|Faculty:||DAN Management and Organizational Studies|
|Field of Study:||Aviation/Airway Management and Operations
|Description:||The Commercial Aviation Management (CAM)program at the Western University is a stepping stone to a career in aviation. CAM students will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS), with specialized courses in aviation management. In Canada, this type of aviation education is available exclusively at Western University.
The CAM program was developed in response to the changing Canadian aviation industry, which is increasingly requiring a university degree. Whether pursuing a position as a pilot, manager, or other professional career; the aviation industry values the skills acquired through a university education. The sky is the limit for graduates of the CAM program as, many choose to begin their careers, many others decide to pursue advanced education. CAM alumni have gone on to successfully complete law school and MBA’s to broaden their professional horizons.
|URL:||Commercial Aviation Management at Western University|
|Cost per year:*||
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*||80 to 86|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Flight Option: • A valid Transport Canada Category 1 Medical Certificate is required before flight training can begin • Two hours of small aircraft flying time is highly recommended • Physics SPH4U is recommended