A master’s degree is a significant academic achievement. Earning this graduate degree requires a significant investment of time and effort and often leads to a substantial increase in career options and opportunities.
What is a Master in Aviation Management? Designed for students who have earned a bachelor’s degree and worked in the aviation industry, this degree prepares those students for a variety of positions in civilian, military, and government aviation management. Programs may specialize in air traffic control, airport design and development, aircraft safety, or law, depending on students’ goals and interests. Some programs may offer internship opportunities or co-op learning experiences.
Most master’s programs in aviation, regardless of specialization, seek to instill analytic and problem-solving skills for effective aviation management at all levels. These skills are developed in conjunction with data analysis skills necessary for understanding the technical information that is a part of the field. Students can also build written and oral communication skills through research and class assignments.
The cost of an aviation management program will depend on the area of concentration and the coursework required. Students should contact the programs they are considering to get answers to questions about these and other topics.
Aviation is a growing industry, and a master’s degree can open up new career options. Some of the positions for which a master’s degree can increase the desirability of a candidate include commercial, military and corporate pilot, airport manager, air traffic controller, transportation systems manager, aircraft engineer, aircraft manufacturing manager, lawyer, and aviation consultant. As air traffic continues to increase, the demand for well-qualified candidates in these positions continues to grow.
Master of Aviation Management programs are offered by universities around the world, in person and online, and many programs are designed with flexible or part-time schedules to accommodate working professionals. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The Master of Aviation (MAv) is an advanced professional programme that offers you the opportunity to gain the skills and qualification needed to significantly enhance your career prospects in the internationally competitive aviation sector. [+]
Master of Aviation by distance learning (jointly organized with Massey University, New Zealand)PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
The Master of Aviation (MAv) is an advanced professional programme that offers you the opportunity to gain the skills and qualification needed to significantly enhance your career prospects in the internationally competitive aviation sector.PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
The MAv is a parts-based course of study which consists of papers totaling at least 180 credits comprising Part 1 and Part 2 as defined by the Schedule to the Degree, and including at least 60 credits at 800-level in accordance with either the Research Pathway or Professional Practice Pathway.
There are 2 semesters a year and you can take a maximum of 60 credits per semester.... [-]