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What is “Aviation Logistics?” It is increasing the value (or utility) of products or services with air transportation. Firms specializing in the movement of goods and people by air, and the large numbers of companies that support them, represent the area of aviation logistics.
If you like puzzles, Aviation Logistics is for you. It includes answers to the questions of how aviation interacts with other modes of transportation in servicing supply chains, domestically and internationally. What is the cost for each transportation mode? What is the delivery time? How does it satisfy the customer’s expectations? Career opportunities worldwide abound and our internship requirement provides potential employers “work ready” graduates.
The B.S. in Aviation Logistics creates opportunities for you to acquire the following knowledge and skills:
Typical career opportunities and average salaries in the field, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, range from aircraft cargo handling supervisor ($52,000) to transportation manager ($105,000) to airport chief executive ($197,000). Our graduates are landing great jobs with a variety of aviation and aerospace employers, including airlines, maintenance repair overhaul facilities, aircraft manufacturers and air cargo forwarders.
B.S. in Aviation Logistics graduates get jobs such as:
Graduates continue on to leadership roles such as: