Professor Douglas A. Williams, Ph.D.

Aviation Program Director


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    Doug Williams  


Office & Contact Info:

Catonsville Campus, Health Careers & Technology Building, Room 123 (HTEC-123)
443-840-4157
443-840-4744 (FAX)
dwilliams@ccbcmd.edu

Fall 2013 Office Hours:
Mondays, 10 AM - 11 PM
Tuesdays, 11 AM - 2 PM
Wednesdays, 11 AM - 12 PM
 or by confirmed appointment (preferred) - call 443-840-4157



Philosophy:
I have been instructing in collegiate education for over 17 years for The Community College of Baltimore County and the University of Maryland.  I enjoy sharing my passion for aviation, business, and computer science with my students and am energized by their eagerness to learn.  I am extremely proud of the accomplishments of my learners. I evaluate my success on their success.


  Courses:
  Aviation (AVMT 101, 141, 142, 201, 211, 216, 221, 226, 241, 242, 246, 247, 251, 256)
  Business (MGNT 101, MGNT 152, MGNT 215, MGNT 265)
  Computer Science (CSIT 101, CSIT 123, CSIT 142, CSIT 155)
  Earth Science (ERSC 131)



  Education:
  Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Education, Capella University
  Master of Science (M.S.) Management Information Systems, Shippensburg University
  Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Business Management, The Pennsylvania State University
  Air Command & Staff College, Air University, US Air Force
  Air War College, Air University, US Air Force

Gen H.H. "Hap" Arnold's ride

Hap Arnold? You decide!


  Qualifications & Aeronautical Ratings:
  Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)
  Flight Instructor Airplane (CFI) - Instrument, Single Engine & Multi Engine
  Active Gold Seal Flight Instructor
  FAA Aviation Safety Team (FAASteam) Member
  Over 7,000 hours of civilian and military flying
  Colonel in the U.S. Air Force serving in the 193rd Special Operations Wing (PA Air National Guard)
  Author of several popular aviation books -- Aircraft Leasing, Importing and Exporting Aircraft, & Mountain Flying
  Employed by the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association (AOPA) Aviation Technical Services Division (1992-1996)
  Professor Williams is the founder and faculty advisor for the CCBC Aviation Club

 

Aviation History Buff Eddie Rickenbacker - NOT!




  Professional Associations:
  University Aviation Association
  National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI)
  Aircraft Owners & Pilot's Association (AOPA) #816586
  Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) #483471
  National Air & Space Museum
  National Museum of the US Air Force
  Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum
  Civil Air Patrol
  Piper Owners Society
  Air Force Association
  National Guard Association of the US (NGAUS)
  Pennsylvania National Guard Association (PNGAS)

    Updated 8/2013
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