From self-driving cars to drone deliveries, unmanned systems are changing the way we live. To thrive in this environment, companies need leaders who understand the possibilities and challenges posed by unmanned systems.
If you work in the unmanned industry, the Master of Science in Unmanned Systems (MSUS) program will broaden your perspective, deepen your knowledge, and help you move to the next level in your career.
If you work in a field outside unmanned systems, the MSUS will build your knowledge base, help you understand the potential of unmanned technology in your own industry, and prepare you to be the expert on unmanned systems in your workplace.
In this program, you will:
- Learn from instructors with real world industry, government, and research experience.
- Network with students, alumni, and faculty with a passion for unmanned systems.
- Learn the essentials of unmanned technology, including propulsion, control, communications, autonomy, sensing, and data processing.
- Refine the critical skill of communicating complex technical material to a general audience.
- Practice the team building and collaboration skills that are highly valued by employers.
In addition to helping you capitalize on the opportunities offered by unmanned technology today, this degree will prepare you to be a leader in the dynamic, exciting future that unmanned technology offers.
|UNSY 501||Application of Unmanned Systems||3|
|UNSY 502||Current Issues in Unmanned Systems||3|
|UNSY 503||Legal and Regulatory Issues in Unmanned Systems||3|
|UNSY 606||Unmanned Systems Interoperability and Control||3|
|UNSY 603||Unmanned Systems Operational Configuration||3|
|ASCI 674||Project Management in Aviation/Aerospace||3|
|RSCH 665||Statistical Analysis||3|
Aviation and Aerospace Sustainability
|AASI 600||Sustainable Aviation and Aerospace Perspectives||3|
|AASI 620||Best Practices for Aviation and Aerospace Sustainability||3|
|AASI 625||Sustainability Policy, Ethics & Legal Topics in Aviation and Aerospace||3|
Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) Operations
|UNSY 515||sUAS Operation Fundamentals||3|
|UNSY 520||sUAS Practical Application and Assessment||3|
|UNSY 620||sUAS Operational Planning and Safety Management||3|
|ASCI 693||Current Research Problems in Aviation/Aerospace||3|
|ASCI 604||Human Factors in the Aviation/Aerospace Industry||3|
|ASCI 645||Airport Operations and Management||3|
|ASCI 601||Applications in Space: Commerce, Defense, and Exploration||3|
|ASCI 512||Space Mission and Launch Operations||3|
|ASCI 513||Space Habitation and Life Support Systems||3|
|ASCI 615||Aviation/Aerospace Accident Investigation and Analysis||3|
|ASCI 611||Aviation/Aerospace System Safety||3|
|ASCI 621||Aviation/Aerospace Safety Program Management||3|
|MAVM 601||Leadership in Global Aviation Maintenance Organizations||3|
|MAVM 605||Global Maintenance Resource Management||3|
|MAVM 615||Strategic Management of Global Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Operations||3|
|RSCH 670||Research Methods||3|
| (Available January 2021)|
| (Available January 2021)|
Estimated Cost of Attendance