If you’d like to learn more about aviation terrorism and security, the Florida Institute of Technology has the class for you.
The new aviation security class, AVS 5500, will examine global national security issues in post-9/11 air commerce. It will survey of the latest forms of
airport and aircraft security awareness measures, review case studies in terrorism and hijackings, and identify contemporary and emerging threats and
vulnerabilities of international air commerce.
Paris Michaels, a commercial pilot and Florida Tech graduate, will be teaching the course starting Tuesday, Aug. 22. He has more than 20,000 hours of
flight time and recently graduated from an aviation security course in Washington, D.C.
The graduate-level course can be audited for $675 or taken for three credit hours for $2,700. Enroll online at www.fit.edu/grad (graduate non-degree for
auditing) or contact graduate admission at 674-8027 by Friday, Aug. 25.
For more information about the course, contact Dr. Nat Villaire in the College of Aeronautics at (321) 674-8120 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Florida Tech College of Aeronautics offers seven Bachelor of Science degrees and two Master of Science degrees.