William Coyne

Professor and Program Coordinator for B.S. in Air Traffic Management
Applied Aviation Sciences Department
College of Aviation
William Coyne

  • Ed.D. - Doctor of Education in Higher Education Leadership, Nova Southeastern University
  • M. - Master in Aviation Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management, Phillips University

  • Private Pilot - Federal Aviation Administration
  • Control Tower Operator - Federal Aviation Administration

  • MSA 618: En route Non-Radar Operations
  • AT 406: En route Non-Radar Operations
  • AT 405: En route Radar Operations
  • MSA 617: En route Radar Operations
  • AT 306: Safety in Air Traffic Mgmt

Currently Teaching
• AT 405: En route Radar Operations
• AT 406: En route Non-Radar Operations
• AT 495: Collaborative Traffic Flow Management

  • A PESTE Analysis of European Route Charges. (2014) International Journal of Science Commerce & Humanities, 2(6).
  • A PESTE Analysis of Performance Based Navigation; Political, Ecological, Social, Technological, Economical Factors. (2014) International Journal of Science, Commerce, and Humanities, 2(5).
  • Air Traffic Simulations, Sage Encyclopedia of Transportation.
  • NextGen and SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research). (2013). International Journal of Science, Commerce and Humanities, 1 (7).
  • Professionalism: A Curriculum and Expected Competence Learned Early in the Life of an Aviation Maintenance Technician. Aviation Maintenance Summit Conference, November 2013.
  • Embry-Riddle Spaceflight Research Initiative, Task 2-Aviation Impact from Space Operations Analysis Process, (2012).
  • Space Commerce Study, ERAU Internal Research Project, (2011).
  • Change Is A Coming, (2008). C.Howell (ED), 101
  • An Analysis of Barriers Found in Reporting Wildlife Strike Incidents to FAA National Wildlife Strike Database for Civilian Aviation, (2007). International Journal of Professional Aviation Training & Testing Research, 1 (1) Article 4, pp. 38-57.