The Air Navigation Systems Department at National Aviation University (NAU) is the top-level institution for teaching and research in the field of air navigation and air traffic control. The Department is responsible for training air navigation specialists in the theoretical and practical aspects of air navigation and air traffic control. Its faculty members are highly experienced professionals in the field, who have received advanced degrees in the subject.
The Department offers a variety of courses, both undergraduate and graduate, as part of its programmes. Undergraduate courses cover topics such as air navigation, air traffic control, aircraft systems, and aircraft performance. Graduate courses cover topics such as air navigation systems, air traffic management, and aircraft operations. The Department also offers specialised courses in air traffic control, air navigation systems, and air traffic management.
The Air Navigation Systems Department at NAU has a number of research laboratories and centres for research and development of air navigation systems and air traffic control. These include the Air Navigation Systems and Air Traffic Control Lab, the Aircraft Systems and Performance Lab, and the Air Traffic Management Lab. These facilities allow students to gain hands-on experience in analyzing and designing air navigation systems and air traffic control systems.
The Department also provides internships and other types of practical training. Students are given the opportunity to work alongside experienced professionals in air navigation, air traffic control, and aircraft systems and performance. These internships provide students with an opportunity to gain valuable experience and knowledge in these areas.
The Department of Air Navigation Systems at NAU offers a variety of degree programmes, including Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. All programmes are designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to become successful professionals in the field. The Department also offers a range of certificate programmes, including those in air navigation and air traffic control, aircraft systems and performance, and air traffic management.
The Air Navigation Systems Department at NAU is committed to providing students with the best possible education and training in this field. The Department provides students with access to the latest technology and research, and its faculty members are experienced professionals who provide students with the highest standard of education. The Department also maintains close ties with the aviation industry and other related industries, and offers many opportunities for students to gain experience and knowledge in this field.
We invites you to obtain an educational degree "Bachelor" on the following specializations within the specialty 272 "Aviation Transport":
- Systems of air navigation services (curricula correspond to the international specialty ATSE - Air Traffic Safety Electronics ), qualification according to the national classifier - 3132 Radioelectronics.
- Unmanned aircraft complexes qualification according to the national classifier - 3144 Operator of ground control means of unmanned aerial vehicle / 3121 IT specialist.
- Air Traffic Service Manager qualification according to National Classifier - 3144 Air Traffic Controller / 3152 Engineer for traffic safety.
We also invite you to receive the Master's Degree on the basis of the already acquired "Bachelor" level in specialties within the specialty 272 "Aviation Transport":
- Systems of air navigation service qualification according to the national classifier - 2149.2 Engineer of automated air traffic control systems / 2149.1 Researcher.
- Unmanned aeronautical complexes qualification according to the national classifier - 2149.1 Researcher / 2148.2 Specialist in geosystem monitoring of the environment
- Air Traffic Service Qualifications according to the National Classifier - 2149.2 Air Traffic Management Engineer / Traffic Service Manager.
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