Seneca is one of Canada’s premier aviation schools and a national leader in aviation education. Renowned internationally for quality graduates, expert faculty and strong industry partnerships. Whether your goal is a career in flight, airline operations, safety management or quality assurance, you will have the skills to become a highly regarded professional in the aviation industry.
The School of Aviation will continue to be leaders in education and training of professional pilots for the global aviation industry; continue to use advanced flight-instructor technology to provide you with the necessary skills to begin a career in the aviation industry.
Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology
The Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program provides a rigorous aviation technology-based curriculum and the application of this theory to aviation. Students gain the skills and knowledge to operate a complex aircraft safely, to understand the technologies and human factors that affect the successful operation of an aircraft and to assume the professional responsibility associated with being a commercial pilot. Frequently Asked Questions
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Airline Pilot Flight Operations
As a student of the Airline Pilot Flight Operations program, you can expect a comprehensive education in airline flight operations that includes the study of airline operations and administration as well as extensive practical training to prepare you for direct entry into a First Officer position in airline operations. This program is the only graduate certificate program of its kind in Canada.
The Aviation Safety program teaches students a range of areas relevant to the aviation industry and provides them with theoretical knowledge of aviation regulations in the Canadian aviation industry as well as business, leadership and technical skills required to implement policies and procedures.
The Aviation Operations program provides students with theoretical knowledge of aviation regulations in the Canadian aviation industry as well as the technical and practical skills required to work in a variety of airside operations roles.