The Department of Graduate Studies in the College of Aviation at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University houses one of the most diverse and innovative programs geared towards students with a passion for aviation and aerospace. The Master of Science in Aeronautics (MSA) is a multidisciplinary program that enhances your knowledge of behavioral sciences, data analysis, modeling and simulation, project management, systems integration, applied research, statistics, technology, and, most importantly, your specialization subject matter.

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Submissions from 2014

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Analysis of Climatological Rainfall Extremes over the Kennedy Space Center Complex Using a High-Density Observational Network, John M. Lanicci and Adam D. Schnapp

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Guaranteed Access to Space, Kennedy Space Center/Cape Canaveral, and Climate Change, John M. Lanicci and J.E. Thropp

Submissions from 2013

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Weather and Collaborative Decision Making in the Aviation Community: Two “Tactical” Case Study Examples, John M. Lanicci, R. E. Haley, and K. Rader

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The 2012 Pilot Source Study (Phase III): Response to the Pilot Certification and Qualification Requirements for Air Carrier Operations, Guy M. Smith, Derek Herchko, Elizabeth Bjerke, Mary Niemczyk, Robert Nullmeyer, Julie Paasch, and David A. NewMyer

Submissions from 2012

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General Aviation Weather Encounter Case Studies, John M. Lanicci, Massoud Bazargan, Daniel Halperin, Scott Shappell, Jaclyn Baron, Rebecca Iden, Carla Hackworth, and Kali Holcomb

Submissions from 2011

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The Weather and Air Traffic Management Integration Course in the Graduate Aeronautics Program at Embry-Riddle, John M. Lanicci

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Weather Technology In the Cockpit (WTIC): Concept of Operations, User Needs, Education, and Training, John M. Lanicci, L. Kirk, L. Martin, J. Vacek, E. A. Roberts, and M. Edwards

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Development of an Education and Training Module for Use of NEXRAD-based Products in the Cockpit by General Aviation Pilots, John M. Lanicci and Erin A. Roberts

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Assessing the Effectiveness of an Education and Training Module for General Aviation Pilots on the Use of NEXRAD-based Products in the Cockpit, John M. Lanicci, Erin A. Roberts, and E. Blickensderfer

Submissions from 2010

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The New Aviation Meteorology Specialization in the Graduate Aeronautics Program at Embry-Riddle, John M. Lanicci and Erin A. Roberts

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Pilot Source Study: An Analysis of Pilot Backgrounds and Subsequent Success in US Regional Airline Training Programs, Guy M. Smith, David A. NewMyer, Elizabeth Bjerke, Mary Niemczyk, and Raymond A. Hamilton