Programs & Courses

Aviation Management


About the Program

The Aviation Management certificate program prepares students for a successful career in the aviation industry by offering courses in communication in the workplace, management, and geography.

This program complements Super T Aviation’s Integrated Flight Training program*, where students establish a thorough understanding of the aviation industry in Canada and around the world, as well as aviation safety, regulations and procedures.

*Please be aware that flight training costs through Super T Aviation are not included in the costs of MHC’s Aviation Management Certificate. Students should contact Super T Aviation for additional information on costs and structure of the flight training offered.

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High school route

High school diploma with

  • ELA 30-1 or ELA 30-2
  • Math 30-1 or Math 30-2
  • Science 30 or Physics 20

Mature Route

  • ELA 30-1 or ELA 30-2
  • Math 30-1 or Math 30-2
  • Science 30 or Physics 20

Graduation Requirements

To successfully complete this program students must:

  • Attain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0
  • Achieve no grade lower than C-


Fall Semester

COMM 140
Communication in the Workplace
GEOG 201 The Physical Environment
KNES 247 Intro to Wellness, Fitness and Nutrition
MATH 150
Technical Math
MGMT 161 Management Theory
Winter Semester
AMET 200
Advanced Meteorology
COMM 252 Advanced Business Communications
GEOG 332 Map and Air Photo Interpretation
MICO 191
Introduction to Microcomputers
Spring Semester
ADAE 200
Advanced Aeronautics


Career opportunities in the aviation industry are vast and growing in demand. A graduate of MHC's Avaition Management Certificate who also completes flight training through Super T Aviation can expect to find employment as a flight instructor, Medevac pilot, charter pilot, or commuter pilot for smaller airlines. After gaining industry experience and fulfilling required flight time, graduates will be able to apply to work as a pilot for the major airlines. This program would also be an asset for obtaining employment with Nav Canada (the corporation that owns and operates Canada’s civil air navigation service).

What is your education going to cost?

Aviation Management Certificate (2019-2020):

  • Tuition: $3,861
  • Students' Association Fees: $224.40
  • NSIF Fees: $171.60
  • Health & Dental: $420
  • Textbooks & Supplies: Costs to be determined


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Many programs offered at Medicine Hat College qualify for transfer credits to other institutions. In some cases, you must transfer to another institution to complete your program and gain your credential.

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Please consult the calendar or meet with an academic advisor for more information.

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