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KU Aerospace Short Course Program

Founded in 1977, the KU Aerospace Short Course Program is the professional training choice of the global aerospace community. Developed to address the specific training needs of an aerospace engineer, our industry-expert instructors translate theory into practical application, so you can return to work and solve real-world problems immediately. Aerospace short courses are offered online, at scheduled locations throughout the United States and they can be brought on-site, to your workplace.
 
The Electromagnetic Effects track consists of courses related to electromagnetic effects, including lighting, FAA requirements, HIRFs, RTCA DO-160 qualification and more.

Continue to the KU Aerospace Short Course Program homepage for complete program information, including course descriptions, learning opportunities, and the short course public schedule.

Questions?

Call 785-864-5823 or (Toll-Free) 877-404-5823 or email ProfessionalPrograms@ku.edu

Current Course Listings - Electromagnetic Effects

   Aircraft Lightning: Requirements, Component Testing, Aircraft Testing and Certification
   Electromagnetic Effects Aircraft Level Testing and FAA Requirements
   Introduction to 25.981 - Fuel Tank Safety and Ignition Prevention
   Introduction to Electromagnetic Effects (EME)
   Introduction to High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF)
   RTCA DO-160 Qualification: Purpose, Testing and Design Considerations
   RTCA DO-160 Qualification: Purpose, Testing and Design Considerations (live online course)

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