Graduate Program

Program objectives:
  • To prepare a Master of Engineering degree in Technical exploitation of air traffic control systems who, after completing the program, will have the knowledge and skills to meet market requirements and will be able to plan and perform maintenance operations on aircraft onboard electronic equipment and electrical systems independently and freely;
  • The Master will study modern methods of solving engineering problems in the technical operation of avionics and electrical systems, taking into account operational factors of aviation technology and flight safety;
The basis for obtaining the Master’s degree in Technical exploitation of air traffic control systems is the passing of general master’s exams in accordance with the rules established by Georgian legislation.
The obligatory condition for obtaining the status is the submission of a B2 level certificate in English, in the absence of which the corresponding exam will be conducted by the University.
If an aviation engineer’s qualification is not confirmed for student status, he or she must take the internal specialized exam at the university to obtain the status.
You can also obtain university status through mobility or internal mobility. Entry requirements and other relevant information related to admission are published annually on the website and in the National Grading and Examinations Center catalog. The above conditions for admission to the program are in accordance with current legislation.

Fundamentals of  Scientific Research

High school Pedagogy

Foreign language oriented on profession (English)

Academic writing

The human factor in aviation

Environmental problems in Civil aviation

Air navigation

Automated design systems

Management and reliability of moving objects

Flight dynamics

Microcontrollers and their programming

Management of aircraft maintenance services

Ground Radio location and Radio navigation systems and devices

Aviation computer systems

Navigation satellite systems

Computer design of flying machine systems

Aviation Meteorology (Atmospheric Physics)

Professional practice

Performing and defending a Master’s work