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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Aviation Operations and Systems


Duration: 2 years (Normal)

No. of Credits: 66 academic credits* (plus 4 IC training credits)


Year 1 (33 academic credits + 4 IC training credits)

Semester 1 (16 academic credits + 2 IC training credits)
Introduction to Aviation Industries (ISE3012) 2
Warehouse Technologies and Management (ISE3014) 3
Applications of Operations Research in Aviation (ISE3015) 3
Business Law (AF3513) 3
Professional Communication in Chinese (CLC3241P) 2
CAR A - Specially-designed with English Language^ 3
Integrated Aviation Systems Project (ISE3010) 2 IC training credits
Semester 2 (17 credits + 2 IC training credits)
Systems Modeling and Simulation (ISE3004) 3
Aviation Safety and Security Management (ISE3016) 3
Engineering Costing and Evaluation (ISE431) 3
Total Quality Management (ISE404) 3
Professional Communication in English for Engineering Students (ELC3531) 2
CAR M# 3
Integrated Aviation Systems Project (ISE3010) - cont'd 2 IC training credits


Year 2 (33 credits)

Semester 1 (18 academic credits)
Service-Learning# 3
Society and the Engineer (ENG3004) 3
Airport Logistics Engineering (ISE4015) 3
Fleet and Flight Management (ISE4022) 3
Elective 1 3
Individual Project (ISE4008) 3
Semester 2 (15 academic credits)
Airport Management (LGT4012) 3
Airline Strategy and Management (LGT4800) 3
Project Management (ENG4001) 3
Elective 2 3
Individual Project (ISE4008) - cont'd 3


List of electives (Select TWO from the following subjects)  
Inflight Service Management
Environmental Management in the Travel and Hospitality Industry HTM4402
Data Management in Aviation Industries ISE3013
Mobile Technologies for Logistics Systems ISE449 
Green Legislation and Supply Chain Logistics ISE461
Aircraft Service Engineering and Logistics ISE4014
Air Flight Operations Management LGT3027
Quality Management LGT3106
Airline Operations and Revenue Management LGT3800
Information Systems for Logistics Management LGT4017

 * Those students not meeting the equivalent standard of the Undergraduate Degree LCR (based on their previous studies in AD/HD programme and their academic performance) will be required to take degree LCR subjects on top of the normal curriculum requirement. Students are recommended to take these LCR subjects preferably in year one.

^ CAR A- Specially-designed with English Language should be completed within the first year.

# General University Requirements (GUR) subjects

Students may take these subjects according to their own schedule or students are recommended to take CAR subjects in the summer term to lessen their workload.

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