The Aviation Management Certificate includes 10 courses over three terms (Fall/Winter/Spring) including: Communications in the Workplace, Advanced Aeronautics, Technical Math, Management Theory, and Advanced Meteorology.
With career opportunities in the aviation industry vast and growing in demand, future pilots can utilize this post-secondary program to help accelerate their aviation career.
A graduate of MHC’s Aviation Management Certificate who also completes flight training through Super T Aviation can expect to find employment as a flight instructor, medevac pilot, charter pilot, or commuter pilot for smaller airlines. After gaining industry experience and fulfilling the required flight time, graduates will be able to apply to work as a pilot for the major airlines. This program would also be an asset for obtaining employment with Nav Canada (the corporation that owns and operates Canada’s civil air navigation service).