Mohave Community College is offering an unmanned aircraft systems degree and students and eventually earn their bachelors thanks to an agreement between MCC and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
The degree would prepare students to pursue an unmanned aircraft systems Bachelor of Science degree or to acquire entry-level employment in a host of industries utilizing unmanned aircraft. UAS majors also will gain a broad understanding of business, aviation regulations, technology, meteorology and security issues of the industry.
“The new degree is a transfer pathway to one of the few unmanned aircraft major programs in the country,” said Andra Goldberg, MCC computer information systems faculty.
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