TeamDCU Podcast: Aviation Management

Apr 10, 2020, 06:00 AM

Kate Goodman, a third year Aviation Management student in Dublin City University, chats with broadcaster Leanne Hanafin about why she chose the course. The first three years of the course provide students with a general introduction to business analysis, the aviation sector, technical aspects of piloting and industry relevant work experience. In final year, one can opt to enter flight training to qualify as a commercial pilot or choose to follow more specialist studies in aviation management

Kate Goodman, a third year Aviation Management student in Dublin City University, chats with broadcaster Leanne Hanafin about why she chose the course. The first three years of the course provide students with a general introduction to business analysis, the aviation sector, technical aspects of piloting and industry relevant work experience. 
In final year, one can opt to enter flight training to qualify as a commercial pilot or choose to follow more specialist studies in aviation management

Intro
00.20 -Why Kate chose the BSc Aviation Management at DCU. 

01.30 -Think the BSc Aviation Management could be for you? 
-The mix of business and aviation 

2.00 -Busting some mis-conceptions- 
-The career paths in this huge and growing industry. 

3.00 -What to expect in first year. 
-modules that are covered 

3.50 -Getting a good grounding and knowledge in the first year 
-some points to know for second year. 

5.50-Third year and the Intra placement. 
-How the placement really helps to bring everything together.

9.20 Looking ahead to final year
-Three streams in your final year
Pilot studies
Air Traffic Control
Business of Aviation.

11.40-Want to study Aviation Management? 
-what you need points wise
-what entry paths are available if you need extra support.

13.20-The sky's the limit! 
-Career options in the aviation industry

Closing: