Aviation is a dynamic and competitive global industry. Graduates of the aviation program often go on to become airport executives and professional pilots. Graduates also design, manage and operate the world's aviation systems. The Center for Aviation Studies is the home of education, research and outreach in aviation here at Ohio State. Committed to advancing the future of aviation, the center focuses on training the best pilots and aviation managers, utilizing the latest aviation technologies, developing cutting-edge research, and creating new business models and policies. The university also boasts the fourth busiest airport in Ohio, and one of only a few airports owned and operated by a university. Students at Ohio State can major in aviation through the College of Engineering, the College of Business or the College of Arts and Sciences. Applicants to the business or engineering programs must meet the admission requirements established by the respective college.