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This 30-credit program focuses on Aviation Management from a business, economic, financial, legal, managerial, marketing, operational, planning and policy perspective at the national and international levels. The program focuses on contemporary issues in the following areas: aviation laws and regulations, airline and airport management, air cargo and navigation service management, safety and security, air transportation finance and economics and change management.
Students must have a Bachelor's degree in any discipline with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 or 3.2 out of 4.0 in the last two years of full-time academic studies.
The schedule is tentative and subject to change.
|Winter 2023||Spring/Summer 2023||Fall 2023||Winter 2024|
|10 REQUIRED Courses: (30 Credits)|
|CIAM 510||Overview of the Aviation Field|
|CIAM 520||Air Transportation Finance and Economics||CIAM 510|
|CIAM 521||Aviation Safety and Security Management||CIAM 510|
|CIAM 522||Aviation Law and Policy||CIAM 510|
|CIAM 523||Air Navigation Services Management||CIAM 510|
|CIAM 524||Airline Management||CIAM 510|
|CIAM 525||Airport Management||CIAM 510|
|CIAM 526||Air Cargo Management||CIAM 510|
|CIAM 540||Integrated Aviation Management Project||CIAM 510, CIAM 520, CIAM 521, CIAM 522, CIAM 523, CIAM 524, CIAM 525, CIAM 526 and CPL2 532|
|CPL2 532||Leading Change||