Upon course completion, the student will be able to:1. Evaluate power generation options available for unmanned systems2. Analyze types of fuel sources and power storage3. Formulate a method to transfer, control, monitor, and store unmanned system power4. Appraise the requirements and dependencies associated with various unmanned operational environments, including available methods for achieving propulsion5. Evaluate types of control actuation used for unmanned maneuvering and manipulation6. Defend the recommendation of system components appropriate for operation in specific unmanned operational environments7. Appraise the design or selection of power, propulsion, and maneuvering elements and their appropriateness to perform unmanned missions or tasks in a safe, efficient, and effective manner8. Contrast alternative power, propulsion, and maneuvering options for unmanned systems based on the operational environment, issues, and availability of new technology, processes, or concepts9. Construct specification requirements of an unmanned system power, propulsion, and maneuvering subsystem design10. Develop an power, propulsion, and maneuvering subsystem design or configuration to support an unmanned system application, management practice, or operational policy, incorporating new technology, methods, processes, or concepts, and communicate final recommendation to other stakeholders11. Demonstrate appropriate selection and application of a research method and statistical analysis (where required), specific to the course subject matter.