Bachelor of Aviation

For those who have recently left high-school or those who have no background in aviation studies. The Bachelor of Aviation offers two streams: Flying and Management in Aviation. The Bachelor of Aviation is a career oriented program, integrating a core academic study with aviation specific training.

Honours

For most students, the Honours year represents the fourth year of their undergraduate studies. This program introduces students to major research areas through a course of advanced lectures and major research thesis. Through the taught component of this course, students will critically examine academic and industry developments within aviation with particular emphasis towards the chosen areas of their thesis. Students must have attained a high credit average throughout the final year of the 3 years Bachelor program to be admitted into this course.

Postgraduate Coursework Programs

Graduate Certificate in Aviation Management
Graduate Diploma in Aviation Management
Master of Aviation Management

The Master of Aviation Management and its associated program, the Graduate Diploma in Aviation Management, are offered through distance education and have been specifically designed for students who are unable to attend weekly sessions at the university. The MAvMgmt is targeted towards professionals and managers who work in aviation related environments.

The Master of Aviation Management (MAvMgmt) and its associated program are available for applicants that do not have tertiary qualifications but have at least four years relevant professional experience.

Postgraduate Research Programs - Master of Science (by Research)/Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)

In addition to the taught Masters course (MScTech), the School of Aviation offers the degrees of Master of Science (MSc) by Research and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) for exceptional students at the postgraduate level in areas relating to aviation. A higher research degree requires the student to focus on a major research project under the supervision of one or two academic supervisors.

Flying Courses - Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) & ATPL Theory

Please follow the link to our Flying Operations Unit page for information on the Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) and our ATPL theory courses

Link: Flying Operations Unit - Pilot Training