Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply mathematics, science, and applied sciences to aviation-related disciplines.
  2. Analyze and interpret data.
  3. Work effectively on multidisciplinary and diverse teams.
  4. Make professional and ethical decisions.
  5. Communicate effectively, using both written and oral communication skills.
  6. Engage in and recognize the need for lifelong learning.
  7. Assess contemporary issues.
  8. Use the techniques, skills, and modern technology necessary for professional practice.
  9. Assess the national and international aviation environment.
  10. Apply pertinent knowledge in identifying and solving problems.
  11. Apply knowledge of business sustainability to aviation issues.
  12. Describe the professional attributes, requirements or certifications, and planning applicable to aviation careers.
  13. Describe the principles of aircraft design, performance and operating characteristics.
  14. Describe the regulations related to the maintenance of aircraft and associated systems.
  15. Evaluate aviation safety and the impact of human factors on safety.
  16. Discuss the impact of national and international aviation law, regulations and labor issues on aviation operations.
  17. Explain the integration of airports, airspace, and air traffic control in managing the National Airspace System.
  18. Discuss the impact of meteorology and environmental issues on aviation operations.
  19. Earn the AAAE Airport Certified Employee (ACE) Operations designation (added fall 2017).
  20. Earn the AAAE Certified Member (CM) designation (added fall 2017).