Uncrewed Aerial Systems Piloting Certificate
PROGRAM CODE: 2C42402
The Unmanned Aerial Systems Piloting Certificate is designed to provide the student with a strong foundation and employment skills needed for safely flying drones in the commercial unmanned aerial industry. The training within this program will develop a student's understanding of proper and safe piloting, weather effects on aircraft, federal airspace, and regulations, as well as ethical issues regarding drones. A student must possess the FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate before earning this certificate. This certificate requires a total of 10-11 units. A minimum grade of C is required in each course taken.
|TECH 150 F||Basic Drone Piloting||2-3|
|or TECH 151 F||Applied Drone Piloting|
|TECH 158 F||Advanced Drone Piloting Skills||2|
|TECH 080 F||Federal Aviation Administration Drone Pilot Test Preparation||1|
|ESC 105 F||Introduction to Weather and Climate||3|
|TECH 127 F||Industrial Safety||2|
Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Outcome 1: Execute a proper takeoff and landing of a drone.
Outcome 2: Identify the five different types of airspace defined by the FAA
Outcome 3: Identify safe weather conditions for drone flight.