Academic Level: Masters
Volume of 3 pages (825 words)
Assignment type : Research Proposal
The abstract should include a discussion of the purpose, scope and general description of the individual project (proposal). The abstract should also address the research methodology that will be employed in the answering of the project topic and what specialization(s) the student has selected. The abstract and remaining capstone sections should meet the standards identified in the APA Manual, sixth edition.
(Submission of the proposal includes the title page, abstract, and the proposal)
(Submission of the final project includes the title page, abstract, approved proposal, project literature review, analysis, conclusions, recommendations, summary, and references)
(APA Manual format, 6th ed)
Statement of the Project
This should be a very comprehensive and detailed statement of the project that clearly defines the scope, objectives, methodology, analysis and show evidence of how the project will demonstrate a comprehension of each aspect of the applicable Program Outcomes.
Program Outcomes that MUST be addressed.
Each aspect of each applicable Program Outcomes must be clearly addressed by the project. This section is not a continuation of the statement of the project, rather a clear explanation of how a comprehension of each aspect of the applicable Program Outcomes will be demonstrated by completing the above identified project. List each applicable Program Outcome. List the Program Outcome verbatim and ensure each aspect is addressed. Clearly and concisely state how a comprehension of each aspect of the Program Outcome will be demonstrated by completing the project. One approach that has proven to be successful is to list the key aspects from each Program Outcome below the statement of the Program Outcome and clearly and concisely explain how that aspect will be addressed by answering the above question.
Program Outcomes MAS Core Competency Outcomes.
1. Students will be able to apply the fundamentals of air transportation as part of a global, multimodal transportation system, including the technological, social, environmental, and political aspects of the system to examine, compare, analyze and recommend conclusion.
2. The student will be able to identify and apply appropriate statistical analysis, to include techniques in data collection, review, critique, interpretation and inference in the aviation and aerospace industry.
3. The student will be able across all subjects to use the fundamentals of human factors in all aspects of the aviation and aerospace industry, including unsafe acts, attitudes, errors, human behavior, and human limitations as they relate to the aviators adaption to the aviation environment to reach conclusions.
4. The student will be able to develop and/or apply current aviation and industry related research methods, including problem identification, hypothesis formulation, and interpretation of findings to present as solutions in the investigation of an aviation / aerospace related topic.
5 Aviation Aerospace Management
The student will investigate, compare, contrast, analyze and form conclusions to current aviation, aerospace, and industry related topics in management, including aircraft maintenance, industrial safety, production and procurement, international policy, research and development, logistics, airport operations, and airline operations.
Headings and sub-headings as appropriate (APA 6th ed)
Use subheadings to identify when you transition between Program Outcomes and each aspect of the Program Outcome being demonstrated.
Review of Relevant Literature