The Master’s Degree in Air Transport Systems has been designed with 90 ECTS credits.
FIRST YEAR consists of 60 ECTS credits (face-to-face education) of specific subjects for each Master's Speciality, allocated as follows:
SECOND YEAR comprises 30 ECTS credits (blended learning course) allocated as follows:
|Number of credits of the Master's Degree:||90|
|Compulsory Credits common to the Aeronautical Field:||30|
|Compulsory Credits of the Speciality:||30|
|Optional Credits and/or Internship:||15|
|Final Master Project Credits:||15|
The Master's Degree in Air Transport Systems is set around a common education conducted during the first semester of the first year, and in four different specialisations conducted during the second semester.
Air Traffic Management (ATM) Speciality
The ATM segment is presently undergoing a change and evolution process, required to adjust to the conditions demanded by the airspace user. Therefore, this speciality focuses on the definition and application of methods and techniques oriented towards design, organisation and management of air space, and development, implementation and exploitation of new operational concepts.
A graduate specialised in Air Traffic Management is able to identify, evaluate and propose the required measures for ATM development.
Airports and Air Transport (ATA) Speciality
Airports represent the basis of Air Transport industry, as the necessary infrastructure for operation. On the other hand, airlines aim at improving technical and environmental efficiency of all their operations. ATA speciality is oriented towards operation optimisation, management and operation of airports and airlines.
A graduate specialised in Airports and Air Transport is able to develop measures for operation optimisation, management and exploitation of airports and airlines.
Air Safety (SA) Speciality
Air Transport is the safest means of transport, in which procedures are defined, as well as techniques and interrelated processes among different components that make up the system. The speciality of Air Safety is in charge of risks control and reduction within the systems and Air Transport System operation.
A graduate specialised in Air Safety is able to define predictive processes that ensures safety in air transport.
Aerospace Systems for Information Processing (STI) Speciality
New technologies for management and information processing are one of the major developments applied to the air transport sector in its different constituents. This speciality is focused on the definition and specification of terrestrial and on-board automation systems.
A graduate specialised in Aerospace Systems for Information Processing is able to specify and design those elements that make up the Technological Systems in Air Transport.