Course Detail: MGM-6200 - Airline Management in association with IATA [MGM 6200]
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's (ERAU) Airline Management, part of a joint Aviation Management Program with the International Air Transportation Association (IATA), examines the skills needed to apply management principles and techniques in today's competitive airline industry. Students will receive an overview of the air transportation industry and its importance in the twenty-first century and learn how a deregulated environment has changed the administrative and operational implementation of marketing, planning, pricing, and decision-making. Further topics include fiscal, human, and aircraft resources and their strategic allocation for maximum effectiveness in benefiting the customer, the airline, and airline stakeholders.
This course may be taken individually or toward satisfaction of Embry-Riddle's Aviation Management professional education program requirements.
What You Will Learn
Upon completing this course, students should be able to:
- Apply new knowledge and skills to make more effective managerial decisions within the airline industry
- Become more valuable employees by having a thorough knowledge of the airline industry, its function and role
- Airline functional and organizational structures
- Airline innovation and technological advances
- History and evolution of the airline industry; current trends and forecasts
- Leadership and business strategies
- Financial strategies and revenue management
- Fleet planning and technological advances
Who Should Attend
This course is recommended for:
- Aviation professionals seeking a managerial/supervisory role
- Junior-level managers in all fields of aviation
- Managers entering the aviation industry
Certificate Awarded by Embry-Riddle
A Certificate of Completion is awarded by Embry-Riddle upon successful completion of the entire Aviation Management Program (6 courses). Students are also awarded the Aviation Management Professional (AvMP) designation by IATA.
This is a 100% online asynchronous self-paced course. Coursework is web-based with no additional software required, although a reliable internet connection is recommended. This course requires approximately 45 hours of study for each course and all courses must be completed within 12 months of the purchase date (enrollment validity). After enrollment validity expires, students will not have access to the course content and will not be able to take the exam.
Student performance is assessed by an examination. Please refer to the Exam Information below for more details.
The exam for this course is online and contained within the course itself. Once the exam is opened, it must completed or the attempt is forfeited. Work cannot be saved and completed later. Students should schedule enough time to complete the final exam without interruption. For technical difficulties, please contact the ERAU Worldwide Office of Professional Education.
- Exam method: Online exam
- Exam format: Multiple-choice and true/false questions
- Number of questions: 20
- Passing grade: 70% correct answers
- Number of exam attempts: 3