Aviation Management – General Arts and Science


The Aviation Management – General Arts and Science program at Algonquin College teaches theory and 250 hours of flight time, in partnership with the Ottawa Flying Club and Ottawa Aviation Services, to prepare students to become commercial pilots.

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(Please note this was previously referred to as a Mobile Learning Program)


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Ontario College Diploma
2 Years

Program Code: 0438K01FWO
Academic Year: 2013/2014


Our Program

This two-year Ontario College Diploma program* is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to become a commercial pilot. Through a series of classroom-based courses and hands-on practical labs, students develop the required level of proficiency to complete the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence written examination (CPAER) and practical flight test.

Algonquin College has contracted the Ottawa Flying Club and Ottawa Aviation Services to provide up to 250 hours of flight time experience. During the final term, students can select one of the following areas of specialization: flight instructor, advanced multi-IFR, or seaplane rating. Each of these options may offer students numerous opportunities for direct-entry jobs with aviation employers.

In response to the aviation industry's desire to employ graduates with a strong background in business and management education, students receive a solid foundation in business management, which allows Algonquin graduates to obtain work in various facets of the aviation industry including entry-level management positions.

As part of the College's commitment to training highly-qualified graduates, the program also offers practical skills that enhance employment opportunities, such as first aid, fuel handling, aircraft handling, winter operations, cockpit resource management, maintenance skills and dispatching.

* Upon graduation students will receive an Ontario College Diploma in General Arts and Science, with concentration in Aviation Management.

This program is part of Algonquin's mobile learning initiative. All students entering into the program are expected to have and use a laptop or mobile computing device that meets or exceeds the recommended hardware requirements as designated by the program. Students in mobile learning programs will use their devices to enhance their learning experience, obtain and work with course materials, participate in collaborative and mlearning environments and become skilled, confident users of the technologies used within an educational environment and workplace. Hardware and software specifications are outlined at http://www3.algonquincollege.com/mlearning/. Computers and supplies can be purchased directly from Algonquin's New Technology Store at educational rates.

SUCCESS FACTORS

This program is well-suited for students who:

  • Are organized in their work and pay attention to detail.
  • Want to work in a challenging environment.
  • Have strong observational and analytical skills.

Your Career

Graduates may find employment with charter service companies as line pilots flying passengers and freight, land or sea-based and single or multi-engine airplanes. Graduates who choose an Instructor rating may begin teaching ab-initio students on the principles of safe aircraft operations. Flight instruction is an entry-level position and one that is currently in demand worldwide. Due to the recent increase in hiring within the airline industry many instructors have moved into the airlines leaving employment opportunities for graduates.

Courses

Programs at Algonquin College are delivered using a variety of instruction modes. Courses may be offered in the classroom or lab, entirely online, or in a hybrid mode which combines classroom sessions with online learning activities. Upon registration, each full-time student is provided an Algonquin email account which is used to communicate important information about program or course events.
Level: 01 Hours
AVI8810 Students prepare for the Transport Canada Private Pilot Licence written exam (PPAER). Subjects covered include: (i) Canadian aviation regulations (ii) Aerodynamics and theory of flight (iii) Meteorology (iv) Airframes, engines and systems (v) Flight instruments (vi) Radio and electronic theory (vii) Navigation (viii) Flight operations (ix) Licensing requirements (x) Human factors, including pilot decision-making.

Co-requisites: AVI8851
Private Pilot Ground School Students prepare for the Transport Canada Private Pilot Licence written exam (PPAER). Subjects covered include: (i) Canadian aviation regulations (ii) Aerodynamics and theory of flight (iii) Meteorology (iv) Airframes, engines and systems (v) Flight instruments (vi) Radio and electronic theory (vii) Navigation (viii) Flight operations (ix) Licensing requirements (x) Human factors, including pilot decision-making.

