AVIATION MANAGEMENT
 
1. Information About the Program

	
As the aviation sector develops rapidly, there is also a need for multi-directional managers who can conceptually think at the same time and 
dominate operational-level activities, while also being able to quickly make decisions in the aviation sector where competition is intensifying. 
The number of personnel needed by the sector is also increasing. There is a high demand in aviation management professionals who know 
international civil aviation rules and regulations, fluent in foreign langauges and are have highly effective communication skills. 
The Aviation Management program aims to educate professionals to work in the management of aviation services and in airline enterprises. 
We aim to give this necessary education support and close the gap.
One of the booming sectors of the 21st century is undoubtedly aviation. The sector pertain versatile economic and technical equipment’s and this comparably brings about enhanced value. Due to its nature, the education provided needs to entail innovative, multi-functional and versatile theoretical and practical educationWe are following the dynamic nature of the aviation sector closely; therefore we strive to continuously update and excel our programs to adhere to standards of EU, ICAO and IATA. Our aim is raise students that possess competencies and skills that are shortlisted in the field of global aviation. We envision undertaking international and global strategic cooperation with various aviation bodies to enable us to create synergy in the upbringing of the distinct graduates.
Today, air transportation is one of the fastest growing sectors. Our students who receive quality education in the area of civil aviation management will have a chance to find employment anywhere in the world.

3. Career Opportunities
Students who graduate from this program can become managers in airlines, at airports, or leading service providers of aviation or they can form their own company related with their expertise.



COURSE CONTENTS

MATH 101 MATHEMATICS
  First and second order equations with single variable. Inequaities. Linear equations, graphics. Absolute values. Cartesian coordinate system. System of linear equations. Gauss elimination method. Systems with variables. Functions. Graphical representation of functions. Linear functions and their applications in management. Second degree functions and their applications in management.
ENGL 101 ENGLISH 1
  Tenses - Advanced Level / Gerund, Infinitive and Participle Constructions / Mass and Unit / Adjectives and Adverbs / Relative and Other Clauses / Modal Verbs and Concepts / Passive Constructions / Reported Speech / Conditional Constructions / Variations of Conditional Constructions
COMP 101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
  Introduction to The World of Computers / History of Computing / What Is a Computer System / How Does A Computer System Process/
MGMT 101 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT I
  Principles and practices of contemporary business / Industrial Revolution / Factors of Production / International Business / Forms of business Enterprise / fundamentals of management /understanding formal and informal organisations / human relations within an organisation / motivation theories and techniques / union-management relations / marketing and consumer behaviour / product and pricing decisions/ computer in today's business environment / financial markets
ECON 101 MICROECONOMICS
  Basic Concepts of Economics / Consumer Theory: Budget Constraint, Preferences, Utility/ Choice; Demand and Changes in Demand / Consumer's Surplus / Individual and Market Demand / Intertemporal Choice, Uncertainity and Information / Theory of the Firm: Technology, Producer's Problem: Profit Maximization- Cost Minimization / Cost Curves, Firm Supply, Industry Supply / Imperfect Competition: Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly / Factor Pricing and Distribution
MATH 102 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
  Determinants and matricies and their applications. Solution of linear system of equations. Matrix inversion. Cramer's rule. Diferentiation. Optimization. Cost-effectiveness analysis. Multi variable functions. Partial derivatives. Applications. Integral. some integrals, area calculation.
COMP 102 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
  Communication of Data / Information Processing /  Hardware and Software / Word Processing and Desk-Top Publishing
ENGL 102 ENGLISH II
  Advanced Practices to Develop Reading, Listening, Writing and Oral Presentation Skills
 
