The Master’s degree programme in Aviation Sciences is organised as an interdisciplinary programme. It is based on three main spheres of aviation sector: Aviation Technologies and Engineering, Aviation Management, and Professional Pilotage. As well as the common courses in Aviation, students must take elective courses in one of the three below disciplines in order to graduate.
The Aviation Management Programme aims:
- To educate experienced and knowledgeable staff in theoretical and practical knowledge, who will then be capable of improving and developing the management and other business functions of airlines and airport ground handling service operations.
- To educate experienced administrators and educators in Aviation, who will then contribute to the advanced scientific research in the field.
The Aviation Technologies and Engineering Programme aims:
- To educate students in areas of aerodynamics, structure, material, flight and orbit dynamics, and air and space vehicle control.
The Professional Pilotage Programme aims:
- To educate knowledgeable and qualified senior executive pilots so that they can keep-up with technological developments.
- To provide access to the most up-to-date information in Aviation.
- To contribute to the development of the sector.