Aviation Management Outcomes
Today's competitive job environment requires the right education and training in order to help you succeed. According to Air Incorporated, growth in travel and tourism in the next decade will lead U.S. airlines to hire more pilots and aviation personnel.
Students in Marywood's aviation management program begin flying in their first semester. The flight training, conducted by an FAA-approved 141 flight training school and 135 charter operation, makes it easier for those seeking careers as professional pilots to build the number of hours required for entry into this exciting field.
Recent graduates of this program have accepted positions with several local and regional airlines. As a future graduate, you will be prepared for a career in airline management, airport management, or as an airline pilot.