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All Aviation Management courses that do not involve flight instruction are available to study abroad and exchange students who meet the prerequisites and receive approval from our Programme Director. These courses are available on the Massey Manawatu campus in Palmerston North.
190.109 Aviation Studies
190.115 Introduction to Aeronautics
190.116 Introduction to Management in Aviation
190.117 Introduction to Human Factors
190.210 Aviation Safety Management
190.211 Aviation Strategic Management
190.216 Aviation Human Factors
190.220 Managing Airline Systems
190.222 Basic Air Safety Investigation
190.224 Environmental Impacts of Aviation
190.225 Introduction to Research Methods in Aviation
190.240 Air Power
190.306 Airline Strategic Management
190.308 Airport Operational Management
190.309 Design of Airways and Air Traffic Systems
190.313 Advanced Aviation Human Factors
190.314 Legal Issues in Aviation
190.317 Evaluation Methods in Aviation
190.318 Air Transport Economics
190.321 Air Accident and Incident Investigation
190.327 Managing Cultures in Aviation
190.340 Contemporary Issues in Aviation Security
A wide range of our College of Creative Arts courses are open to everyone. Others, such as studio courses, require a portfolio in order to enrol. Trailers have been created for some of these popular studio courses.
Most of our Veterinary Science courses are only open to full-degree students at Massey. Study abroad and exchange students are allowed to enrol in the following Vet courses if they meet the prerequisites and receive approval from our Programme Director. These courses are available on the Massey Manawatu campus in Palmerston North.
193.124 Comparative Anatomy for Veterinary Technologists
193.304 Animal Emergency Response
193.305 Advanced Animal Behaviour
Check out Animal Science, Equine, Physiology and Zoology if you are looking for additional courses that might credit back to your Pre-Vet or Veterinary Science degree at your home university.
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Last updated on Monday 23 July 2018