Bachelor or Aviation (Flying)
The aim of this program is to prepare students for a career in the aviation industry. Program 3980, the Flying stream, gives students the opportunity for flight training, preparing them for a career in flying, as a pilot.

The Flying stream consists of core courses selected from the Science and Engineering Faculties offering the program, together with a range of options. This stream additionally includes flight training to a minimum level of Commercial Pilots Licence (CPL) with additional flight training options available dependent upon student progress and requirements.

Due to the block training nature of the flight-training program, teaching periods might not correspond to standard UNSW academic sessions.

A total of 144 units of credit including 12 units of credit of General Education are required for the completion of the Bachelor of Aviation (Flying).

Bachelor or Aviation (Management)
The aim of this program is to provide an opportunity for students to prepare for a career in the aviation industry. Program 3981 is a Managerial stream which prepares students more specifically for careers in the managerial sector of the aviation industry.

The Management stream consists of core courses selected from the Science and Engineering Faculties offering the program together with a range of options. The Managerial stream offers a selection of courses designed to provide students with a broad base of knowledge in managing the operational aspects of the aviation industry.

A total of 144 units of credit including 12 units of credit of General Education are required for the completion of the Bachelor of Aviation (Management).