The courses will be taught according to the curriculum determined in the Department of Aviation Management. The main aim of the program is to train qualified staff with a strong focus on aviation management, focusing on airport planning-design and management, air transportation management. The program has a comprehensive and intensive curriculum designed to prepare graduates for their aviation management career. Well-trained personnel is the most significant element that will provide a safe transportatıon in the field of aviation which requires expensive and extensive investments. As a result of the rapid developments that the Turkish Civil Aviation Industry has shown in recent year, the requirements of aviation staff determined by the sector has also changed. The Department of Aviation Management was established as a result of the need for keeping pace with this rapid change.    

Aviation Management Department aims

• To meet the growing needs of human resource of private and governmental organizations in the field of aviation
• To train aviation personnel with the aim of improving the aviation service quality of other countries in the region; To reach the critical information of the 21st-century aviation and space and to explore the innovations and to direct the college's resources to the research and development projects
• To transform the information and research results produced into economic value for our country
• To cooperate with education and research institutes in the field of aviation around the world to provide more reliable, more economical, environmentally friendly air transportation service to the world.

The department has very large business opportunities for graduates. Graduates will be able to work in both governmental organizations such as Ministry of Transportation, Directorate General of Civil aviation, General Directorate of State Airports Authority, Air Forces Command, public airports and private organizations such as airlines, catering ground handling, cargo, and logistics companies as at levels ranging from senior-executives to entry-level staff.