Co-requisites: AVI8851
105.0
AVI8811 Students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to operate an airplane at the level of proficiency required to qualify for the Transport Canada Private Pilot Licence. Students study and practise all exercises that are demonstrated during the flight test with a Transport Canada designated flight test examiner. Flight Training I Students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to operate an airplane at the level of proficiency required to qualify for the Transport Canada Private Pilot Licence. Students study and practise all exercises that are demonstrated during the flight test with a Transport Canada designated flight test examiner. 40.0
AVI8812 Through opportunities to examine concepts that may qualify for industry certification, students begin work on their practical skills. Consideration of topics like first aid, winter operations, de-icing and pre-heating, fuel handling, loading passengers and cargo, extends the students capabilities beyond proficiency in operating an aircraft. Practical Skills Training I Through opportunities to examine concepts that may qualify for industry certification, students begin work on their practical skills. Consideration of topics like first aid, winter operations, de-icing and pre-heating, fuel handling, loading passengers and cargo, extends the students capabilities beyond proficiency in operating an aircraft. 30.0
AVI8842 The principles and processes used to establish and function within a safety system are integral to all aspects of practical skills training in aviation. Students learn the principles of a safety management system as they relate to all aviation operators ranging from small charter services through to major airlines. Safety Management Systems The principles and processes used to establish and function within a safety system are integral to all aspects of practical skills training in aviation. Students learn the principles of a safety management system as they relate to all aviation operators ranging from small charter services through to major airlines. 30.0
DAT8810 Students learn a variety of business software applications. Students produce assignments using the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of products. Blackboard and other computer-based training products are tools used to support and enrich the classroom learning and to familiarize the learner with this educational software. It is recommended that for the online component, students should have MS OFFICE 2010 on their laptop. Computer Business Applications Students learn a variety of business software applications. Students produce assignments using the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of products. Blackboard and other computer-based training products are tools used to support and enrich the classroom learning and to familiarize the learner with this educational software. It is recommended that for the online component, students should have MS OFFICE 2010 on their laptop. 45.0
ENL1813T Communication remains an essential skill sought by employers, regardless of discipline or field of study. Using a practical, vocation-oriented approach, students focus on meeting the requirements of effective communication. Through a combination of lectures, exercises, and independent learning, students practise writing, speaking, reading, listening, locating and documenting information, and using technology to communicate professionally. Students develop and strengthen communication skills that contribute to success in both educational and workplace environments. Communications I Communication remains an essential skill sought by employers, regardless of discipline or field of study. Using a practical, vocation-oriented approach, students focus on meeting the requirements of effective communication. Through a combination of lectures, exercises, and independent learning, students practise writing, speaking, reading, listening, locating and documenting information, and using technology to communicate professionally. Students develop and strengthen communication skills that contribute to success in both educational and workplace environments. 45.0
MAT8810 Technical calculations are essential skills in the aviation field. Students first study the manipulation of numerical and algebraic expressions and solve a variety of measurement problems. Students study lines and angles, basic geometric and solid geometric figures. Students manipulate trigonometric functions and solve problems involving the trigonometry of right triangles and vectors. Students solve related applied problems drawn from their field of study. Mathematics Essentials I Technical calculations are essential skills in the aviation field. Students first study the manipulation of numerical and algebraic expressions and solve a variety of measurement problems. Students study lines and angles, basic geometric and solid geometric figures. Students manipulate trigonometric functions and solve problems involving the trigonometry of right triangles and vectors. Students solve related applied problems drawn from their field of study. 60.0
Level: 02 Hours
AVI8820 Students develop the knowledge and skills required by a commercial pilot. Classes prepare students for completion of the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence written exam (CPAER). Subjects include: (i) Canadian aviation regulations (ii) aerodynamics and theory of flight (iii) meteorology (iv) Airframes, engines and systems (v) Flight instruments (vi) Radio and electronic theory (vii) Navigation (viii) Flight operations (ix) Licensing requirements, and (x) Human factors including pilot decision making.

Prerequisites: AVI8810

Co-requisites: AVI8881
Commercial Pilot Ground School Students develop the knowledge and skills required by a commercial pilot. Classes prepare students for completion of the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence written exam (CPAER). Subjects include: (i) Canadian aviation regulations (ii) aerodynamics and theory of flight (iii) meteorology (iv) Airframes, engines and systems (v) Flight instruments (vi) Radio and electronic theory (vii) Navigation (viii) Flight operations (ix) Licensing requirements, and (x) Human factors including pilot decision making.

Prerequisites: AVI8810

Co-requisites: AVI8881
105.0
AVI8821 Students develop the advanced skills necessary to fly a fixed wing single engine aircraft to the level of proficiency of a Commercial Pilot Licence. Specific skill areas addressed include dual flight instruction, solo flight, a 300nm cross-country, instrument flying and a night rating.

