Technology (Aviation)

80.00
ATAR
INDICATIVE
3.0
YEARS
full-time equivalent
UNSW CANBERRA
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INTAKE
S1
MODE
Campus
Additional selection criteria: 
Defence Force Recruiting process
Assumed knowledge: 
Mathematics and Physics. Chemistry (desirable not essential)

Discover where the Bachelor of Technology (Aviation) degree could take your Australian Defence Force career.
 
As Naval graduate you become a Pilot or Maritime Aviation Warfare Officer in the Navy.
 
As an Air Force graduate you can become an Air Combat Officer of Joint Battlefield Airspace controller.
 
The Bachelor of Technology degree involves three years of study.  Year one is a common program of foundation science and engineering courses with other first year technology and engineering students.
 
In second and third years, you focus on human factors in the aviation discipline.  You develop a solid understanding of the function of Pilots, Air Combat Officers, Maritime Aviation Warfare Officers and Joint Battlefield Airspace Controllers and their role in aviation, infractructure, and safety management systems.  You develop a sound knowledge of key safety practices-components that underpin aviation.
 
Courses in aerodynamics and aviation systems incorporate problem based learning informed by academic research and industrial practice.
 
Electives and a final-semester project enable you to pursue your interests both within and outside the Technology (Aviation) discipline.
 

Key features:

– Specially developed program to meet the needs of the ADF.

– UNSW Canberra has the best university teacher-to-student ratio in Australia.

Undergraduate Discipline Coordinator (Aviation):
A/Prof John Young
 
Undergraduate Student Enquiries:
Ph: (02) 6268 8269