Bachelor of General Studies - Aviation Studies Concentration.
The Bachelor of General Studies program is a unique opportunity for transfer students and non-traditional students 21 years of age or older who are interested in flexible degree completion. The Aviation Studies program that is offered through the Bachelor of General Studies Degree program, offers the opportunity for non-traditional students to complete their bachelor’s degree in aviation. Students entering these degree programs may receive up to 29 credit hours for Federal Aviation Administration Pilot or Aircraft Maintenance Certificates, if applicable.
This degree option prepares students for a variety of areas in the aviation field, including private and public sector careers. The flexibility of this degree allows students to specialize in courses of particular interest to them. The degree also allows students to explore additional areas under the secondary field options.
Secondary fields of study for aviation students under this program may include Public Administration, Professional Flight, Business, Airframe and Powerplant, Avionics, and Military Transfer Programs. Other secondary fields such as Criminal Justice, Native American Studies, Communications, and others may be discussed with an adviser.
For more information about completing the Aviation Studies program through the Bachelor of General Studies, contact the Division of Continuing Studies office at (402) 554-2370 or visit http://dcs.unomaha.edu/bgs.php.