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Online College and University Course Design, Development, Delivery, and Evaluation

 

Some of the online college and university courses I have taught are delivered every semester, some are delivered once a year, and

some are delivered on demand.

A few of the courses listed are legacy courses and are not currently being offered.

 

Concordia University, Portland, Oregon

  • Doctoral Dissertation Adviser and Dissertation Committee Chair
  • Advising doctoral students on the development, research design, research methodology, statistical analysis techniques, writing style, IRB submission, final organization, APA formatting, and final submission of their doctoral dissertations.

 

Daniel Webster College, Nashua, New Hampshire

Designing, developing, delivering, and evaluating undergraduate and graduate level (MBAA - Master of Business Administration in Aviation) online courses.

  • AM 404: Studies in International Aerospace

Catalog Description: This is a research course designed to promote a greater awareness of international aerospace issues and the role of aerospace industries in promoting dialog between nations. International aerospace law, worldwide air transportation growth, and the economic factors which compel multi-national risk-sharing ventures in aerospace industries will be among the topics explored.

 

Content: Early international air transport development including the Paris, Havana, Warsaw, and Rome Conventions; the Chicago Convention; the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); the International Air Transportation Association (IATA); the Bermuda Agreement; the Warsaw Convention; liberalization and privatization of air service agreements; the European Union (EU); U.S. – Europe aviation issues; Asia and the Pacific; aviation in developing nations; international alliances and mergers; the low-cost airline phenomenon; international aviation in the 21st century; international airport development; international airline operations; current international aviation trends, issues and challenges.

 

  • AM 555: Research Methods

Catalog Description: This course develops skills in identifying problems in which research may play an important role in the decision making process, designing an appropriate research project, analyzing and critiquing research results, and evaluating the applicability of research findings to a problem. Strategies for accomplishing both primary and secondary research are addressed and both quantitative and qualitative approaches are used. Identifying, evaluating, and using sources of aviation industry information are incorporated throughout the course.

Research Content: The role and importance of research; the research process; selecting a problem and reviewing the research; the importance of practicing ethics in research; sampling and generalizability; measurement, reliability, and validity; methods of measuring behavior; data collection and organization; non-experimental research – descriptive, correlational, and qualitative methods; pre- and true experimental research methods; quasi-experimental research methods; writing a research proposal.

Descriptive Statistics Content: measures of central tendency – mean, median, and mode; measures of variability – range, standard deviation, and variance; distributions – the normal curve; correlation coefficient; z scores.

Inferential Statistics Content: the role of chance, the Central Limit Theorem, t-tests; Chi Square, correlation coefficients - Pearson r; discussion and examples of analysis of variance (ANOVA) and multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA).

 

  • AM 608: The Air Transportation System

Catalog Description: This course ties together aviation systems theory with an understanding of how aviation sub-industries work together. It addresses significant current issues and skill sets in aviation such as environmental management, risk management, project management, and capacity management, among others.

 

Course Content: History, needs, goals, constraints, and future needs of the key players in the air transportation system including the commercial air carriers, general aviation, air cargo, and the military. Review of the national airspace system and how it’s set up with emphasis on the Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Transportation structure and organization, how the FAA designates and allocates airspace (airspace classes, air traffic control structure), and airport capacity. Evaluation of user needs against the question “Are all parties treated equally?”  Students will assimilate their respective key players’ thoughts on their needs versus this question. FAA’s plan for the future, NextGen - initiative design to enhance the national airspace system to better support user needs. Students will become familiar with elements of the plan and its implementation and will take a closer look at some of the main elements such as ADS-B, RNAV, RNP, Performance-based ATM, SESAR, ASPIRE, and Trajectory-based navigation.

 

  • AM 635: Aviation Safety and Security

Catalog Description: This course will help students develop strategies for the management of security and safety in aviation operations. A foundation will be provided in the basic causes of safety and security problems and strategies that have been effective at dealing with these issues. Case studies will then be used to develop the student’s ability to integrate these concepts with those from earlier courses in leadership and organizational behavior.

 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Worldwide Campus, Daytona Beach, Florida

Delivering graduate level online courses.

  • ASCI 550: Aviation Education Foundations

Catalog Description. This course assists in developing contexts and concepts in which educational problems and issues may be understood, particularly the role of aviation in education. Emphasis is placed on aviation education and its historical and philosophical foundations.

 

  • ASCI 654: Adult Teaching and Learning Techniques

Catalog Description. The major instructional strategies used in education with particular emphasis on higher education and adult learning are the core of this course. Multiple approaches as they relate to academic disciplines and grade levels are studied. The unique "cockpit classroom" environment will be discussed and evaluated.

 

 

Kansas State University, Salina, Kansas

Designing, developing, delivering, and evaluating undergraduate level online courses.

  • PPIL 210: Aviation Safety

Catalog Description. This course provides and introduction to the field of aviation safety with an emphasis promoting a safety culture. Various safety programs and their relevance in the field of aviation are discussed. Students will examine numerous accident reports and discuss safety issues facing the aviation industry today.

 

Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

Designing, developing, delivering, and evaluating undergraduate and graduate level online courses.

  • AERN 35020: Aircraft Propulsion Systems

Catalog Description. Aircraft Propulsion Systems, AERN 35020.  A study of basic reciprocating and gas turbine engine theory. Course investigates powerplant construction, component function, including propeller and fuel systems, ancillary systems that support aircraft propulsive systems and performance characteristics.

