Unmanned Aerial Systems Technology

Program Information

Unmanned Aerial Systems Technology is an instructional program that prepares individuals to join the rapidly growing UAS workforce. Students will receive hands-on flight training on realistic flight simulators and in live flight. Instruction emphasizes theory, weather, flight planning, navigation, airspace operations, principles of flight, and aircraft systems. During the program of study, students may earn a Certified FAA Part 107 UAS Commercial Remote Pilots License.

Location of Program:

Hancock Campus

Program Start:

Fall Semester

Program Instructor Contact Information:

Cavin Skidmore

Your natural abilities

  • Analytical Skills
  • Manual Dexterity
  • Mechanical Skills
  • Physical Stamina
  • Technical Skills

Classroom knowledge

  • Aviation Systems
  • Airframe Setup and Maintenance
  • Flight Skill Development

Graduation options

  • Technical Certificate
  • Associates in Applied Science

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