Unmanned Aerial Systems – Skill Set
This skill set will provide the initial skills and practical application experience to operate and repair unmanned aerial systems. This will provide a foundation for students that may want to continue their exposure in the field of aviation toward basic and advanced pilot certifications and degrees.
|Minimum cumulative GPA||2.0|
|Minimum grade in all courses||2.0|
|Minimum Jackson College credits||13|
CORE REQUIREMENTS (13 credits)
Take the following:
|Course #||Course Name||Credits||Prerequisites||Notes|
|AFT 110||Primary Ground School||3|
Preparation for the FAA Private Pilot written examination by classroom work on federal aviation regulations, air space, meteorology, navigation, communication and aerodynamics.
|AFT 112||Primary Flight I||3|
Course includes 20/25 hours of flight. This course prepares the student for solo flight with 15/20 hours of dual instruction and five hours of solo flight. Includes preflight, start-up, radio communication, taxiing, basic flight maneuvers, takeoffs, landings, etc. Must be able to obtain a Third Class Medical Certificate.
|ELT 140||Introduction to Digital Electronics||4||ENG 085 and MAT 020* or higher|
This course is the beginning course in digital electronics. Topics include number systems, Boolean algebra, and basic logic gates and circuits.
|UAS 101||Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles|