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Airline Management

Airline Management is a comprehensive program concerned with the safe handling of passengers and their properties, like baggage and cargo, as well as the efficient and effective management and operation of flights across the airways of the world.

The program speaks of complete, relevant, and updated subject that conform to the needs of the aviation industry. Beside the basic higher education requirements on English, natural and social sciences, the Airline Management curriculum includes subjects like marketing, ticketing, reservations, air cargo, cabin attendancy, catering, weight and balance, personality development, history of aviation and world geography on the commercial aspect of the course and subjects like meteorology, navigational aids, air laws, air safety, airport/airline operations on the technical side.

 

 

For First Year, Revised 2018. Academic Year 2018-2019

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
Engl Plus Basic English 3 0 3
GE1 Contemporary World 3 0 3
GE2 Understanding the Self 3 0 3
GE3 Reading in Phil.History 3 0 3
TTM 100 Principles of Tourism 3 0 3
MGMT 1 Principles of Management 3 0 3
AMGT 112 History of Aviation & World Geography 3 0 3
AMGT113 Airline Ticketing Procedures 3 0 3
CM 1 The Commandments & Morals 1 0 1
PE 11 Self-Testing Activities 2 0 2
NSTP 1 National Service Training Program 3 0 3
30 0 30
SECOND SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
GE7 Purposive Communication 3 0 3
GE8 Mathematics in the Modern World 3 0 3
MI Math of Investment 3 0 3
MKTG 1 Principles of Marketing 3 0 3
AMGT 121 Theory of Flight 3 0 3
AMGT122 Air Laws & Civil Air Regulations 2 0 2
AMGT 123 Flight Attendant and Cabin Services 3 0 3
CM 2 The Creed 1 0 1 CM1
PE 12 Fundamental of Rhytmics Act 2 0 2 PE11
NSTP 2 National Service Training Program 3 0 3 NSTP1
26 0 26

SECOND YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
GE4 Mathematics in the Modern World 3 0 3
GE5 Science,Technology and Society 3 0 3
ACCTG 1 Fund of Accounting(Sole Prop.) 6 0 6
AMGT 211 Airline Sales Principles and Practices 3 0 3
AMGT212 F & B Service & Mgmt 2 0 2
AMGT213 Aviation Safety & A/L Emergency Procedures and Practices 3 0 3
AMGT214 Computer Reservation System 3 0 3
CM 3 The Sacraments 1 0 1 CM2
PE 21 Group Games & Sports/Martial Arts 2 0 2 PE
Math Enhancement 3 0 3
29 0 29
SECOND SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
GE9 Ethics 3 0 3
PD Personality Development 3 0 3
ACCTG 2 Partnership & Accounting 3 0 3 ACCTG1
ACCTG 3 Corporation Accounting 3 0 3 ACCTG2
AMGT222 Cargo Handling Packaging & Warehouse 3 0 3
AMGT223 Airport & Airline Opt and Practices 3 0 3
AMGT224 F & B and Catering Services 2 0 2
AMGT225 Basic Weight Balance 3 0 3
CM 4 Bible Study 3 0 3 CM2
PE 22 Recreational Activities 2 0 2 PE
28 0 28

Upon completion of the First two years of the course, the students will be conferred the certificate of Associate in Airline Management provided he/she has undergone the 200 hrs ON-THE-JOB Training ( Requirement for graduation in Associate in AM)

THIRD YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
GE6 Entrepreneurial Mind 3 0 3
FL 1 Foreign Language 1 3 0 3
AMGT 313 Air Traffic Control Management 3 0 3
AMGT 314 A/L Business Org & Management 3 0 3
TQM Total Quality Management 3 0 3
LAW 1 Obligation and Contract 3 0 3
Research 1 Thesis Writing 1 3 0 3
21 0 21
SECOND SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
GE10 Great Books 3 0 3
FL 2 Foreign Language 2 3 0 3 FL 1
HRD Human Resource Devt. 3 0 3
AMGT322 International Trade 3 0 3
AMGT 323 Aids to Air Nav & Airways Oper. 3 0 3
MIS Management Information System 3 0 3
GE11 Art Appreciation 2 0 2
GE12 Rizal Life and Works 0
20 0 20

FOURTH YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
AMGT 410 Flight Control Oper & A/C Mgmt 3 0 3  
AMGT 412 Quality Control in Airline Operation 3 0 3  
AMGT 413 Financial Mgmt of A/C and Airline Operation 3 0 3  
    9 0 9  
SECOND SEMESTER
Subcodes Descriptive Title Lec Lab Units Pre-req
AMGT 423 OJT/Practicum (600 HRS) 6 0 6 AMGT223
    6 0 6  

Upon completion of the Four-Year course, the students will be conferred the degree in Bachelor of Science in Airline Management
provided he/she has undergone the 600 hrs ON-THE-JOB Training

SUMMARY
First Year 30+26 = 56 units
Second Year 29+28 = 57 units
Third Year 21+20 = 41 units
Fourth Year 9+6 = 15 units
Total = 169 units

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