UNLV’s new UAS minor program introduces students to basic knowledge of the field’s various components, preparing them for work in the UAS industry. The program’s core includes an introduction to UAS, UAS simulation training, and a class on privacy issues, taught by the William S. Boyd School of Law. The proposed minor program will provide students with knowledge about UAS-related technology through hands-on courses created specifically for the program. With Nevada’s recent FAA designation as one of six regional sites for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) development, students who complete the minor will be uniquely prepared for future UAV pilot certification, the rules and standards of which are currently being developed by the FAA.