Prerequisites: AVI8811
Flight Training II Students develop the advanced skills necessary to fly a fixed wing single engine aircraft to the level of proficiency of a Commercial Pilot Licence. Specific skill areas addressed include dual flight instruction, solo flight, a 300nm cross-country, instrument flying and a night rating.

Prerequisites: AVI8811
110.0
AVI8823 Students examine the operating principles involved in the functions of an aircraft and its systems. Principles of physics, aerodynamics, electricity and electrical systems form the basis of the knowledge that students explore. In addition to a consideration of aircraft maintenance requirements, students become familiar with routine maintenance and servicing operations. Practical examples and hands-on experience are emphasized. Aircraft Engines and Systems Students examine the operating principles involved in the functions of an aircraft and its systems. Principles of physics, aerodynamics, electricity and electrical systems form the basis of the knowledge that students explore. In addition to a consideration of aircraft maintenance requirements, students become familiar with routine maintenance and servicing operations. Practical examples and hands-on experience are emphasized. 60.0
AVI8843 Effective and efficient functioning of a flight crew in the cockpit of a large aircraft requires important skills. Students consider the multi-crew environment and develop the skills to manage people and tasks in a highly complex and challenging environment. Students also review the environmental impact on the human body during flight as part of human factors training. Human Factors and Crew Resource Management Effective and efficient functioning of a flight crew in the cockpit of a large aircraft requires important skills. Students consider the multi-crew environment and develop the skills to manage people and tasks in a highly complex and challenging environment. Students also review the environmental impact on the human body during flight as part of human factors training. 30.0
ENL8830 Students develop critical elements of workplace communication with emphasis on clear writing techniques. In addition, students give presentations supported by technology and assess their own communication skills.

Prerequisites: ENL1813T
Communications II Students develop critical elements of workplace communication with emphasis on clear writing techniques. In addition, students give presentations supported by technology and assess their own communication skills.

Prerequisites: ENL1813T
45.0
MGT8813 Students explore the development and principles of modern management practices. Class discussions and activities consider the roles and functions, critical tasks and emerging issues facing today's managers. Emphasis is placed on the changing workplace, work teams and the role of technology in organizations. Throughout, students are encouraged to be effective problem solvers, strong leaders and valuable decision makers. These are skills that make them an invaluable asset to any business. Management Students explore the development and principles of modern management practices. Class discussions and activities consider the roles and functions, critical tasks and emerging issues facing today's managers. Emphasis is placed on the changing workplace, work teams and the role of technology in organizations. Throughout, students are encouraged to be effective problem solvers, strong leaders and valuable decision makers. These are skills that make them an invaluable asset to any business. 60.0
Choose one from equivalencies: Hours
GED0438K Students choose one course, from a group of general education electives, which meets one of the following four theme requirements: Arts in Society, Civic Life, Social and Cultural Understanding, and Science and Technology.

Equivalencies: ARC9001 or DSN2001 or ENV0002 or FAM1218 or GED1896 or GED5002 or GED5004 or GED5005 or GED5006 or GED5009 or GED5300 or GED6022 or GEN1957 or GEN2000 or GEN2007 or GEN2009 or HIS0001 or HIS2000 or HOS2228 or LIB1982 or MGT7330 or MVM8800 or PSI1702 or RAD2001 or PSI0003
General Education Elective Students choose one course, from a group of general education electives, which meets one of the following four theme requirements: Arts in Society, Civic Life, Social and Cultural Understanding, and Science and Technology.

Equivalencies: ARC9001 or DSN2001 or ENV0002 or FAM1218 or GED1896 or GED5002 or GED5004 or GED5005 or GED5006 or GED5009 or GED5300 or GED6022 or GEN1957 or GEN2000 or GEN2007 or GEN2009 or HIS0001 or HIS2000 or HOS2228 or LIB1982 or MGT7330 or MVM8800 or PSI1702 or RAD2001 or PSI0003
45.0
Level: 03 Hours
AVI8822 To enhance their value to potential employers, students continue the expansion of their knowledge and skills through wilderness survival training and emergency First Aid. Students also examine the requirements of healthy lifestyles for pilots and importance to maintain category 1 Aviation Medical Certificate. Practical Skills Training II To enhance their value to potential employers, students continue the expansion of their knowledge and skills through wilderness survival training and emergency First Aid. Students also examine the requirements of healthy lifestyles for pilots and importance to maintain category 1 Aviation Medical Certificate. 30.0
AVI8830 Students undertake the in depth training required for an advanced rating. Topics to be covered include Multi-Engine Flying, Canadian Aviation Regulations, Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and Procedures, Meteorology III, Instruments, and Radio and Radar Systems.

