The goal of the Master program Aviation Safety Management is to educate highly qualified personnel, Master managers who are trained to plan, manage and maintain efficient Aviation safety. Students of the program Aviation Safety Management obtain quality knowledge of Aviation Safety Management, airport security and air navigation, aviation safety analysis, accident/incident investigation and reporting, human potential in aviation, crisis management, and emergency planning and are able to apply practical and scientific research in the field of Aviation Safety Management.
Degree (academic title)
- Candidates eligible to apply to the master studies must have a degree in a related field.
- Students should confirm the knowledge of business English by submitting a valid certificate or to take the exam before the Committee. The Committee is composed of three English languages teaches employed at John Naisbitt University. The Committee may on the basis of Certificate of passed exams in English allow the student not to take the test.
- Students must also submit a short resume and a cover letter.
*The program requires a Serbian language pre-course, which is organized by the Center for career development, consueling and life-long learning within the University. The course lasts for two months from end August till October, and it costs 350EUR.
Modules and courses
- Methodology of Scientific Research
- Aviation Safety Management
- Safety and Security in Aviation
- Self-Research Paper in Aviation Safety Management
Elective courses - Group 1
- Human Factors in Aviation
- Aviation Safety Analysis
Elective courses - Group 2
- Air Accident Investigation and Reporting
- Crisis Management and Emergency Planning
- Master thesis
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Last updated January 30, 2018