Embry Riddle Aeronautical University has an MBA/A as well. They have two main campuses: Daytona Beach, FL and Prescott, AZ.
That being said, I don't think it matters if an MBA program has an Aerospace focus. I currently work for a very well known niche aerospace company, but I know quite a few people working at the primes. In my experience, there doesn't seem to be much emphasis on WHERE you get your MBA, let alone what your concentration is. The Aerospace & Defense industry seems to be pretty traditional (read: MBA is a check-off box). If you want to increase your options post-MBA, you should consider applying to the best program available.
One of the great advantages of the Aerospace industry is that most(all?) of the primes offer 80-100% tuition reimbursement for grad school (this may not be true for all departments). If you plan on staying in Aerospace post-MBA, you should try getting hired on at one of the primes and apply to a part-time program. As an example, the part-time programs at UCLA and USC are loaded with employees from Boeing, Northrop Grumman, etc.
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