Dr. Tim Collins
Dr. Tim Collins has been certified as an instructor since 1980. He has been teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels since 1996 in the areas of aviation safety, accident investigation, and aeronautical sciences while also serving as a Committee Member for master’s thesis efforts. Additionally, he has lectured on ethics, character development, and aviation technology development with unmanned systems at colleges and universities around the country. He is currently serving as a Doctoral Dissertation Committee Chair. Finally, he is the Programs Chair and a faculty member with both the Technical Management and Engineering Management graduate degree and certificate programs with the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering. His educational experiences include course work at Columbia University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, Indiana University-Purdue University, FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute, Air War College, and the Army Command and General Staff College.
- Bachelor of Science Engineering, US Air Force Academy
- Master of Science National Security Strategy, National War College
- Master of Aeronautical Science Aeronautical Sciences, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Ed.D Higher Education and Organizational Change, Benedictine University