Air Transportation Systems Architecting OpenCourseWare: A Free MIT Graduate Study Course on Air Transportation Systems

Published Apr 14, 2009

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Learn about the architecting of air transportation systems with a focus on the visionary phase of product clarification in 'Air Transportation Systems Architecting,' a free OpenCourseWare offered through Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The original course was an elective option in several MIT aeronautic graduate level programs.

Air Transportation Systems Architecting: Course Specifics

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Air Transportation Systems Architecting: Course Description

'Air Transportation Systems Architecting,' an MIT OpenCourseWare includes government and industry lecture notes and utilizes case studies as a tool to communicate the course content. Team-taught by Professor Earll Murman, Professor John-Paul Clarke and Professor John Hansman, the course examines system level issues through projects and assignments. The course's goal is to produce a documentation of a system specification and a business strategy that can be employed to evaluate the system. The course focuses on the developmental phrase of product evolution that encompasses economic, market, regulatory and societal issues, among others. The original class was an elective course in select aeronautic master's degree programs at MIT.

This free OpenCourseWare includes detailed lecture notes, class assignments and sample projects. To view these course study materials, visit the aeronautics and astronautics course page.

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