The program structures for the Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) and the Bachelor of Aviation (Management) will change effective from Semester 1, 2008.

All new 2008 students are to follow the new program structure as outlined in the 2008 Online Handbook.

Current students are to use ONE of the following program curricula according to the year they commenced their program:

  • BAv(Flying) Program Curriculum for 2006 Commencement
  • BAv(Flying) Program Curriculum for 2007 Commencement
  • BAv(Management) Program Curriculum for 2006 Commencement
  • BAv(Management) Program Curriculum for 2007 Commencement

These curricula are available from the UNSW Aviation office.

Semester 1, 2008

The new courses for Semester 1, 2008 are listed below. Students should read the information carefully as some exclusions apply to new course enrolment.

 Course Code Name  UoC  Excluded
 AVEN1920  Intro to Aircraft Enginnering  6  AVEN1910, AVEN1310 (see i)
 AVIA2401  Aviation Law & Regulations  6  AVIA2400, AVIA3400 (see ii)
 AVIA2501  Airline Marketing Strategies  6  AVIA2500 (see iii)
 AVEN2230  Aviation Technologies  6  AVEN2910, AVEN2920 (see iv)
 AVIA3301  Simulation Applications & Air Traffic Management  6  AVIA3300, AVIA3600 (see v)
 AVIA3401  Aviation Safety & Resource Management  6  AVIA1700, AVIA2210 (see vi)
 AVEN3430  Aviation Maintenance Technologies & Operations  6  AVEN3420 (see vii)
 AVEN3940  Aircraft Evaluation & Design Appraisal  6  AVEN3930 (see vii)

i. AVEN1310 and AVEN1910 were compulsory for 2006 and 2007 students, if you failed one of these you must re-enrol in the course in 2008. If you failed both, you must enrol in AVEN1920.

ii. You are excluded from AVIA2401 if you have completed either AVIA2400 or AVIA3400. If
you failed or passed only one of AVIA2400 or AVIA3400 and need to re-enrol in one of these courses, consent must be sought from the Department.

iii. Students must not enrol in AVIA2501 if they have completed AVIA2500 before. Students who failed AVIA2500 and wish to re-enrol in this course must undertake AVIA2501.

iv. Students who failed AVEN2910 or AVEN2920 are able to re-enrol in 2008. If you failed both, you must enrol in AVEN2230.

v. Students are excluded from AVIA3301 if they have completed any of AVIA3300 or AVIA3600. If they failed or passed only one of these and need to re-enrol in the course, consent must be sought from the Department.

vi. AVIA1700 and AVIA2210 were compulsory for 2006 and 2007 students. If you failed one of these you must re-enrol in the course in 2008. If you failed both, you must enrol in AVIA3401.

vii. If you failed AVEN3230, AVEN3420 or AVEN3930 and wish to re-enrol you should approach the course coordinator for advice.

Semester 2, 2008

The new courses for Semester 2, 2008 are listed below. Students should read the information carefully as some exclusions apply to new course enrolment.

 Course Code  Name  UoC  Excluded
 AVIA1401  Introduction to Human Factors  6  AVIA2110 (see i)
 AVIA1901  Airline Economics  6  AVIA1900 (see ii)
 AVIA2801  Regional & General Aviation  6  AVIA2800, AVIA3800 (see iii)
 AVIA2601  Aviation Operations Research  6  Nil
 AVIA2701  Security & Airport Management  6  AVIA1810, AVIA1850 (see iv)
 SESC3601  Safety, Health & Environment Management  6  (see v)

i. Students are excluded from AVIA1401 if they have completed AVIA2110. Students who failed AVIA2110 must re-enrol in AVIA1401.

ii. AVIA1900 was compulsory for 2006 and 2007 students. If you failed the course, you must enrol in AVIA1901. Students must not enrol in AVIA1901 if they have completed AVIA1900.

iii. You must not enrol in AVIA2801 if you have completed any of AVIA2800 or AVIA3800. If you failed or passed only one of AVIA2800 or AVIA3800 and need to re-enrol in one of these courses, consent must be sought from the Department.

iv. AVIA1810 and AVIA1850 were compulsory for 2006 and 2007 students. If you failed one of these you must re-enrol in the course in 2008. Consent must be sought from the Department. If you failed both, you must enrol in AVIA2701.

v. Check with School of Safety Science for exclusion. SESC3601 may not be offered in S1 and S2.

Mid-Year Entry Students

  • 2005 Mid Year Entry students will be completing their final semester in Semester 1, 2008. They are to follow the new program curriculum. Students should be aware of any exclusions applied to new courses. There could be some issues for 2005 Mid-Year Entry students so please contact Jamie Chen for further information.
  • 2006 Mid Year Entry students are to follow the BAv (Mgmt) Curriculum for 2007 Commencement. They can also enrol in AVIA2601 and AVIA2801 as optional courses in Semester 2, Stage 3. Students should be aware of any exclusions applied to new courses.
  • 2007 Mid Year Entry students are to follow the BAv (Mgmt) Curriculum for 2008 Commencement. AVIA1401 is compulsory for all 2007 Mid Year Entry students and they must enrol in AVIA1401 in Semester 2, 2008. Students should be aware of any exclusions applied to new courses (i.e. AVIA2701).

Other Issues and Reminders

  • Contact Elaine Chau in the Aviation office if students have any other questions about the new program structures or their enrolment plan. Please make appointment with her by phone on +61 (2) 9385 6767.
  • Students advised to seek consent from the Department for course enrolment are to come to the Aviation office with their academic statement.
  • No 3UOC courses will be offered in 2009 onwards. 2008 will be the only opportunity to catch up on 3UOC courses.
  • Head of Department may authorise minor change of program for individual students if student numbers for any course is small.
  • All 3UOC courses run concurrently with their new courses. See Lecturers-in-Charge for more details.

Compulsory Meeting for 2nd and 3rd Year Students

A COMPULSORY meeting will be taken place in the O-Week to address the changes of programs as well as other important issues for 2nd and 3rd students.

Date: Wednesday 5th March
Time: 1400-1500 (2nd Year Students), 1500-1600 (3rd Year Students)
Location: OMB145

All students are required to attend the meeting.

Further enquiries can be directed to Ms. Jamie Chen on aviab@unsw.edu.au.