Gain the knowledge and expertise to keep air and ground personnel and aviation support systems safe and secure.
A demanding but rewarding career in aviation safety requires broad-based aviation knowledge and specialized technical and procedural knowledge. UND offers a comprehensive curriculum to prepare you to be part of the next generation of aviation safety experts.
- Program type:
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn an aviation safety degree?
Aviation Safety Degree Program
Pursue opportunities for internships with airlines, NTSB, FAA, aviation insurance companies and aircraft manufacturers.
UND Aerospace is a world-renowned center for aerospace learning. We are nationally acclaimed for our achievements in collegiate aviation education, atmospheric research, space studies and earth system science and policy research.
We offer specialized academic and career advisement to aviation students. Our graduates are highly recruited by major airlines and the FAA.
Raise your grades by getting free academic support at UND. We offer individual tutoring sessions, along with specialized writing and math support programs.
Let our team of academic advisors help you plan your major. You'll also have access to personalized Degree Map software to keep you on track to graduate in four years.
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Why consider UND's aviation safety degree?
Graduates with an aviation safety degree can play a crucial role in maintaining safety standards. They develop industry best practices, create guidelines for passenger safety and oversee the training and compliance of flight crews and ground operations personnel to ensure strict adherence to safety protocols.
The typical duration to complete a bachelor's degree in aviation safety is four years, which is the standard duration at UND for full-time students.
Of course! At UND, the bachelor's in Aviation Safety and Operations is 100% online, providing flexibility for students to complete their degree without the need to come to campus.
A degree in aviation safety opens up various career opportunities within the aviation industry. Graduates may pursue roles such as safety managers, accident investigators, safety analysts and safety inspectors, developing and overseeing safety programs, accident investigation, data analysis and regulatory compliance. The median annual wage of occupational health and safety specialists and technicians, which encompasses aviation safety, is $75,240 per year.
Certifications and licenses associated with aviation safety degrees may vary based on specific programs and career paths. Some common certifications include Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Aviation Safety Officer (CASO) and various Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certifications relevant to aviation safety roles.
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