Aerospace Management/Criminal Justice Program

Students must take a minimum of 12 credits of Criminal Justice courses.  These 12 credits may include those courses specified in the degree requirements listed below.

A Sociology or Criminal Justice Research Project is required.  This is a substantial research paper involving original research.  CRJ 440, SOC 445, CRJ 445, or CRJ 488 will meet these requirements.  An independent study with guidance by a full-time department faculty member with the goal of producing an original quantitative or qualitative research paper also will meet this requirement.

In addition to the general education requirements, the following courses are required:

  Semester Hours
AV 102, Introduction to the Aerospace Industry 3
AV 108, Private Pilot Ground Specifics 2
AV 109, Private Pilot Ground Test Prep 1
AV 112, Private Pilot Ground School 3
AV 113, Private Pilot Flight I 1
AV 114, Private Pilot Flight II 1
AV 202, Aerospace Safety 3
AV 208, Instrument Ground Specifics 2
AV 209, Instrument Ground Test Prep 1
AV 210, Instrument Ground School 3
AV 220, Instrument Flight I 1
AV 221, Instrument Flight II 1
AV216, National Aerospace System 3
AV 300, Commercial Ground School 3
AV 316, Aerospace Transportation 3
AV 320, Commercial Flight I 1
AV 321, Commercial Flight II 1
AV 401, Airport Management 3
Total 30

Plus Option A:

AV 440, Flight Instructor Flight 1
AV 441, Flight Instructor Ground School 3
AV 457, Flight Instructor Practicum 2
Total 6

Or Option B:

AV 442, Multi-Engine Flight 1
AV 443, Multi-Engine Ground School 1
Total 2

Plus Criminal Justice Requirements:

SOC 216, Criminology or CRJ 301, Criminal Justice 3
SOC 470, Research Methods 3

CRJ 440, Seminar in Criminal Justice or
CRJ 445, Criminal Justice Internship or
CRJ 488, Criminal Procedure

3
SOC/CRJ Electives 15
Total 24