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A.S. in Uncrewed and Autonomous Systems

Students will:

  • Recognize the fundamentals of uncrewed systems and uncrewed systems operations.
  • Identify different task requirements under varying operational circumstances in order to select appropriate solutions during mission planning and execution.
  • Analyze managerial aspects and their application to different uncrewed systems applications.
  • Identify performance criteria and solve basic operational problem.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
General Education

General Education
Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, Humanities, Social Sciences, Physical and Life Science, mathematics, and Computer Science may be chosen from as listed, assuming prerequisites are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into these broad categories and are at the level specified.
Communication Theory and Skills
Any Communication Theory and Skills above ENGL 1069
Humanities
Lower-Level Humanities (Any Lower or Upper Level Humanities)3
Upper-Level Humanities (Any Upper Level Humanities)3
Social Science
Any Social Science6
Physical and Life Science
Any Physical Science/Physics6
Mathematics
Any College Algebra or higher Math Series6
Computer Science
Any Computer Science3
Total Credits36

Core/Major

ASCI 202Introduction to Aeronautical Science3
UNSY 315Uncrewed Aircraft Systems and Operations3
UNSY 318Uncrewed Aircraft Systems Robotics3
BSAS 320Human Factors in Aviation Safety3
UNSY 313Uncrewed Maritime Systems and Applications3
UNSY 331Uncrewed Systems Legal and Regulatory Compliance3
UNSY 205Applied Physics for Uncrewed Systems3
UNSY 316Operational and Business Aspects of Uncrewed Aircraft Systems3
Total Credits24
Total Degree Requirements60