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(UAS) Unmanned Aerial Systems

UAS 101 - Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) (3 credits)
An overview of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), emphasizing their commercial and military history and growth as well as current and future applications in today's world. In addition, students are trained on the basics of flying a UAS and obtain the necessary ground training to take the required FAA written test for Remote Pilot - UAS. Proof of U.S. citizenship is required. 3 lecture/1 laboratory hours
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UAS 102 - Advanced Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) (3 credits)
Corequisite: UAS 101
An in-depth study of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), emphasizing current and future applications including commercial and military. Current Federal Aviation Regulations as they apply to commercial UAS operations are explored, as are UAS design, human factors relating to operation, and the general public's perceptions of UAS operation. Students continue to develop safety skills as well as more advanced UAS flying maneuvers. Proof of U.S. citizenship is required. 3 lecture/1 laboratory hours
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