Q&A: The Skies are Alive — With the Sound of Drones
Harrison Wolf sees a future in which drones deliver medicine, conquer traffic and connect the disconnected.
What airline passengers want most: to get through security quickly
The advantages of programs like TSA Precheck far outweigh feared drawbacks, new study finds
Aviation Safety & Security @USC
For over half a century the USC program has served as the gold standard of aviation safety management education, developing a reputation for excellence that is recognized nationally and internationally in the aviation community. Our program was established at USC in 1952 as the first Aviation Safety program at a major research university. We offer 20 courses to nearly 1000 students each year in a personal and hands-on format. Our instructors are skilled educators with extensive industry experience, and courses are taught in small classes to facilitate classroom interaction. Students gain the knowledge to establish safety programs, investigate aircraft accidents, become expert witnesses, and deal with human factor issues.
Aviation Investigators Receive Training
Where Investigators Learn to Prevent Accidents
Aviation Safety and Security Program teaches courses to pilots across the globe
What happens on a plane full of sick passengers? An aerospace medicine expert explains
Instructor Allen Parmet on how infections spread on planes, what happens when passengers fall sick, and how to investigate an in-flight outbreak.