Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI)
Accreditation is a system for recognizing educational institutions and/or their professional programs that achieve and maintain a level of performance, integrity and quality that entitles them to the confidence of the educational community, the industry and the public they serve.
Accreditation has three fundamental purposes:
- to ensure the quality of the institution or program
- to assist in the improvement of the institution or program
- to maintain relevance of education with the industry it serves
The Ohio State University, Center for Aviation Studies is seeking accreditation for the following programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Aviation, College of Engineering, with Professional Pilot Specialization
- Bachelor of Science in Aviation, College of Engineering without Professional Pilot Specialization
- Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences: Air Transportation, College of Arts &Sciences, with Professional Pilot Specialization
- Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences: Air Transportation, College of Arts &Sciences, without Professional Pilot Specialization
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Specialization in Aviation Management, Fisher College of Business
Additional information about AABI and the accreditation process can be found at www.aabi.aero
Academic Assessment Plan
The Center for Aviation Studies has implemented a formalized assessment plan in order to evaluate all aspects of the academic programs. This will ensure that students graduating from The Ohio State University have recieved the education neccesary to succed in the aviation industry.
The Academic Assessment Plan can be viewed here.
For questions contact:
Shannon McLoughlin Morrison