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4 years full-time or equivalent part-time
Computing, Health and Science
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Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Business
Major In Aviation
Recommended for students who want to enter the aviation industry in non-flying roles. The major provides a broad professional education and introduction to the core industry activity of flying people and freight from point to point. It also allows students to plan their career path into a range of options within the aviation industry.
Flight Planner, Aviation Operations Controller, Load Controller, CASA Regulator, Fixed Based Operations Officer, Accident Investigator
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The aviation major is for those students who want to enter the aviation industry in non-flying roles. The major is designed to provide a broad professional education and introduction to the core industry activity of flying people and freight from point to point. The major will allow the student to plan a career path into a range of options within the aviation industry.
This major requires a total of 120 credit points (eight units) selected from the list below.
|SCA1125||Fundamentals of Flight||15|
|SCA1113||Aircraft Propulsion 1||15|
|SCA1114||Light Aircraft Performance||15|
|Plus 30 credit points (two units) from the following:|
|SCA3322||Aircraft Propulsion 2||15|
|SCA1117||Human Factors in Aviation||15|
|SCA3321||Professional Aeronautical Attitudes and Techniques||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: