BBA in Aviation Management

Course Overview: BBA in Aviation Management


Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Aviation is a three-year undergraduate-level program that gives an in-depth knowledge of air transport, financial accounting, airport operations, passenger forecasting, airport planning, marketing, etc. It is one of the fastest-growing industries in the country and across the world and students pursuing this course gain an extremely strong managerial background, especially in the field of aviation and the airline business. The potential of the aviation industry in terms of jobs has only increased. BBA Aviation graduates can take up various positions including aviation manager, resource manager, etc. The program is for candidates who can handle airline customers with logical reasoning skills, persistence, pleasant personality, and excellent communication skills. Factors like financial security, dynamism, and travel make the course an excellent option for aviation enthusiasts.


Higher Secondary passed (10+2 passed)

Duration of the course

3 years

Internship and placement - for BBA in Aviation Management course, GNIHM will give confirmed 6 months Internship India/Abroad and placement.


  1.  Financial Accounting 
  2. Principles of Management 
  3. Business Economics Marketing Theory and Practices
  4.  Business Mathematics 
  5. IT for Business Management Basic Reading and Writing Skills
  6. Indian Constitution
  7. Financial Management
  8. Human Resource Management
  9. Supply Chain Management 
  10. Business Law
  11. Introduction to Aviation Industry 
  12. Social Media Analysis
  13. Business Ethics and Governance /Entrepreneurship 
  14. Airline Finance & Aviation  Insurance 
  15. Summer Internship Project Elective-III Elective-IV 
  16. Aviation Rules & Regulations
  17. E-Business Airline Grooming & Etiquettes
  18. IATA Dangerous Goods 1 Awareness 
  19. Aviation Resource & Disaster Mgmt
  20. Airline Route Planning 
  21. Technological Trend in Aviation Theory 
  22. Aviation Maintenance 
  23. Major Air Cargo Management