University of Central Missouri offers a Master of Science in Aviation Safety that is designed for individuals who wish to begin a career in the area of airport management, aviation safety, and risk management. This program is ideal for students who want broaden their knowledge of mathematics, theories, science, and applied science in order to apply it to their careers in aviation safety. Upon completion of this program, students will be prepared to hold positions in the fields of aviation safety, safety program management, or aviation management. Enrolled students will enhance their communication, critical thinking, and problem solving skills through the curriculum.
The Master of Science in Aviation Safety program consists of 32 total credit hours that may be completed in two years. Students are required to complete required coursework in order to complete the program. Through required courses students will enhance their knowledge on aviation management, law, safety, planning, design, risk management, accident investigation, and much more. Courses that are offered through this program are expertly crafted to ensure that graduates will be equipped within a wide base of knowledge that they may utilize while employed in the areas of aviation safety, safety program management, or aviation management.
Students may complete all courses for this master's program online. The online learning format allows students to earn their degree while maintaining full-time employment. The MS in Aviation Safety program is ideal for students who fulfill roles other than being a student. The university acknowledges the importance of a flexible schedule for students with families and other commitments.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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