The Master of Science in Aeronautics (MSA) degree is a comprehensive and unique advanced degree that combines theoretical and practical learning experiences to give students a blend of knowledge, skills, and abilities that will help them succeed in the aviation industry.
This degree can help everyone from flight crew members, air-traffic control personnel, and aviation educators to enhance their knowledge and career. This broad-based degree program allows specializations in disciplines like Air Traffic Management, Aviation and Aerospace Operations or Management, and other unique areas.
Typical First Year
A typical graduate student in the Master of Science in Aeronautics program will take core courses such as Introduction to the National Airspace System (NAS), Statistical Analysis for Aviation/Aerospace, Systems Integration in Aviation/Aerospace, or Project Management in Aviation/Aerospace. The first year may also include specialization courses.