AVT 560 is the examination of the requirements and resources used to plan, fund, and construct airport projects or modifications and to show the airport manager's role in project development. Components and organization of the Airport Master Plan (AMP) and Airport Layout Plan (ALP) are studied in outlines and existing plans to show applicability to local conditions and with emphasis on FAR Part 77 and AC 150/5300-13. Typical projects are reviewed for Airport Capital Improvement Funding and utilization of Computer Assisted Design (CAD). Student case study research will be integrated to assess a project's feasibility.

AVN 3090 covers the nation's airspace design, navigation and air traffic systems and their effect on airport capacity. Additionally, the national airport system will be investigated as well as airport design and development parameters, fiscal processes, and management considerations.