Master Aeronautical Science (MSA)
MSA 602 The Air Transportation System 3 Credits (3,0)
Air Transportation is a complex and rapidly evolving industry that plays a substantial role in global and national economies and in efforts to improve environmental quality and promote sustainable development. Major components include the human, technological, environmental and operational aspects of airports, airspace, air traffic management, aircraft and aircraft component manufacturing and design, airlines, and other airspace users. This course is foundational for the Master of Science in Aeronautics degree and focuses on the complex global air transportation system infrastructure, its strengths and vulnerabilities, and the influences by and impacts to global and national economies, environmental sustainability, and technological advancement.
MSA 613 Airport Operations Safety 3 Credits
A study of airport operations safety as applied to day-to-day operations. A review and analysis of all federal regulations applicable to operations and safety are conducted.
MSA 654 Adult Teaching and Learning Techniques 3 Credits
The major instructional strategies used in education with particular emphasis on higher education and adult learning are the core of this course. Multiple approaches as they relate to academic disciplines and grade levels are studied. The unique "flight deck classroom" environment will be discussed and evaluated.