Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Aviation (Management) is for people interested in pursuing a career in flight operations on or off the flight deck. If you have aviation industry experience or licenses you might be looking to further your qualifications to a tertiary level.The degree shares a common academic core with the flying stream, but instead of flight training you do a range of courses in management areas such as Operations Management, Aviation Economics, Law and Regulations, Airline Marketing and Safety.
This comprises of a set of compulsory courses plus electives. The academic program comprises course in aviation management, and aviation safety as well as core courses in enabling mathematics and physics
Standard entry requirements
- Australian students, an ATAR of 80
- International UNSW Foundation Studies, 7 Points with C+ in English: IB, 26 points
- Entry requirements for those with other qualifications are available on request.
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