Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Aviation (Flight Operations) will prepare students for a career as a professional airline pilot capable of managing a multi crew environment. This course will equip students with skills and knowledge relating to aerodynamics, navigation, meteorology, flight planning and other aeronautical knowledge required for an Air Transport Pilot Licence. To obtain a Commercial Pilot Licence and Command Instrument Rating, students will need to complete the Graduate Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations) in addition to the Bachelor of Aviation. All practical flight components beyond the first solo in the circuit area of your training are delivered in the Graduate Diploma.
20 units (144 credit points)
- Aviation flight operations
Standard entry requirements
Year 12 or equivalent. English language requirements apply.
Exit awards: Diploma of Aviation (Flight Operations); Associate Degree of Aviation (Flight Operations).
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Students will be required to gain a 'Class 1' medical certificate at their own expense during the first term of study. Students will also be required to obtain at their own expense a Student Pilot Licence and Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC). Some units require students to attend residential school. Recommended study: English, Maths, Physics. To find out more about CQUniversity's English language requirements visit www.cqu.edu.au/elp.