The Bachelor of Aviation is a bachelor's degree for studies within the aviation industry. In the United States, it takes an average of 4–6 years to complete this degree. There are multiple areas of concentrations that a student can specify when going to college.
Jobs in the Industry
Students that study this degree are pursuing a job in the aviation industry. This degree can train students in engineering, electronics, flying aircraft, managing air traffic, aircraft maintenance, aviation business, and more. Careers are available in all fields of the aviation industry, including pilots, air traffic control, airport and airline management, aircraft dispatching, aircraft maintenance, and more. Some of the more specific jobs in aviation include:
- Aerospace Engineer
- Air traffic controller
- Airport management and administration
- Airport operations
- Airport security
- Airline Management
- Aviation Safety Representative
- Flight dispatcher
- Airline Crew Support
- Flight Instructor
- Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Eligibility For Bachelor Of Aviation Courses
Most universities only require that you gain admittance to the university. Aviation degrees deal in a wide variety of concentrations and each university has their own requirements. Depending on the university, enrollment in aviation courses is no different than any other academic course. Contact each university and their aviation department for their specific enrollment requirements.
- Author Unkonwn. "Admission Requirements". Southeastern Oklahoma State University Admission Requirements. Retrieved 2019-11-17.
- Griffith University - Bachelor of Aviation - Nathan
- Swinburne University | Melbourne, Australia - Bachelor of Aviation
- Edith Cowan University | Perth Australia - Bachelor of Aviation
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