Prerequisites: AVI8820 and AVI8871

Co-requisites: AVI8881
Instrument Rating Ground School Students undertake the in depth training required for an advanced rating. Topics to be covered include Multi-Engine Flying, Canadian Aviation Regulations, Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and Procedures, Meteorology III, Instruments, and Radio and Radar Systems.

Prerequisites: AVI8820 and AVI8871

Co-requisites: AVI8881
90.0
AVI8831 Building on previous flight training, students accumulate the knowledge, skills and flying time to qualify for the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence and Multi-Engine Rating. Students complete their flight tests for the Commercial Pilot Licence and the additional ratings. Students also log the minimum of 200 hours total flight time required for the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence.

Prerequisites: AVI8821
Flight Training III Building on previous flight training, students accumulate the knowledge, skills and flying time to qualify for the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence and Multi-Engine Rating. Students complete their flight tests for the Commercial Pilot Licence and the additional ratings. Students also log the minimum of 200 hours total flight time required for the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot Licence.

Prerequisites: AVI8821
50.0
AVI8833 Building on knowledge and skills acquired earlier in the program, students work with actual aircraft components and systems. Practical examples and hands-on experience are emphasized. Classes may be scheduled off campus at the Canada Aviation and Aerospace Museum.

Prerequisites: AVI8823
Applied Aircraft Maintenance Building on knowledge and skills acquired earlier in the program, students work with actual aircraft components and systems. Practical examples and hands-on experience are emphasized. Classes may be scheduled off campus at the Canada Aviation and Aerospace Museum.

Prerequisites: AVI8823
60.0
MAT8820 Technical calculations are essential skills in the aviation field. Students first review the manipulation of algebraic expressions; solve systems of linear equations, quadratic equations and equations involving fractions. Students manipulate radicals and algebraic expressions with fractional exponents. Students study exponential and logarithmic functions and solve exponential and logarithmic equations. Students solve ratio, proportion and variation problems.

Prerequisites: MAT8810 or MAT8050P
Mathematics Essentials II Technical calculations are essential skills in the aviation field. Students first review the manipulation of algebraic expressions; solve systems of linear equations, quadratic equations and equations involving fractions. Students manipulate radicals and algebraic expressions with fractional exponents. Students study exponential and logarithmic functions and solve exponential and logarithmic equations. Students solve ratio, proportion and variation problems.

Prerequisites: MAT8810 or MAT8050P
60.0
MGT8824 Students explore the principles of marketing, market research, product pricing and costing, service as a primary product to the concepts, advertising methods, target marketing, factors in consumer preference and assessment of guest satisfaction. Students work on team projects that offer experience in learning customer service concepts and principles. Marketing and Customer Service Students explore the principles of marketing, market research, product pricing and costing, service as a primary product to the concepts, advertising methods, target marketing, factors in consumer preference and assessment of guest satisfaction. Students work on team projects that offer experience in learning customer service concepts and principles. 45.0
Choose one from equivalencies: Hours
GED0438K Students choose one course, from a group of general education electives, which meets one of the following four theme requirements: Arts in Society, Civic Life, Social and Cultural Understanding, and Science and Technology.

Equivalencies: ARC9001 or DSN2001 or ENV0002 or FAM1218 or GED1896 or GED5002 or GED5004 or GED5005 or GED5006 or GED5009 or GED5300 or GED6022 or GEN1957 or GEN2000 or GEN2007 or GEN2009 or HIS0001 or HIS2000 or HOS2228 or LIB1982 or MGT7330 or MVM8800 or PSI1702 or RAD2001 or PSI0003
General Education Elective Students choose one course, from a group of general education electives, which meets one of the following four theme requirements: Arts in Society, Civic Life, Social and Cultural Understanding, and Science and Technology.

