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MBA Aviation Management


Hindustan Aviation Academy
Location: Bengaluru
Job type: Contract/Locum
Contact: Mani Paul
Sector: Business & Administration
Job Role: Courses
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The two-year Masters Degree MBA (Aviation) is offered with the following objectives: 
  • To help students learn the fundamentals of aviation science, a higher level of management and its applications in the aviation sector. It also aims to develop student’s interest in aviation and related fields.
  • To encourage students to undertake project work related to their field of specialisation during the course which will help the student to think beyond the confines of the classroom. 
  • To develop  managers with interdisciplinary knowledge on Aviation and Management
  • To prepare students to take the responsibility of full line of human resource and planning functions of an aviation establishment.
  • To develop higher level managers for solving real-time aviation problems and implementing immediate solutions with a focus on safety, quality, competency and holistic approach.
  • To help in the overall growth of the students by training them in attitude, social behaviour, decision making, goal setting, focusing and working towards realising the goal.
The Civil Aviation industry provides enormous employment opportunities in India and abroad.  From pilots to cabin crew, ground support staffs to maintenance specialists the employment opportunities have more than doubled in recent years in the aviation sector. The rapid modernization of airports into state-of-the-art has also translated into the creation of additional opportunities.
a)  Line Maintenance Management
b) Base Maintenance Management
c)  Logistics Management
d)  Aircraft Operation Management
e)  Planning of Aircraft Servicing
 
f)  Ground Equipment Management

g) Airport Services Management; Transportation, Hospitality, Air Cargo (Logistics) & Baggage Handling, Fuel Supply Management & Quality Control, Estate Management and Air Field Security.
h) Corporate Fleet Management; purchase, leases and charters. 
With the number of passenger aircraft expected to double in the next five years and with the installation of improved infrastructure at all the major airports, Higher level Aviation Management graduates are expected to be in good demand in the near future in India and abroad.
The two-year Masters Degree MBA (Aviation) is offered with the following objectives: 
  • To help students learn the fundamentals of aviation science, a higher level of management and its applications in the aviation sector. It also aims to develop student’s interest in aviation and related fields.
  • To encourage students to undertake project work related to their field of specialisation during the course which will help the student to think beyond the confines of the classroom. 
  • To develop  managers with interdisciplinary knowledge on Aviation and Management
  • To prepare students to take the responsibility of full line of human resource and planning functions of an aviation establishment.
  • To develop higher level managers for solving real-time aviation problems and implementing immediate solutions with a focus on safety, quality, competency and holistic approach.
  • To help in the overall growth of the students by training them in attitude, social behaviour, decision making, goal setting, focusing and working towards realising the goal.
The Civil Aviation industry provides enormous employment opportunities in India and abroad.  From pilots to cabin crew, ground support staffs to maintenance specialists the employment opportunities have more than doubled in recent years in the aviation sector. The rapid modernization of airports into state-of-the-art has also translated into the creation of additional opportunities.
a)  Line Maintenance Management
b) Base Maintenance Management
c)  Logistics Management
d)  Aircraft Operation Management
e)  Planning of Aircraft Servicing
 
f)  Ground Equipment Management

g) Airport Services Management; Transportation, Hospitality, Air Cargo (Logistics) & Baggage Handling, Fuel Supply Management & Quality Control, Estate Management and Air Field Security.
h) Corporate Fleet Management; purchase, leases and charters. 
With the number of passenger aircraft expected to double in the next five years and with the installation of improved infrastructure at all the major airports, Higher level Aviation Management graduates are expected to be in good demand in the near future in India and abroad.

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