Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Aviation Operations and Systems
Entrance Year Sept 2023
Programme Code 45497
Mode of Study Full-time
Programme Intake 40
Fund Type Government-Funded
Credits Required for Graduation
66 (plus 4 training credits) Note: The exact number of credits depends on students' academic background.
66 (plus 4 training credits)
Note: The exact number of credits depends on students' academic background.
Prof. Xiaowen Fu MPhil, PhD
Prof. Xiaowen Fu
- To recognise the outstanding academic performance of students, the department will grant entry scholarship with total amount up to HK$30,000 to eligible students admitted to the programme via Non-JUPAS local senior year admission. Details can be found at https://www.polyu.edu.hk/ise/scholarships. It is subject to change and will be announced on department website in due course.
Aims and Characteristics
2-Year Full-time Government-funded Top-up Degree Programme
Aviation Operations and Systems (AOS) concerns the design and development, planning and scheduling, and implementation and control of various processes, operations, and systems in aviation and related industries. Particular emphasis is given to the development of new processes, new operations, new systems, and the reengineering of existing processes, operations, and systems. This enables better understanding of the complex problems and interrelationships of various aviation operations, and draws on specialised knowledge and skills in engineering, management, and social sciences to specify, optimize, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such processes, operations, and systems.