Certificate in Aviation Hospitality Management
Online and On-Campus Options
The holder of a Certificate in Aviation Hospitality Management will have a depth of knowledge and a more strategic view of the aviation industry. This enhanced professional competency will enable them to become effective company representatives and a preferred source to fill managerial positions directly interfacing with customers in the aviation industry.
The Certificate in Aviation Hospitality Management is administered through the School of Aviation in the College of Liberal Arts in collaboration with the School of Hospitality Management in the College of Human Sciences. The program is intended for Aviation Management, Professional Flight, and Hospitality Management degree students, but is open to all students regularly enrolled in Auburn University.
The certificate requires 15 semester hours from the Aviation Management and Hospitality Management programs. Aviation and Hospitality program students use 6 semester hours from their core major curriculum and 9 hours from the collaborating program curriculum. Other students will take the four required courses and may choose between the remaining two. Completion of this certificate will appear on the official Auburn University transcript. Students earn the certificate by completing:
|AVMG 1010||Introduction to Aviation 1, 2||3|
|AVMG 4060||Commercial Aviation Safety 1||3|
|HOSP 1010||Introduction to Hospitality Management 3||3|
|HOSP 3700||Principles of Service Management||3|
Required Course for Aviation Program students
|HOSP 4570||Global Hospitality 3||3|
Required Course for Hospitality Management Program students
|AVMG 3140||Air Transport Industry Development||3|
Core Aviation Management and Professional Flight program course.
Pre-requisite for AVMG 3140.
Core Hotel and Restaurant Management program course.
Note: HOSP 3700 is typically offered in the Fall semester. HOSP 4750 is offered Spring semester.
General questions about how to obtain the certificate should be directed to David Tidwell, School of Aviation Undergraduate Program Officer (email@example.com).