Minor in Unmanned Aircraft Systems
This minor program provides engineering and computer science undergraduate students with in-depth knowledge and technical aspects of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). The curriculum focuses on UAS applications in unmanned surveillance, data collection, and autonomous navigation. The curriculum consists of 9 credit hours of core courses plus 12 credit hours of specialized elective-tracks. The core courses includes i) UAS technologies, ii) UAS Privacy, and iii) UAS training and testing courses.
Students entering the UAS minor program must be majors in engineering or computer science. Students with a science or math major need to contact the program coordinator for guidance. Students must apply in the minor two semesters prior to graduation and need to be approved by the minor program coordinator.
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- Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of UAS.
Students must complete 9 credits of UAS core courses and 12 credits of elective courses in specialty tracks. No more than 9 credits can be counted toward a major degree.
|EGG 370: UAS Design and Applications|
|EGG 470/670: UAS Simulation and Testing|
|LAW 432: Privacy, Publicity & Defamation|
|Specialization Track||Elective Courses|
|Autonomous System Design||
|HCI (Human-computer Interaction)||
If there are no Plans of Study listed under this program, they may be listed under one of its sub-plans.