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Bachelor of Aviation (Management)


Qualified applicants are given 54 units of advanced standing, equivalent to one and a half year full-time studies, leaving the following 12 courses (54 units) to be completed towards the Bachelor of Aviation (Management):

  1. Airline Finance
  2. Airport Management
  3. Aviation Economics
  4. Aviation Law
  5. Aviation Marketing
  6. Aviation Project
  7. Aviation Strategic Management
  8. Communications and Research Methods
  9. Human Factors 2
  10. Organisational Leadership
  11. Project Management: Principles and Strategies
  12. Risk and Safety Management Systems

For an outline of each course, please go to the University of South Australia website: www.unisa.edu.au


There are many career opportunities in the aviation industry beyond flying roles. Management graduates focus on the daily operations of airlines, airports and related businesses, requiring critical thinking and excellent communication skills. Typical roles for aviation management professionals include, manager of airport services, operations managers, planning maintenance or safety supervisors or with the appropriate accreditation, air traffic controllers.


Exempted Course at Non-local Course Registry, Education Bureau (Reference Number: 412739)
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which these courses may lead.
CRICOS Provider Number 00121B

The School reserves the right to make alterations without prior notice.

BACHELOR OF AVIATION (MANAGEMENT) is recognized under the QF
QF Level: 5 QR Registration no.: 17/000656/L5 Registration Validity Period: 01/09/2017 to 31/08/2021