Bachelor of Aviation

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The Bachelor of Aviation (BAvn) is a bachelor's degree for studies in the field of aviation. It may take 3 or 4 years to complete the degree.

Aviation fields[edit]

Students who earn this degree generally receive a pilot's licence, and may work as professional pilots. This degree also trains students in engineering, and electronics, teaching students to run, fly, design, manage, and operate aviation systems all over the world. Careers are available in all fields of the aviation sector, including flight planning, support and operations, airport and airline management, government and regulatory oversight, and aviation research and development.[1]

Fields of Aviation[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bachelor of Science in Aviation". The Ohio State University-College of Engineering. 

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