Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology Frequently Asked Questions
The following are some of the questions students ask us about the Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program.
Graduates recieve a Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology.
The college degree has the same level of academic rigour as a university degree but are not available at any Ontario university. They are designed to produce graduates who are immediately employable in a given occupation by providing a strong mix of theoretical and practical education.
Medicals can be taken in Toronto by Transport Canada approved medical examiner. Our suggested doctor is Dr. Gary Magee, 8188 Yonge Street, Thornhill, Ontario L4J 1W5 telephone: 905.889.2222
Yes, You will be a licensed Commercial Pilot with a Multi Engine Instrument Rating. You will also have a frozen Airline Transport Pilot licence which will take affect when you acquire 1,500 hours.
You will graduate with over 300 hours of training with approximately 200 of that being flight hours and the remainder in the simulator. (Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Licence).
Yes, students are required to wear black pants, white collar shirt, dark tie, and dark shoes.
Yes, with the same admission requirements for all students.
No, it is not required, and you do not receive any extra credit for having a pilot licence.
Seneca College offers courses in its School of Continuing Education which the college considers to be the equivalent of the corresponding Grade 12 credits. Credits in these courses can be used to satisfy the entrance requirements for the Flight Program. The Seneca Continuing Education courses and their Grade 12 university level equivalents are given below.High School/University Level Grade 12 Credit Equivalent Seneca Continuing Education Courses:
- English, ENG4(U)
- Advanced Functions, MHF4(U)
- Calculus and Vectors, MCV4(U)
- Physics, SPH4(U)
- Two additional course at the U or M level