Minor in Aviation.
A minor in aviation is available to UNO students majoring in fields other than aviation but have an interest in the aviation industry and would like to complement coursework in their major with selected courses offered through the Aviation Institute.
The aviation minor has been developed as an interdisciplinary program to broaden educational opportunities for all UNO students. A minor in aviation provides the student with a foundation of knowledge that will help bridge the gap between his or her specific field of study and the air transport industry.
Degrees that a minor in aviation could enhance include: Computer Science (BS), Criminal Justice (BS), International Studies (BA), Business Administration (BSBA), General Administration (BGS), Engineering (BS), and Teacher Education (BS).
A minor in aviation requires a minimum of 18 credit hours in aviation, including at least nine hours of upper-division (3000-4000 level) courses. Students must achieve a C– or better in each course.
For the minor to appear on the student’s transcript, the student must complete the Change of Academic Program Form that can be obtained in the Aviation Institute advisor’s office. The form must be signed by the CPACS Dean and the Aviation Institute Director and returned to the Registrar’s office where it will then be noted for the transcript.
Once the student completes the requirements for a minor in aviation, the student and the Aviation Institute advisor will complete the necessary paperwork and submit it to the Registrar’s office. For additional information, contact the Aviation Institute at 554-3424 to arrange an appointment with an advisor.