Bachelor of Science

**Minimum General Studies**= 45**+ General Studies coursework required by major = 54***English Language minimum = 9 including:*- Take all the following:
- ENG 101GS, Expository Writing I - 3 hours
- SPCH 100GS, Fundamentals of Speech Communication - 3 hours
*Humanities minimum = 9**Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science minimum = 9*

*(Maximum of 6 hours in this section will count toward the 45 hours General Studies requirement.)*- Take the following course:
- MATH 102*, College Algebra - 3 hours
- Take 1 course from:
- MATH 103*, Plane Trigonometry - 3 hours
- MATH 115, Calculus I with Analytical Geometry - 5 hours
**Students with sufficient preparation may enter the mathematics program at a higher level.*- Take 1 course from:
- MATH 120, Finite Mathematics - 3 hours
- MATH 123, Applied Calculus I - 3 hours
*Natural Sciences minimum = 13*- Take
**ONE**of the following options: - Take 2 classes:
- PHYS 205GS, General Physics - 5 hours (Prereq: MATH 103)
- PHYS 206GS, General Physics - 5 hours
**OR**take 2 classes:- PHYS 275GS, General Physics (Calculus) - 5 hours (Prereq. or concurrently with: MATH 115 or equivalent)
- PHYS 276GS, General Physics (Calculus) - 5 hours
*Social and Behavioral Sciences minimum = 12*- Take all the following:
- ECON 271GS, Principles of Economics, Microeconomics - 3 hours
- PSY 203GS, General Psychology - 3 hours
- Take 1 course from:
- PSCI 100GS, Basic Concepts of Political Science - 3 hours
- PSCI 110GS, Introduction to American Politics - 3 hours
- PSCI 168GS, Introduction to International Politics - 3 hours
- Take 1 course from:
- GEOG 104GS, World Regional Geography - 3 hours
- GEOG 106GS, Cultural Geography - 3 hours
- GEOG 206GS, Geography of Anglo-America - 3 hours
- GEOG 305GS, Environmental Conservation - 3 hours
*Personal Development minimum = 2***BS Science-related course requirements = 0****Major = 52****Minimum total hours required coursework = 106****Unrestricted elective in 125 hour program = 19****Minimum total hours required for BS in Aircraft System Management Comprehensive = 125***All UNK degrees require a minimum of 125 hours. Forty (40) of the hours required for all UNK degrees must be upper division hours, which are courses numbered 300 or above taken at a 4-year college or university.***A. Aircraft System Management Comprehensive-Core Requirements**- Take all of the following:
- BASM 200, Private Pilot Ground - 3 hours
- BASM 291, Introduction to Aviation - 1 hour
- BASM 300, Instrument Ground - 3 hours
- BASM 303, Instrument Flight - 2 hours
- BASM 304, Commercial Ground - 3 hours
- BASM 305, Commercial Flight - 2 hours
- BASM 356, Advanced Aircraft Systems - 3 hours
- BASM 357, Advanced Aerodynamics/Aircraft Performance - 3 hours
- BASM 361, Aviation Airport Management - 3 hours
- BASM 362, Aviation Safety - 3 hours
- BASM 363, Aviation Law - 3 hours
- BASM 364, Air Traffic Control - 3 hours
- BASM 368, Multi-Engine Rating - 2 hours
**B. Aircraft System Management Comprehensive-Supporting Courses**- Take the following course:
- GEOG 209GS, Meteorology - 3 hours
- Take 3 courses:
- ITEC 425, Human Factors in the Workplace - 3 hours
- ECON 465, Economics of Transportation - 3 hours
- BMGT 380, Human Resource Management - 3 hours
- Take 1 course from:
- BMGT 314, Production and Operations Management - 3 hours

(Prereq: BMIS 181, BMIS 182, BMGT 233) - BMGT 355, Organizational Behavior - 3 hours
- Take 1 course from:
- STAT 235, Statistical Techniques for Research I - 3 hours
- STAT 241, Elementary Statistics - 3 hours
- STAT 345, Applied Statistics I - 3 hours
- BMGT 233, Business Statistics - 3 hours

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