This interdisciplinary major covers basic geography and environmental science,
mathematics and computer science, and physics, and upper level courses from these
disciplines plus credit for aviation courses studied at Moncton Flight College.
Each prospective student for the Major in Aviation must meet the general
admissions requirements of Mount Allison (section 3) and should declare at time of application.
Each prospective student for the Major in Aviation must obtain a Transport Canada Category 1 medical
certificate before commencing flight training.
The practical elements of the program may require training time outside the
traditional September-April teaching period. Students should consult with the Program Advisor about
the time commitment needed.
Interdisciplinary B.Sc. Program
MAJOR in Aviation is 78 credits earned as follows:
|6||from MATH 1111, COMP 1631|
|6||from PHYS 1051, 1551|
|6||from GENS 1401, 2421 |
|6||from Computer Science, GENS, Mathematics or Physics at the 2000 level chosen in consultation with the
|18||from Computer Science, GENS, Mathematics or Physics at the 3000/4000 level chosen in consultation with the
credits twelve of which are designated at the 3000/4000 level as follows:
from Moncton Flight College through completing the requirements for flight
training outlined in the Handbook for the Mount Allison Bachelor of Science
(Aviation) including the Commercial Pilot Licence with Multi-engine and Instrument
Flight Rules ratings, or
from Moncton Flight College by transfer after completion of the Diploma
in Aviation Technology (Pilot), or
from Confederation College by transfer after completion of the Aviation
Flight Management Diploma
*Consultation must occur before the student's second year of study.