AMT 444 Syllabus 2019 Fall - Rev1.pdf - ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY IRA A FULTON SCHOOLS OF ENGINEERING The Polytechnic School Course Description Fall 2019

AMT 444 Syllabus 2019 Fall - Rev1.pdf - ARIZONA STATE...

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1 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY IRA A. FULTON SCHOOLS OF ENGINEERING The Polytechnic School Course Description Fall 2019 Course Number, Title, and Credit: AMT 444 (70363) - Airport Management and Planning, 3 Credit Hours Course Description: This course focuses on the administration and management of public airports, including the history, planning, funding, development, and operation of public use airports. The course will also cover the implications of safety, security, environment, and community relations on airport management. The course begins with a review of the history of the airport and airway system and then examines the operational, funding, and planning aspects of public airports. Class discussions also include current political, economic, and environmental concerns currently facing airport management. Prerequisites: Academic Level of Junior or later AMT 308 - Air Transportation Course Hours: Lecture – Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Instructor: Mr. David Sperling Classroom: AGBC 150 Office Hours: Immediately before or after class by appointment only. Call or email for an appointment and identify yourself as a student of this class Telephone/Text: 602-571-9314 E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected] Required Text(s): Alexander T. Wells & Seth B. Young. (2019). Airport Planning & Management (7 th Ed.) . (McGraw-Hill). ISBN 978-1-260-14332-4 Reference Materials: This course will incorporate current, topical information. Therefore, it is suggested that all students develop the habit of reading online news reports and periodicals. Helpful references include: Aviation Week and Space Technology and the many aviation and business on-line resources, including Smart Brief (aviation industry), , and . Additionally, each student should become familiar with FAA Advisory Circulars (Series 150). Course Objectives: 1. To introduce students to airport management, operation, and planning. 2. To introduce students to the history of airports and the current regulatory environment. 3. To introduce students to the process of planning and its impact on short and long-term economic growth. 4. To understand the elements and factors involved in the process of airport system planning. Objectives for the Student: 1. To identify elements of current and future issues facing airport management and development. 2. To identify key participants involved in the business of airport management and planning. 3. To identify past and future aviation trends as they affect airport management and planning. 4. To describe the current regulatory environment and its effect on airport management and operations.
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2 Evidence of Student Achievement of General Outcomes: The following examples of student work will be retained by the instructor and will be available to be used in a formal student outcomes evaluation process in order to determine if the listed objectives and outcomes for the course have been attained by the students: 1. Midterm and Final Examination (electronic or paper format at instructor’s discretion) 2. Current event paper and presentation 3.
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