Equivalencies: ARC9001 or DSN2001 or ENV0002 or FAM1218 or GED1896 or GED5002 or GED5004 or GED5005 or GED5006 or GED5009 or GED5300 or GED6022 or GEN1957 or GEN2000 or GEN2007 or GEN2009 or HIS0001 or HIS2000 or HOS2228 or LIB1982 or MGT7330 or MVM8800 or PSI1702 or RAD2001 or PSI0003
45.0
Level: 04 Hours
AVI8832 Students develop the practical skills and knowledge required to be employed as a flight dispatcher. Education as a flight dispatcher enhances graduating students' value to potential employers by broadening their capabilities beyond proficiency in operating an aircraft. Flight Dispatcher Students develop the practical skills and knowledge required to be employed as a flight dispatcher. Education as a flight dispatcher enhances graduating students' value to potential employers by broadening their capabilities beyond proficiency in operating an aircraft. 30.0
AVI8841 This course is driven by the student's choice of Aviation Electives. In any of the chosen options the practical training requires approximately 50 hours of flying either as an instructor candidate, on floats or Advanced Multi-IFR.

Prerequisites: AVI8831
Flight Training IV This course is driven by the student's choice of Aviation Electives. In any of the chosen options the practical training requires approximately 50 hours of flying either as an instructor candidate, on floats or Advanced Multi-IFR.

Prerequisites: AVI8831
50.0
AVI8844 New generation aircraft are better equipped and can provide the pilot with a great deal of useful information that can enhance safety and situational awareness. Students explore the technology used in today's modern aircraft cockpit, such as Flight Management Systems, Auto Pilot/land systems and GPS Technology. Aviation Automation Technology New generation aircraft are better equipped and can provide the pilot with a great deal of useful information that can enhance safety and situational awareness. Students explore the technology used in today's modern aircraft cockpit, such as Flight Management Systems, Auto Pilot/land systems and GPS Technology. 30.0
MGT8834 Students develop the basic skills required to operate or work in a small business. The economy and its impact, business finance and various business organizations (sole proprietorship, corporations) are discussed. Students receive job readiness training and resume assistance. Business Essentials Students develop the basic skills required to operate or work in a small business. The economy and its impact, business finance and various business organizations (sole proprietorship, corporations) are discussed. Students receive job readiness training and resume assistance. 60.0
SSC8810 Through examination of the basic components of ethical thought and moral decision making, students learn to identify areas of ethical concern, discuss those areas with respect and sensitivity to divergent views and make decisions on ethical issues using these components. This process increases and enlivens the moral sense and sensitivity of the students, enabling them to conduct themselves with integrity in their professional and personal lives. In addition, students examine the impact of the Aviation Industry on the environment and seek opportunities to reduce the human impact on climate change. Ethics and Environmental Sustainability Through examination of the basic components of ethical thought and moral decision making, students learn to identify areas of ethical concern, discuss those areas with respect and sensitivity to divergent views and make decisions on ethical issues using these components. This process increases and enlivens the moral sense and sensitivity of the students, enabling them to conduct themselves with integrity in their professional and personal lives. In addition, students examine the impact of the Aviation Industry on the environment and seek opportunities to reduce the human impact on climate change. 45.0
Elective: choose 1 Hours
AVI8840A Students complete all of the training required to become a Transport Canada certified flight training instructor. Thirty hours entail one-on-one instruction with a class I Flight Instructor and are an additional cost based on ground instruction rates. Twenty hours are group work focusing on instructional design and techniques.

Prerequisites: AVI8820

Co-requisites: AVI8891
Instructor Rating Students complete all of the training required to become a Transport Canada certified flight training instructor. Thirty hours entail one-on-one instruction with a class I Flight Instructor and are an additional cost based on ground instruction rates. Twenty hours are group work focusing on instructional design and techniques.

Prerequisites: AVI8820

Co-requisites: AVI8891
45.0
AVI8840B Students complete the required training for the Float (Seaplane) endorsement that opens up opportunities as a bush pilot in commercial freight and passenger charter services in remote areas and Northern Canada.

Prerequisites: AVI8820

Co-requisites: AVI8891
Float Rating Students complete the required training for the Float (Seaplane) endorsement that opens up opportunities as a bush pilot in commercial freight and passenger charter services in remote areas and Northern Canada.

Prerequisites: AVI8820

Co-requisites: AVI8891
45.0
AVI8840C Students prepare to complete the Transport Canada practical flight test for a group 1 multi-engine instrument rating. During this ground school students are exposed to flight planning in an IFR environment for complex aircraft including turboprop and multi-crew aircraft. Students experience hands-on training in multi-engine aircraft and in advanced simulation trainers while working in pairs in a simulated multi-crew environment.

