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Aerospace Administration & Logistics (79)
(Only accepting applications at Tinker AFB and OCCC Campuses)
 

Statement of Objectives

The Master of Science in Aerospace Administration & Logistics is a unique program that provides a broad-based professional degree for those aspiring to positions of responsibility within the aerospace industry. The degree is designed to stress realistic solutions to managerial, scientific, logistic, and administrative challenges in today’s aerospace industry. Current issues confronting the aviation industry are studied in-depth within the classroom environment allowing a detailed analysis, incorporating current theories, and using the modern tools and techniques available to managers. The logistics management concentration of the MS degree includes the study of supply chain management and protocols that plan, implement, and control the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customers’ requirements.
Thus, the overall goal of the program is to provide the student with the depth and breadth of knowledge in aerospace administration & logistics to be successful in the aviation industry. This course of study also facilitates the investigation of the functional areas of aerospace needed for success in specific areas in the administration of the dynamic aviation industry.

Student Outcomes

The primary objectives of the Master of Science in Aerospace Administration & Logistics degree are reflected in several outcomes. A student completing this degree shall be able to demonstrate:
1. The ability to make sound decisions in the aerospace industry using a logical, scientific approach.
2. A working knowledge of safety systems and programs dedicated to the facilitation of increased safety on the ground and in the air.
3. An understanding of the major issues and economic considerations affecting the aerospace industry in the United States and worldwide.
4. Knowledge of supply chain management integrating key business processes from end user through original suppliers that provides products, services, and information that add value for customers and other stakeholders.
5. Knowledge of proper accident site management techniques and reports as needed by the various local, state, and federal agencies.
6. Knowledge of the legal and moral concepts that influence developments in national and international air law.
CURRICULUM
I. Required Courses ……………………………………….. 18 hours

AVIA 5153 Aircraft Accident Investigation
AVIA 5213 Aerospace Economics & Fiscal Management
AVIA 5223 Aerospace Hazard Control & Analysis
AVIA 5103 Aerospace Safety Program Development
AVIA 5203 Legal and Ethical Issues in Aerospace
AVIA 5233 Logistical Strategies in Aerospace Administration

II. Electives …………………………………………………15 hours

AVIA 5313 Aerospace Finance
AVIA 5323 Airport Operations
AVIA 5303 Management & Administration of Aerospace Contracts
AVIA 5333 Aerospace Marketing
AVIA 5343 Implementing Logistics: Acquisition and Program Management
AVIA 5423 Applications in Crew Resource Management
AVIA 5513 Quantitative Analysis of Aerospace Data for Administrators
AVIA 5523 Research Methods
AVIA 5533 Communication in Aerospace Management
AVIA 5543 Systems Engineering Applications for Logistics
AVIA 5613 Ethics of Decision Making in Aerospace
AVIA 5950 Graduate Internship in Aerospace
AVIA 5960 Directed Readings in Aerospace
AVIA 5980 Seminar in Aerospace

TOTAL …………………………………….………………….. 33 hours

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