Master of Science in International Air Transport Operations Management - Máster en Dirección de Operaciones de Transporte Aéreo
The Master of Space Operations is a postgraduate award offered by the School of Engineering and Information Technology. It is designed for postgraduate scholars and professional managers with appropriate undergraduate qualifications in management or a related discipline and/or extensive relevant professional experience who wish to gain a more detailed understanding of the managerial and technical skills and expertise relevant to planning, operation and acquisition of space systems.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Space Operations program aims to allow students to develop a high level of understanding of the issues associated with the planning, operation and acquisition of space systems.
Students undertaking the MSpaceOps are required to complete eight coursework courses (48 UOC). Students must complete the four core courses and draw on the list of scheduled courses below to complete the remaining program requirements.
•ZEIT8007 Space Operations (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8011 Space Systems Technology (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8013 Space Applications 1 (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8303 Project Mgmt Body of Knowledge (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8009 Global Navigation Systems (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8012 Space Systems Engineering (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8219 Satellite Communications (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8221 Spaceborne Imaging Technology (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8230 Requirements Practice (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8231 Test and Evaluation (6 UOC)
•ZEIT8403 Capability Option Analysis (6 UOC)