Yukon university Aviation Management Diploma


Alkan Air flight training is pleased to join with Yukon College to offer a 2 year Aviation Management Diploma program right here the Yukon. Earn your Private Pilot License and Commercial Pilot License and develop practical business skills that will support your flying career, and increase opportunities for employment. Flight training with Alkan Air allows you to learn in a unique northern climate while business courses at Yukon College can open up a world of opportunities in the aviation industry and beyond.
The Aviation Management Diploma at Yukon College trains in a unique northern climate that offers variable topography and an increased number of acceptable flying days.

The Aviation Management Diploma comprises a block transfer of pilot training credentials earned at Alkan Air (or other recognized flight school) that equals one year or 30 credits and an additional 30 credits earned at Yukon College. Students are expected to earn a commercial pilot license while concurrently earning academic credits. However, students may enter the program with some pilot training (a private pilot license for example) or a completed commercial license.

Students receive a Diploma of Aviation Management after successfully completing Transport Canada’s Commercial Pilot License, Yukon First Nation core competency, a total of 10 academic courses (30 credits) over a two-year period, as well as a 40-hour, non-credit course in Advanced Wilderness and Remote First Aid/CPR-C.

The business related portion of the Aviation Management Diploma may be transferable to other institutions. Comprehensive transfer agreements are in place with the following institutions and organizations:

  •  Athabasca University
  •  Okanagan College
  •  Royal Roads University
  •  Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA)
  •  Thompson Rivers University/Open Learning
  •  University of Lethbridge
  •  University of Northern British Columbia
Please visit https://www.yukoncollege.yk.ca/programs/info/am for more program information

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School of Management, Tourism & Hospitality
Phone: 668-8762  Fax: 867-456-8634
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