Prerequisites: AVI8820

Co-requisites: AVI8891
Advanced Multi - IFR Students prepare to complete the Transport Canada practical flight test for a group 1 multi-engine instrument rating. During this ground school students are exposed to flight planning in an IFR environment for complex aircraft including turboprop and multi-crew aircraft. Students experience hands-on training in multi-engine aircraft and in advanced simulation trainers while working in pairs in a simulated multi-crew environment.

Prerequisites: AVI8820

Co-requisites: AVI8891
45.0

Fees & Expenses

Tuition Fees: $1,304.75 per term.

Information Technology Fee: $62 per term. *

Mobile Computing Fee: $150 per term.**

eTextbook Fees: $258.14 in Level 01 and $83.07 in Level 02. ***

Incidental Fee: $5.99 in Level 01.

Student Activity/Sports Fee: $210.50 per term.

Student Commons/Auditorium Fee: $22 per term.

Student Centre Building Fee: $17.50 per term.

Health Service Fee: $20 per term.

Health Plan Fee: $117.02 paid once annually. ****

A $40 graduation fee is payable in the final term.

A $25 transcript fee is payable in the first term a student attends Algonquin College.

International Students pay all relevant Canadian fees plus an International Premium of $4,600 per term.

* Students paying the Information Technology fee are provided with a network account, an email address, and Internet access. For more information please visit our website at www.algonquincollege.com/its/services/it_fee.htm.

** The Mobile Computing Fee covers the costs associated with providing various services to students registered in a mandatory laptop programs.

*** The eTextbook fee includes most of the required text and digital resources. The resources will be provided at the beginning of each term.

**** Students who have coverage with another plan can request a refund by supplying the Students' Association with documentation supporting the request. This request will have to be made annually.

Flying Costs: $50,000 plus tax.
Textbooks and Supplies: $1,000 Transport Canada
Exam Costs: $2,000

Note: Flying costs are not a fundable activity and are subject to change without notice.

Flight Training costs are paid separately and are estimated to be
approximately $50,000 plus tax for the two-year program. (Please note that Flight Training costs are subject to change without notice.) Contact the program coordinator for complete details.

Admission Requirements 

College Eligibility

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR
  • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR
  • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR
  • Mature student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which there is a current fee of $40 (subject to change).
Program Eligibility
  • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).
  • Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) or equivalent.
  • Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of either: IELTS-International English Language Testing Service-Overall band of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each band; OR TOEFL-Internet-based (iBT)-overall 80, with the minimum of 20 in each component: Reading 20; Listening: 20 Speaking: 20, Writing: 20.
Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Applicants are required to complete a Category 1 Aviation Medical Exam prior to the start of the first term of this program.

Application Information

Applications to full-time day programs must be submitted with official transcripts showing completion of the academic admission requirements through:

ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, Ontario N1G 5J3
1-888-892-2228

Students currently enrolled in an Ontario secondary school should contact their Guidance Office to apply. For all other applicants, applications are available online at www.ontariocolleges.ca.> A $95 fee applies.

Applications for Fall Term and Winter Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis as long as places are available.

International applicants applying from out-of-country can obtain the International Student Application Form at https://xweb.algonquincollege.com/FormIE/index.aspx or by contacting the Registrar's Office.

For further information on the admissions process, contact:

Registrar's Office
Algonquin College
1385 Woodroffe Ave, Room C150
Ottawa, ON K2G 1V8
Telephone: 613-727-0002
Toll-free: 1-800-565-4723
TTY: 1-866-620-3845
Fax: 613-727-7632
Email: AskUs@algonquincollege.com

Additional Information

Students are required to complete a Category 1 Aviation Medical Exam prior to the start of the first term of this program.

Some classes will be scheduled off campus at the Ottawa Flying Club, Ottawa Aviation Services or Canada Aviation and Space Museum locations. Students are responsible for their own transportation and any associated cost.

Note: Elective courses are subject to minimum enrolment.

For more information, contact Bruce Dwyer, Program Coordinator, at 613-727-4723 ext. 3309 or bruce.dwyer@algonquincollege.com.

Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this publication. The College reserves the right to modify or cancel any course, program, fee, timetable, or campus location at any time