MELBOURNE, FLA. — An online Human Factors in Aeronautics Master’s degree fills government and private sector needs for expertise in systems design and
evaluation, and accident investigation and prevention. The degree, available through the Florida Tech College of Aeronautics, meets or exceeds all of the
high academic and research standards established for the university’s resident Aviation Human Factors master’s degree.
• Completion of all requirements in two calendar years, with two classes taken each semester
• Thirty-three semester hours of study
• Basic research and a thesis
• Students must be present on the main campus for two days at the end of each semester for course cap seminars and final examinations.
(Exceptions may be arranged.)
Class sizes are limited to 15 students. To apply, visit http://www.fit.edu/admission/graduate/index.html. Applications will be accepted until the goal of
15 students is reached.
For more information, contact N.E. Villaire, professor of aeronautics and graduate program chairman, at (321) 674-8120 or at villaire@fit.