Best Undergraduate Studies in Aviation Management in Asia 2019
Most aviation management programs are designed for students who wish to work in business positions within this industry. Students may take courses in aviation, management, operations and safety, along with general courses in math, science, communication and business.
The aviation and airport industry is one of the most important industries that contribute valuable assets and economic growth to our country. The airport is a gateway for
The aviation and airport industry is one of the most important industries that contribute valuable assets and economic growth to our country. The airport is a gateway for the air transportation of locals, tourists, and business travels; with many airline companies that offer various destinations, both international and domestic. In Malaysia, the growth of the airline and airport industry is increasing with better advancements and management in line with technology. Thus, the managing community plays an important part to ensure safe and efficient administration of the airport and airlines.
As this program is awarded by Bucks New University, making it the only aviation degree program this region to be accreditated by two countries, United Kingdom (QAA) and Malaysia (MQA). All the syllabus, teaching materials, marks moderating, certificate and transcript will be organized by Bucks New University, where AMC will be the learning center delivering the lecturing and marks awarding according to the academic quality control set by QAA and MQA....
The Bachelor of Aviation Management (BAvMan) provides you with essential knowledge in business and resource management with specific reference to aviation. Special emphas
Bachelor of Aviation Management (BAvMan) by distance learning (jointly organised with Massey University, New Zealand)
The Bachelor of Aviation Management (BAvMan) provides you with essential knowledge in business and resource management with specific reference to aviation. Special emphasis is placed on the discussion of key concepts and issues in management, human factors and technology and their application to aviation.
Each paper is allocated a value of 15 credits, which gives an indication of the total time that you needed to complete the assessment requirement of about minimum 10 hours of study a week per paper. The papers are divided into 3 levels-100, 200 and 300 level papers (100-level being the easiest, 300-level being the most difficult)....