AT Graduate Degrees
AT MS Degree
- AT's Graduate Mission
- Admission Requirements
- Admission Procedures
- Graduate Study Steps
- AT master's Timetable
- Graduation Deadlines
- AT Thesis Format Requirements
- AT M.S. Student Handbook
AT Combined MS-BS
Distance MS in Technology, concentration in Aviation Management
CoT PhD Degree
Graduate Programs in Aviation Technology
The Department of Aviation Technology (AT) offers the Master of Science Degree in Aviation and Aerospace Management. Students may choose graduate courses that deal with Economic Decision Making, Resource Analysis, Systems Thinking, Transportation Safety and Security, Quality and Productivity, Aviation Human Factors, and Aviation Globalization. The department also offers a combined BS-MS program for students who can earn both degrees in five years. Students who have completed an accredited masters degree program can pursue a Ph.D. Degree in Technology with a focus on Aviation and Aerospace Management.
The Master of Science in Aviation and Aerospace Management (AAM)
Each MS graduate degree plan is unique to the individual student and his/her background, experience, and degree objectives. Each degree candidate will be appointed an advisor from the graduate faculty to assist with program planning. Advisors are assigned based on a review of the candidate's application materials. Candidate requests for a specific advisor are accepted but not guaranteed. Once a candidate is admitted to the graduate program, the advisor becomes his/her most important contact person.
A limited number of graduate research and teaching assistantships are available in the AT Department. Additional appointments are available within the CoT and other Colleges at the University. Graduate appointments are for either one-quarter or one-half time, depending on available department funding and duty assignments. More information is available in the menu to the right.