Since the inception of Scholarly Commons, requests by researchers from other institutions (academic, commercial, military, and government) to read our graduate research theses have grown tremendously, and continue to increase every semester. To meet this demand, ERAU began offering our entire Master’s Theses collection as open access in December 2016.
For Dissertation and Thesis submission information please visit the PhD Dissertation and Master's Thesis Homepage.
If you do not wish your thesis to be open access, please email your name and title of your thesis to email@example.com. Your thesis will be restricted to ERAU students, faculty, and staff within three business days.
Theses - Prescott from 2020
Theses - Prescott from 2013
Relating Air Quality in the Work Environment to Occupational Health Disease, Hussien Awad Alumar
Theses - Prescott from 2008
Theses - Prescott from 2007
Moral Development in Pilot Populations, Erica Anne Diels
Theses - Prescott from 2004
A New Guidance System for Aircraft Based on GPS, Mukul Mishra
Theses - Prescott from 2003
Aviation Safety and Security: A Call for Educating the Flying Public, Mariann Elizabeth Abbonizio