City, University of London
Air Transport Management
This programme is for those who have been working within the aviation industry (for at least two years). Current students include pilots, air traffic controllers, maintenance staff, engineers and the majority have a license/professional education. We also welcome students with a military background. This Air Transport Management MSc programme is tailored towards those working who cannot attend regular university schedules. This course is compatible with The MoD's Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service (ELCAS) - an initiative to promote lifelong learning amongst members of the UK Armed Forces. If you are/have been a member of the UK Armed Forces, you could be entitled to financial support to take this course.
Core modules: Airline Operations (EPM825): the basic module for air transport, introducing all the requirements for running a successful airline Air Transport Economics (EPM823): gives you all the financial and strategic inputs in running a successful airline Airline Business (EPM831): should be taken as final core module, it combines all new knowledge into strategic business cases of successful airlines. To begin your MSc, you will be required to attend the Induction Workshop (IW), which gives you a thorough introduction into Higher Education and introduces all the tools and facilities available for your MSc. You will have to write a short essay after the IW, which will be your final assessment to be accepted into City, University of London Elective Modules: You will choose five elective modules. Each elective module is worth 15 credits. Active Safety Management (EPM836): covers the latest trends in safety management in aviation Crisis Management (EPM828): taught by the leading British crisis management consultant looks at what to do in case of a crisis Safety Risk Management (EPM973): focuses on the new risk management of all airline operations Human Resource Management (EPM822): is a popular module, with detailed People Leadership examples in aviation Psychology in Aviation Management (EPM966): is taught by one of the leading aviation psychologists, covering all psychological issues to be observed in leadership Marketing (EPM821): taught by one of the marketing experts in media and brand management Airline Operational Regulatory Compliance (EPM825): covers all regulatory questions Airline Fleet Planning (EPM829): is a comprehensive introduction to buying aircraft, fleet management and lease management Developing a Business Plan (EPM969): provides a good preparation for the business cases needed in aviation managemnet Financial Accounting (EPM824): gives you the necessary tools for understanding aviation accounting and financial reports Sustainable Aviation (EPM975): handles all sustainability questions in aviation, looking far deeper than just fuel preservation Airports and Ground Handling (EPM968): (is taught by a major airport executive and introduces management and fuctions of an airport and the ground services companies Airworthiness (EPM897): gives you a detailed introduction to the maintenance regulations and strategies Airline Maintenance (EPM906): is the module for managing maintenance departments or stand-alone MROs Airline Revenue Management and Finance (EPM972): is taught by the leading consultant on this subject, Louis Busuttil, for maximizing the revenues in a very complex airline world Safety Management - Tools and Methods (EPM833): gives a thorough introduction in managing safety pro-actively Air Accident Investigation (EPM970): is an intro to what happens after an accident Leadership in Organisations (EPM971): is a popular module for all leadership styles and questions Aviation Law (EPM978): gives the aviation manager the other side of law, what every manager needs to know of business laws Future Aviation Challenges - from Unmanned to Spaceflight Vehicles (EPM980): is a new module for UAS and space exploration Reviews of Quality, Safety and Aviation Business Functions (EPM976)
Every taught module is assessed by coursework and, for some core modules, also by examination. Each module comprises: Part I: Prior reading before the module where appropriate. Part II: Attendance at the institution (or other locations) for the module, three days. Part III: Examinations are held at the end of the core modules. Part IV: Coursework for assessment. Coursework is required within six weeks of the taught module.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|MSc||Part-time||September 2018||GBP 15,000 per (Whole course)||3 Years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Northampton Square||EC1V 0HB||London|
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