 

  • AERN 35340: Airport Management

Catalog Description. This course introduces the student to the multiple functions involved in the operation and management of an airport. This course addresses specific issues including an analysis of the development of the airport & airway system in the United States, federal regulations and programs impacting airports, and airport master planning and airport security matters. The course offers a particular focus on the three major components of airport operations: airside, landside, and business activities.

 

  • AERN 35341: Air Transportation Systems

Catalog Description. This course provides an overview of air transportation development and airline management.  It examines the organizational and economic structure and impact of air transportation in the United States.  Students are introduced to the important questions of civil air transportation sustainability.  In addition, international aviation issues are highlighted through the review of treaties, international organizations, and the operating practices of international air carriers.  The nature and role of federal regulatory agencies in contemporary airline operations is also studied.  Current events and trends in airline and aviation operations may be covered as appropriate to provide a backdrop for the text chapters.

 

  • AERN 55341: Air Transportation Systems

Catalog Description. This course provides an overview of air transportation development and airline management.  It examines the organizational and economic structure and impact of air transportation in the United States.  Students are introduced to the important questions of civil air transportation sustainability.  In addition, international aviation issues are highlighted through the review of treaties, international organizations, and the operating practices of international air carriers.  The nature and role of federal regulatory agencies in contemporary airline operations is also studied.  Current events and trends in airline and aviation operations may be covered as appropriate to provide a backdrop for the text chapters.

 

Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

  • Doctoral Dissertation Adviser and Dissertation Committee Chair
  • Advising doctoral students on the development, research design, research methodology, statistical analysis techniques, writing style, IRB submission, final organization, APA formatting, and final submission of their doctoral dissertations.

 

Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology, Department of Aviation Science - St. Louis, University, St. Louis, Missouri

Designing, developing, delivering, and evaluating undergraduate level online courses.

  • ASC1 2930-04: Aviation and Airport Security

Catalog Description: This course presents advanced security issues related to aviation including passenger screening, profiling, hijacking, bomb threats, and passenger disruptions. Covers historical incidents and studies a variety of responses to threats from various countries. Discusses the role of the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration. Covers the role of pilots and other flight crew in security including the Federal Flight Deck Officers Program. Includes a discussion of regulatory issues and laws established since the 9/11 attacks.

 

Polk State College, Winter Haven, Florida

Designing, developing, delivering, and evaluating undergraduate level online courses.

  • ASC 1310: U.S. and International Aviation Operations

Catalog Description: This course provides a study of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14 Aeronautics and Space (14 CFR) through the examination of the history, current status, and volatility of the regulations surrounding aviation activities. Students study international regulations and the global nature of air transportation processes from an operational perspective. Students will be able to identify the major historical events that have shaped aviation activities and the air transportation industry, discuss the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978 and its impact on air transportation in the U.S., explain the history of international aviation relations and discuss the conventions and treaties that have influenced international agreements between ICAO states, discuss the development and future of Commercial Space Transportation and the effect it may have on air transportation, compare and contrast the U.S. airman certification and aviation operations with those in other countries, demonstrate an understanding of the Transportation Security Administration and airport security, employ the pertinent rules and regulations to college and aviation activities, and be proficient in looking up required information in the appropriate regulation or document.

 

 

Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah

Delivering undergraduate level online courses.

  • AVSC 1050: Introduction to Aviation Administration

Catalog Description: This course is designed to discuss aviation industry structure, practices, and administrative career opportunities. It emphasizes strategic decision making in aviation transportation, airport, and government administration, and provides an overview of various administrative methods, tools, and responsibilities. Provides a general knowledge of aviation administration career options and the role of administrators within the aviation industry.

 

  • AVSC 2050: Introduction to Aviation Security

Catalog Description: This course presents airport, airline, and general aviation security issues, covers historical hijacking threats, public perception of those and other threats, and the government’s response. It examines airport screening processes for passengers and cargo and explores technology as a tool in security, discusses cockpit security, pilot and weapons issues, passenger responsibilities, and examines airport security methods, levels of security, and personnel, leadership, and management issues.

 

Course Content: an overview of the aviation industry; historical hijacking threats and the government’s response; international solutions and reactions; terrorism; international counter terrorism units, law enforcement, and intelligence agencies; screening – the last line of defense; private security versus the TSA; metal detectors, x-ray inspection, explosive detection, and trace detection devices; cargo security; security and the rules of law; foreign airport security; technological improvements; airport operator concerns; airport access controls and perimeter security.

 

  • AVSC 3110: Aviation Security

Catalog Description: Presents advanced security issues related to aviation including passenger screening, profiling, hijacking, bomb threats, and passenger disruptions. Covers historical incidents and studies a variety of responses to threats from various countries. Discusses the role of the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration. Covers the role of pilots and other flight crew in security including the Federal Flight Deck Officers Program. Includes a discussion of regulatory issues and laws established since the 9/11 attacks.

Course Content: The history of aviation security, 9/11 and its impact on aviation security and regulations, TSA and Homeland Security, airport security, airline and cockpit security, passenger screening and profiling, international security procedures, dealing wth passenger and security threats, general aviation security - flight schools and corporate aviation, public perception of aviation security, improving security and public perception, and a Case Study of Isreal.

 

  • AVSC 4700: Safety and Professional Seminars

Catalog Description: This course includes FAA safety seminars and other professional presentations designed to inform commercial pilots or aviation administration personnel of safety and profession issues affecting employment. Features FAA safety counselors and other aviation professionals as guest contributors.

 

 

 

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