A rapidly growing international industry, aviation and maritime management offer a vast array of commercial and employment opportunities within all sectors of the aviation and maritime supply chain. It impacts all aspects of international business and management along the entire value chain from consumer, producer and investor perspectives. Aviation management students develop an understanding of the economics of airline operations, airports and other aviation entities, and analyse the competitive strategy implications around the development of hubs and networks. Units in this specialisation examine airline strategies, business models, marketing, finance, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, yield/cost management, forecasting, regulation, benchmarking, ancillary revenues, terminal management and cargo logistics, supply-chain management, distribution, international freight transportation, and environment issues. Our strategic partnership with the Centre for Aviation (CAPA) gives our students valuable access to industry databases, company information and aviation contacts and networks. The ports and maritime management area of study cover all aspects of global supply chains from producer, shipper, carrier, stevedore, public authority and investor perspectives. Students analyse the economics, logistics, management, financing, insurance, security and environmental impacts of international supply chains relating to bulk and containerised freight. Units cover industry concepts, quantitative techniques and management methodologies. Presentations by senior managers in the aviation and maritime industry enrich study in this field.
To meet requirements for the Aviation and Maritime Management and Logistics
in the Master's degree, you will complete five units of study (30 credit points), as follows:
(1) one 6 credit point prerequisite foundational unit of study:
(2) one six credit point compulsory (core) unit of study:
(2) three elective units of study (18 credit points) selected from the options listed for the specialisation, including:
For unit availability please refer to the "Units of study in this specialisation" section below.
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