ERAU's Department of Aeronautical Science has long provided a renowned education in aviation, with a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics degree that is the preeminent program of its kind in the world, along with a B.S. in Aeronautical Science and a B.S. in Unmanned Aircraft Systems Science.

The faculty members in this department are dedicated to aviation students and take seriously the idea that graduates should be "Ready to Work and Prepared to Lead." The student body is highly diverse, coming from all over the globe; all have a drive to succeed in aeronautics-related careers.

Students should have a strong background in science and mathematics. Beyond that, they get invaluable instruction from experienced airline pilots, military pilots, Top Gun graduates, test pilots, and corporate and commuter pilots, along with aeronautical engineers, chief flight instructors, and experts in flight safety, resource management, dispatching, navigation, and other fields essential to success in an aviation career.

The department's academic courses are complemented by the flight curriculum to create a unique blend of academics and flight training. Students graduate with a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of flight, prepared to start careers as aviation professionals.

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Submissions from 2015

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for States and Local Governments, Daniel Friedenzohn and Mike Branum

Submissions from 2013

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Balance and Alliance, Daniel Friedenzohn

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Delayed Flights and Delayed Action: The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Tarmac Delay Regulations and Their Impact on Air Travel, Daniel Friedenzohn

Submissions from 2012

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NextGen Flight Deck Data Comm: Auxiliary Synthetic Speech Phase I, Tracy Lennertz, Judith Bürki-Cohen, Andrea L. Sparko, Nickolas D. Macchiarella, Jason Kring, Mike Coman, Tom Haritos, and Jeffry Alvarado

Submissions from 2011

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The Aircraft Sector Understanding: New Financing Rules that Reflect the Aviation World of Today, Daniel Friedenzohn

Submissions from 2010

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Code-Sharing in the U.S. Airline Industry: Effective Disclosure Requirements for an Aspect of Air Transport That Is Complex, Important, and Often Misunderstood, Daniel Friedenzohn

Submissions from 2008

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An Application of High Fidelity FTDs for Ab Initio Pilot Training: The Way Ahead, Nickolas D. Macchiarella, Tim Brady, and Brandon S. Lyon

Submissions from 2006

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Transfer of Training from Flight Training Devices to Flight for Ab-Initio Pilots, Nickolas D. Macchiarella, Pamela K. Arban, and Shawn M. Doherty