B.S. in Aeronautics with a Major in Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations curriculum is offered to those students whose career objectives are aimed at the civil unmanned aircraft systems industry.
The program provides the breadth and depth of instruction needed to ensure graduates are prepared to work as pilots/operators and/or developmental team members of unmanned
aircraft systems (UAS) while fully understanding the operational and safety environments of the National Airspace System. Courses require students to be comfortable utilizing
complex science, technology, engineering and mathematics principles. In addition, students must possess strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills. A Commercial
Pilot Certificate, with instrument and multiengine ratings is required.
As some of the technologies involved with UAS fall under International Traffic in Arms Regulations, students wishing to pursue this degree program must be able
to prove United States citizenship prior to enrolling in the following courses: AVIT 331, 332, 333, 334 and 338. There are no exceptions to this policy.