Aviation Safety and Human Factors
- Permission Required:
- Aviation Management
- 3.00 Credits
- 3.00 Hours
This course provides the student with an introduction to the field of human factors, focusing on the optimization of human-machine interaction through the isolation and mitigation of human error. Human physiology including vision, sleep cycles, stress and human performance are covered in depth, with emphasis on their effects in the aviation industry. Students are introduced to Cockpit Resource Management and Threat Error Management and various models for understanding and preventing aircraft accidents.
PHSC Course Schedule: Aviation Safety and Human Factors
|Section||Availability||Dates||Days||Meeting Time||Location||Delivery||Bldg/Room||Instructor||Credit Hours||Clock Hours||Fees||Comments|
|1651||Full||01/10/2022-05/02/2022||Mon, Wed||2:00P- 3:15||East Campus||
This class meets remotely on the days and times listed in the schedule providing the benefits of face-to-face classes in a live, remote environment by utilizing technology (zoom or the big blue button) through canvas. A webcam and microphone are needed for this class. This class meets remotely on the days and times listed in the schedule providing the benefits of face-to-face classes in a live, remote environment by utilizing technology (zoom) through canvas. Students need a webcam and microphone for this class.
This class is available through canvas any time through the semester offering a high level of flexibility, no set meeting schedule. A students may need a webcam and microphone for this class.