MGMT 102 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT II
  Principles of Management introduces management as a discipline and process.  This course also includes evolution and scope of management, decision-making, planning, strategy, organizing, staffing, leading, control, change, and the importance of management in the global environment and ethical considerations of management decisions.
TURK 100 TURKISH I
  Orthographic Rules / Phonetics / Semantics / Wording / Language
ECON 102 MACROECONOMICS
  National Income Accounting / Determination of National Income / Aggregate Demand and The Multiplier / Money and Modern Banking / Central Banking and the Monetary System / Monetary and Fiscal Policy in a Closed Economy / Unemployment / Inflation / Open Economy Macroeconomics / International Monetary System and International Finance / Monetary and Fiscal Policy in an Open Economy / Problems of
STAT 201 BASIC PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  Introduction to Statistics / Summarizing Descriptive Relationships / Measures of Central Tendency / Mod, Median, Means / Measures of Variability/ Grouped Data /Probability Theory / Random Variables / Probability Distributions/ Joint Probability Distributions
ENGL 201 WRITING SKILLS
  Advanced level tenses / Gerund, Infinitive and Participle Constructions / Mass and Unit / Adjectives and Adverbs / Relative and Other Clauses / Modal Verbs and Concepts / Passive Constructions / Reported Speech / Conditional Constructions / Variations of Conditional Constructions and applications
ACCT 201 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
  Accounting in Action / The reporting Process / Adjusting the Accounts / Completion of the Accounting Cycle / Accounting for Merchandising Operations / Inventories / Accounting Principles / Internal Control and Cash / Receivables / Plant Assets, Natural Resources and Intangibles / The Sstatement of Cash Flows
MGMT 201 ORGANIZATION THEORY
  This course covers both the theoretical and empirical research on human behavior in business, public, and nonprofit institutions. Begins with the examination of internal structures such as hierarchy and authority and structural variations. Addresses the dynamic aspects of organization behavior, including such topics as leadership, motivation, supervision, communication, and control. The impact of cultural and ethical issues on organizational behavior is also covered.
AVMN 201 INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL AVIATION
  Subject of this lesson is, development in civil aviation; aviation terminology; international civil aviation system; national aviation system; international civil aviation agreements; Description of civil aviation administration, management, management function, classification of civil aviation business, position in history and tourism sector, the transport in the World, in Turkey and the future of aviation.
STAT 202 APPLIED STATISTICS
  Continuous Random Variables and Probability Distibutions / Joint Distributions / Sampling and Sampling Distributions / Point and Interval Estimations / Hypothesis Testing / Simple linear regression / Method of least squares / Multiple Regresssion/ Additional Topics in Regression / Nonparametric Statistics / Analysis of Variance 
ENGL 202 PUBLIC SPEAKING
  Why public speaking matters today / Speaking confidentiality / The importance of listening / Audience Analysis / Finding a purpose and selecting a topic / Researching your speech / Supporting ideas and building arguments / The body of a speech / Introductions and conclusions / Outlining / The importance of language / Delivering the speech / Presentation aids: Design and usage / Speaking to inform and entertain / Persuasive speaking
ACCT 202 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
  Accounting in Action / The reporting Process / Adjusting the Accounts / Completion of the Accounting Cycle / Accounting for Merchandising Operations / Inventories / Accounting Principles / Internal Control and Cash / Receivables / Plant Assets, Natural Resources and Intangibles / The Statement of Cash Flows
COMP 202 E-COMMERCE
  Explores what an e-business is and how it is managed. E-Business is an interdisciplinary topic encompassing both business and technology. Basic business aspects and applications throughout the business world include commercial business, government, education, and health services. The major characteristics, opportunities, and limitations of this form of business are explored. Students study various issues and risks that exist in the rapidly changing world of e-business.
AVMN 202 FLIGHT THEORY
  This course aims to define basic principles related to the theory of flight through an examination of the structural and aerodynamic features of aircraft. At the end of the course students will be able to define the physical features of air. They will also be able to explain international standard atmosphere and the theory of flight, especially the basic principles (aerostatic, aerodynamic). They will be able to classify aircraft and define infrasonic, transonic, and supersonic flights and other factors relating to aircraft.
FINA 301 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
  Determination of Corporate Cost-of Capital / Capital Budgeting Techniques/ Project Cash Flow estimation / Capital Budgeting and Risk / Capital Structure and Leverage / Dividend Policy / Derivatives and Risk Management / Preferred Stock / Leasing / Warrant and Convertibles / Merger and Multinational Financial Management
MRKT 301 MARKETING
  Defining Marketing and Marketing Process / Marketing Environment / Managing Marketing Information / Consumer Markets and Consumer Buyer Behaviour / Business Markets and Business Buyer Behaviour / Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning / Product Service and Branding Strategies / Pricing and Strategy / Marketing Channels and Supply Chain Management / Marketing Communication Strategy
AVMN 301 AIRCRAFT TYPES & PHRASEOLOGY
  Subject of this lesson is, definitions; Flight operations; Aeroplane performance operating limitations; Aeroplane instruments, equipment and flight documents; Aeroplane communication and navigation equipment; Aeroplane flight crew; Flight operations officer/flight dispatcher; Cabin crew; Security; Altimetry system performance requirements for operations in RVSM airspace; Flight time and flight duty period limitations; First-aid medical supplies; Aeroplane maintenance.
