B.S. in Aviation Business Administration

Worldwide Embry-Riddle Bachelors Aviaiton Business Administration

Full-Time/Part-Time taught at ERC Institute

The Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration (BSABA) program is designed for students seeking to lead and manage in the world of aviation.

Balancing key aviation concepts with advanced business strategy, the curriculum provides students with a solid foundation of industry expertise while developing the sharp business acumen demanded at the highest levels of an organization. The program explores all facets of business administration, including accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management, and global business strategies. Upon graduation, students will be eligible and qualified candidates for desirable staff, operational, and executive positions within the military sector or civilian business community.

The degree curriculum consists of General Education, Common Undergraduate Business Core, Transfer Credit (when applicable) and the BSABA Core and Electives.

As part of the college of business undergraduate degree, students will take a comprehensive exam in MGMT 436 (Strategic Management).


General Education

General Education Core
ENGL 123English Composition3
SPCH 219Speech3
ENGL 222Business Communication3
HUMN 330Values and Ethics3
SOCI 210Introduction to Sociology3
ECON 210Microeconomics3
ECON 211Macroeconomics3
MATH 111Pre-calculus for Aviation3
STAT 211Statistics with Aviation Applications3
CSCI 123Introduction to Computing for Data Analysis3
PHYS 123Science of Flight3
WEAX 201Meteorology I3
Total Credits36
Common Business Core
MGMT 210Financial Accounting3
MGMT 201Principles of Management3
MGMT 317Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 312Managerial Accounting3
MGMT 221Introduction to Management Information Systems3
MGMT 332Corporate Finance I3
MGMT 311Marketing3
MGMT 390Business Law3
MGMT 436Strategic Management3
MGMT 335International Business3
MGMT 420Management of Production and Operations3
Total Credits33
Singapore Specific Core
RSCH 202Introduction to Research Methods3
COIN 496Co-Operative Education *1-4
*When taken as a part of the BSABA degree, COIN 496 is a 3 credit hour course, and credit hours are approved by the Program Coordinator.
Total Credits6
Aviation Management Core
MGMT 352Business Quantitative Methods3
SFTY 350Aircraft Crash and Emergency Management3
BSAB 410Management of Air Cargo3
BSAB 415Airline Management3
MGMT 408Airport Management3
BSAB 450Aviation/Airport Marketing3
MGMT 411Logistics Management for Aviation/Aerospace3
SFTY 345Aviation Safety Program Management3
MGMT 427Management of the Multicultural Workforce3
Total Credits27

Electives or Minor

Specified Electives Option: ( Choose 18 credits from the approved list below)
ASCI 254, AMNT 416**, BSAB 410**, BSAB 412**, BSAB 415**, BSAB 418**, BSAB 425**, BSAB 416 **, COMD 322, ECON 312, ECON 315**, ECON 411, ECON 420**, MGMT 314**, MGMT 317, MGMT 321, MGMT 322, MGMT 324, MGMT 331, PMGT 325**, MGMT 392, MGMT 394, MGMT 408**, MGMT 411**. MGMT 420, MGMT 422, PMGT 424, MGMT 427, MGMT 440, PMGT 461, MGMT 492, MGMT 494**, SCTY 400, SCTY 420, SCTY 430, SFTY 345**, SFTY 350**, SFTY 320, SFTY 330, SFTY 409, Any course listed in the Aviation Safety Minor.
** If course taken as core requirement, the course cannot also be counted as an elective.
Total Credits18


Minor Options
Choose Minor from list below. Some minors could result in more than 120 total hours.
Total Credits18

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Total Degree Requirements120