The demand for Unmanned Aerial Systems is increasing at a phenomenal rate. A shift in military strategies and the demand for use in the private sector as well as other government agencies has fueled an industry which is estimated to explode to over $80 billion in the next decade. With local government agencies and First Responder personnel in need of new technological options for fast and safe mission execution. The Dayton region and its Educational Institutions are primed to take advantage of the opportunity as industry leaders.
|AVT 1101||Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems||2|
|AVT 1104||UAS Standards, Regulations & Law||1|
|AVT 1108||UAS First Responder Applications||1|
|AVT 2150||Crew Resource Management for UAS||1|
|CJS 1101||Introduction to Criminal Justice Science||3|
|CJS 1155||Homeland Security Issues & Administration||3|
|EET 1121||UAS Remote Sensing & Analysis||1|
|EET 1158||Aerospace Spatial Visualization||2|
|EMS 1100||Emergency Medical Responder Lecture & Laboratory||2|
Potential articulation agreement with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to accept certificate courses in transfer.