Subject of this lesson is   ICAO Annexes and Docs. And IATA publications, terms, abbreviations, definitions, phraseology and acronyms used in aviation. Phraseolgy; ICAO  Document 4444,  Aır traffic servıces messages; ATC phraseologies; general area control services; approach control services;   radar phraseologies; alerting phraseologies; ground crew/flight crew phraseologies.
AVMT 301 METEOROLOGY (ANNEX III )
  Subject of this lesson is, (basic sources are ICAO Annexes and Docs. Eurocontrol, FAA and CAA of UK) definitions;objectives, determinations and provisions of meteorological service; Supply, quality assurance and use of meteorological information; Meteorological watch offices; Volcanic ash advisory centres; State volcano observatories; Tropical cyclone advisory centres; Aeronautical meteorological stations and observations; Agreement between air traffic services managements and meteorological authorities;ions and reports of volcanic activity; Aircraft observations and reports; Special aircraft observations.; Reporting of aircraft observations during flight; Forecasts; SIGMET and AIRMET information, aerodrome warnings and wind shear warnings and alerts; Aeronautical climatological information; Service for operators and flight crew members , search and rescue services.
AVMN 305 AVIATION LAW
  This course focus, the branch of low that concerns flight, air travel, and associated legal and business concerns, IATA, ICAO, EUROCONTROL, IFAPLA, EASA, JAA, pilot rights, passenger rights, aircraft accidents, aviation insurance, aviation transportation and civil aviation investigation board.
MGMT 302 QUANTITATIVE METHODS
  Basic statistical concepts / hypothesis testing / mathematical foundations – calculus / probability theory / linear algebra / sampling techniques / non parametric statistics / statistics for productivity and quality
AVMN 304 AIRPORT MANAGEMENT
  This course examines airports as facilities, how their management has changed and developed in Turkey and elsewhere, as it has come to a new understanding of how to determine and evaluate income and expense resources. Students learn to view the airport as a system, so that they can explain the managerial functions needed for airports and will be able to interpret today's needs and future requirements for airports in Turkey and elsewhere in the world.
MGMT 304 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
  Small business formation and management / Theories of entrepreneurship / characteristics and types of entrepreneurs / creativity / family business as SMEs / Strategical Management, Human Resources Management, Marketing, Finance and Communication practices in SMEs/ Entrepreneurship / Success Stories
AVMN 306 AIRLINE TRANSPORTATION
  This course introduces students to learn the basic concepts of air transportation, transportation systems and transportation sub-systems, including alI general features of air transportation systems and sub-systems. At the end of the course, students will be able to explain the economic and social benefits of transportation. They will be able to compare strengths and weaknesses of transportation systems and explain the basic concepts related to air transportation. They will be able to summarize the general structure of air transportation and explain the economic and social benefits of the system. They will also understand the place and importance of airports and services in air transport and will be able to explain technical and financial arrangements in the industry.
AVMN 308 AIRLINE MANAGEMENT
  This course examines airports as facilities, how their management has changed and developed in Turkey and elsewhere, as it has come to a new understanding of how to determine and evaluate income and expense resources. Students learn to view the airport a a system, so that they can explain the managerial functions needed for airports and will be able to interpret today's needs and future requirements for airports in Turkey and elsewhere in the world.
MGMT 401 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  The New Role of Information Systems and New Opportunities / The Strategic Role of Information Systems / The Effects of Information Systems on Quality / Technical Foundations of Information Systems / Telecommunications and Networks / The Internet: Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business / Building Information Systems / Approaches to System- Building / Management and Organization Support Systems / Data Base Management Systems / Data Warehouse - Data Miningo
AVMN 401 AIR TRAFFIC RULES & SERVICES
  Subject of this lesson is, ICAO Annex 11 and Doc. 4444,definitions; general, air traffic control service, flight information service, alerting service, air traffic services requirements for communications, air traffic services requirements for information, traffic information broadcasts by aircraft and related operating procedures.
MGMT 405 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
  General Principles of Human Resources Management (HRM) / HR Planning In The Organizations / Job Analysis, Job Design / Methods of Employee Selection / Personnel Orientation / Training and Development / Organizational Socialization and Career Management / Job Evaluation, Involved Concepts and Methods / Performance Appraisal and Systems / Base Wage and Salary Systems
AVMN 403 AVIATION SAFETY & SECURITY
  This course aims to supply the knowledge and competence necessary to managing aviation safety. Students will study basic concepts related to aviation safety and will be able to discuss the factors affecting human performance. They will understand the concept of aviation safety as it relates to culture, using management models, software for dispatcher resource management programming, and safety management systems.
This course examines arrangements related to aviation security and the importance of security in aviation activities. After this course: students will be able to explain the basic concepts and describe the arrangements related to aviation security. They will be able to list airport security zones and explain plans and programs related to airport security. They will also be familiar with airport security applications and will be able to discuss and evaluate new developments in aviation security.
MGMT 402 MANAGEMENT POLICY
  The Content of Strategy / The process of Strategic Management / External Analysis / Internal Analysis / Operations-level strategy / Business-level strategy / Corporate -level strategy / International-level strategy / The Challenges of Change and Organizational learning / System Levers / Action Levers

CURRICULUM

Aviation Management (English) Total Credit: 126