Belief and Reason 400Dialogue of Justice and Civic Life 100Dialogue of Justice and Civic Life 200Dialogue of Self and Society 100Dialogue of Self and Society 200Dialogue of Self and Society 400Quantitative ReasoningQuantitative Reasoning 200Scientific Literacy 100Scientific Literacy 200Citizenship ProjectCareer PreparationLanguage and CultureFirst Year SeminarPrimary Flight Theory and Training, PPLPrimary Flight Theory and Training, SoloAviation WeatherAviation HistoryAviation Safety and Human FactorsAviation OperationsGlobal Aviation Regulations & LawAviation SeminarAviation InternshipPrinciples of Management and LeadershipBusiness Analytics Using Excel ModelingHuman Resource ManagementThe Legal Environment of BusinessOperations Management and Business Process Modeling with ExcelAirport OperationsFixed-base OperationsAviation TechnologiesIntroduction to Criminal JusticeTerrorismElective