Bachelor Programs in Transport Aviation

Compare Bachelor Programs in Transport Aviation

A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.

A transport aviation program deals with many aspects of the airline industry. Such a program might help students reach the goal of becoming a commercial pilot. Flying is not the only option, though, as this industry also needs skilled support staff, such as airplane mechanics and other technicians.

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Bachelor in Air Transport Systems Management

Riga Aeronautical Institute
Campus Full time 48 - 54 months September 2019 Latvia Riga

The student receives knowledge and acquires practical skills in the air transport systems management, prevention of emergency situations and obtains PPL, CPL, ATPL (frozen) licenses which allow him to work as an airline pilot. [+]

Degree: Professional bachelor of aviation

Qualification: Engineer of air transport systems management (pilot)

Training duration: 4 - 4,5 years

Knowledge and skills: The student receives knowledge and acquires practical skills in the air transport systems management, prevention of emergency situations and obtains PPL, CPL, ATPL (frozen) licenses which allow him to work as an airline pilot.

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