MS - Aviation-Aviation Safety Online
Master of Science in Aviation–Aviation Safety
The Master of Science in Aviation – Aviation Safety degree program is designed for adult working professionals in public, private and military aviation-related professions where advanced knowledge of aviation safety is necessary. Persons interested in aviation safety management, accident/incident investigation, technical aviation consulting and educational, regulatory or investigative positions in government or private organizations would find this program appropriate.
The degree is especially relevant for those who have earned baccalaureate degrees in aviation-related fields or those who have gained aviation foundational knowledge through experience and now require more specialized aviation safety knowledge. Individuals without current experience in aviation-related fields may be accepted into this program; however, a prerequisite (AVT 5000 Airspace Safety) may be required.
The goal of the program is to prepare individuals for advanced leadership positions in public, private and military aviation sectors with specific skills and competencies in aviation safety.
The Master of Science in Aviation – Aviation Safety is offered online as a nonthesis program, which requires successful completion of 30 credit hours including a capstone course. Two courses are offered each semester. Students should develop and adhere to an approved program plan of study.
|AHF 5101||Human Factors in Man-Machine Systems||3|
|AVT 5301||Complex Aviation Systems||3|
|AVS 5203||Impact of Aviation on Human Physiology||3|
|AVS 5207||Aviation Safety Management Systems||3|
|AHF 5402||Situational Awareness and Decision-Making||3|
|AVT 5302||Aviation Accident Investigation||3|
|AVS 5204||Aviation Safety Analysis||3|
|AVS 5205||Aviation Statistics||3|
|AVS 5206||Aviation Security||3|
|AVS 5208||Advanced Aviation Safety Research (capstone course)||3|
|TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED||30|