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Susan

"My training at UCM is preparing me to be a versatile pilot."
- Susan

Aviation Safety

Master of Science in Aviation Safety
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Aviation Partners

UCM Aviation and Envoy Air and Gojet Partnerships.
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AABI International

UCM undergraduate aviation programs are accredited through AABI.

Wing Access Benefits

Priority registration for active duty military personnel, dependents and veterans.


Accreditation Information

All undergraduate aviation programs at UCM are accredited through Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI).

AABI

New Mission Statements

Department of Aviation Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Aviation is to provide a competitive advantage to our partners in the aerospace industry, using highly experienced faculty and staff dedicated to educating, developing, motivating, and nurturing future professionals and industry leaders using exciting programs, state of the art facilities, and industry‐relevant research, while embracing best safety practices.

Department of Aviation Goals (Aviation Advisory Council)

  • Be able to express oneself clearly and concisely in writing and speech.
  • Be able to complete and present projects based on research, data interpretation, and analysis.
  • Be able to complete work utilizing inputs and outputs from other members in team projects including simulated work environments.
  • Be able to define solutions to challenges that require critical thinking.
  • Be able to explain aviation terminology and list relevant key literature references in the student's subject field.
  • Be able to recognize and solve typical practical and theoretical real life problems in the student's aviation field.
  • Be able to discuss safety, economic, and political issues that affect aviation activities in the student's career area.
  • Be able to define the key issues affecting leadership and management in the aviation industry.
  • Be able to define further career options, academic learning opportunities, and professional training and certification opportunities upon graduation.
  • Be able to apply for next‐step career opportunities using qualifications, experience, and interview skills gained in the course of the student's study program.

B.S. Professional Pilot – Mission Statement (AABI)

The mission of the Professional Pilot B.S. program is to prepare students for ready advancement into airplane pilot professions by developing sound and advanced student skills including critical thinking and teamwork, attainment of aviation knowledge and awareness of current aviation management issues in airplane flying, infused with safety practices and practical applications in real world environments.

B.S. Aviation Management (Airport Management Option) – Mission Statement (AABI)

The mission of the Aviation Management (Airport Management Option) B.S. program is to prepare students for ready advancement into airport management professions by developing sound and advanced student skills including critical thinking and teamwork, attainment of aviation knowledge and awareness of current aviation management issues in airport management, infused with safety practices and practical applications in real world environments.

Aviation Management (Flight Operations Management Option) – Mission Statement (AABI)

The mission of the Aviation Management (Flight Operations Management Option) B.S. program is to prepare students for ready advancement into flight operations management professions by developing sound and advanced student skills  including critical thinking and teamwork,  attainment of aviation knowledge  and awareness of current aviation management issues in flight operations, infused with safety practices and practical applications in real world environments.

Accreditation Information

FAA Air Agency Certificate

AABI Reaffirmation Letter

Safety Stand-down Agenda 2014

Whiteman HLC Visit

AAC Meeting (April 3, 2015)

AAC Following-up Letter (May 2015)

UMC Aviation Safety Program AABI

 

University of Central Missouri AABI Self-Study Report 2015