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Air Traffic Control (AATC)
Department of Applied Aviation Sciences
AATC 2013 Basic ATC
This course provides the student with the basic knowledge needed to fulfill the duties of an air traffic controller. Topics include phraseology, regulations, and basic work flow. Class 3. Prerequisite: AERF 1103.. Prerequisite or Corequisite: AERF 2103.
AATC 2213 Airspace System Operations
This course provides an in-depth study of the air Traffic Control System and the part it plays in maintaining a safe and efficient air-space system. This includes an understanding of the various segments of the ATC System, their individual responsibilities, and the interrelations of these segments. Documents that regulate the various aspects of ATC system are also examined. Class 3. Prerequisites: AERF 2103 and AERO 2602.
AATC 2411 ATC Tower Operation Lab
A practical, simulation-based study of control tower operations including the various controller positions and responsibilities. Lab 2. Corequisite: AATC 2413
AATC 2413 ATC Tower Operations
A comprehensive study of tower operations including ground separation, team responsibilities, and regulations. Class 3. Prerequisites or Corequisites: AATC 2213 and AATC 2013
AATC 3101 Air Traffic Radar Systems Lab
A practical, simulation-based study of the radar systems used by air traffic controllers to manage aircraft in the airspace system. Lab 2. Corequisite: AATC 3103
AATC 3103 Air Traffic Radar Systems
A comprehensive study of the work accomplished at an ATC radar facility. Attention given to procedures, an understanding of the various types of equipment used and airspace considerations. Class 3. Prerequisites: AATC 2013 and AATC 2413. Corequisite: AATC 3621
AATC 3311 Advanced ATC Lab
A simulation-based comprehensive experience from both the control tower and radar perspective. Students work more difficult scenarios in a team environment. Lab 2. Corequisite: AATC 3313
AATC 3313 Advanced ATC
This course serves as a capstone experience where students synthesize the various components of the ATC system as a basis for a study of advanced concepts. A comprehensive review in preparation for the FAA's AT Basics exam. Class 3. Prerequisites: AATC 2413 and AATC 3103. Corequisite: AATC 3101
AATC 4213 Air Traffic Resource Management
A comprehensive study of the team work needed within the ATC System to run the National Airspace System. This course will also include discussion on human factors, workforce and staffing issues. Class 3. Prerequisites: AATC 2213 and AATC 3313.
AATC 4951 Undergraduate Research
Students perform research on topics related to the Air Traffic System under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Emphasis on initiative and creativity with reports and oral presentations required twice a semester. Class 1-3. Lab 3. Prerequisite: Senior standing.