Undergraduate Academic Programs
We offer safety-related bachelor's degrees across all of our campuses. Our Daytona Beach and Prescott campuses provide a residential experience, while our Worldwide campus allows you to earn your degree online. We also offer classes and degrees at our Asia campus.
- BS in Aeronautical Science (Daytona Beach, Prescott)
- BS in Aeronautics (Daytona Beach, Prescott, Worldwide/Online, Asia)
- BS in Aerospace and Occupational Safety (Daytona Beach)
- BS in Air Traffic Management (Daytona Beach, Prescott)
- BS in Aviation Maintenance (Worldwide/Online)
- BS in Aviation Maintenance Science (Daytona Beach)
- BS in Human Factors Psychology (Daytona Beach, Prescott)
- BS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (Prescott)
- BS in Safety Management (Worldwide/Online)
All of these undergraduate programs include the option to pursue a minor in aviation safety.
Graduate Academic Programs
The Prescott campus offers a long-standing Master of Science in Safety Science that has educated generations of safety leaders in both military and civilian settings. Students in the Master of Science in Safety Science program can choose the Aviation Safety track or the Occupational Safety track. Students also have access to facilities like the Robertson Accident Investigation Lab.
For students seeking the flexibility of an online environment, the Worldwide campus offers a Master of Science in Aviation Safety. Like the residential degree offered at Prescott, this program offers an industry-leading curriculum designed to meet the current and emerging needs of the aviation and aerospace industry.
The Daytona Beach campus offers residential master’s degrees in aviation, human factors, and occupational safety management. The Daytona Beach campus also offers a Ph.D. in Aviation with specializations in aviation safety or aviation human factors.
The Aviation Safety graduate certificate is an online 12-credit program. This specialized curriculum addresses aviation safety as applied to the aviation industry. Students who complete the graduate certificate can complete 18 more credits to earn their Master of Science in Aviation Safety.