What is Unmanned Systems Technology?
The Unmanned Systems Technology program is specifically designed to address the needs of students who wish to pursue opportunities and careers in the emerging unmanned robotics field. Students are prepared for entry and advancement within the Unmanned Systems Technology workforce (aerial, land, and water vehicles/robotics) field.
For more information, check out our program information sheet.
Classes begin February 11, 2020. Check out our course offerings.
Want to build a drone, check out UST 220 that will be offered in Spring 2020.
What are my career choices?
According to a study by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, more than 100,000 unmanned aerial systems jobs are projected by 2025. Unmanned Systems Technology has applications in a variety of industries with careers in areas such as Commercial Drone Pilot, First Responders, Search and Rescue, Construction, Telecommunication Inspection Services, Filmmaking, Energy Inspection Services, Surveying/Mapping, Real Estate and many other identified applications.
What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?
Degrees (CIP: 47.0606)
- Advanced Drone Operator Concentration
- First Responder Specialist Concentration
- GIS/Unmanned Specialist Concentration
- Unmanned Systems Technician Concentration
- Remote Drone Pilot (3 credit hours)
- Unmanned Systems Technology (19 credit hours)
- First Responder Specialist (25 credit hours)
- GIS/Unmanned Systems Specialist (21 credit hours)
Length of Program
This information should not be considered a substitute for the catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.