Program Information

Engineering Technology Unmanned Aircraft Systems Option (BETB-US) graduates will demonstrate:

  • A. Technical Skills and Knowledge.
    • 1. basic understanding of electric circuits, circuit analysis techniques, analog circuit design, digital systems, and electronic communication systems.
    • 2. basic understanding of computer programming and networking.
    • 3. ability to understand and analyze the structural design and construction of a small uncrewed aircraft vehicle (UAV).
  • B. Creative Design, Application, and Lifelong Learning.
    • 1. application of physics or chemistry to electrical, electronic, and computer systems in a rigorous mathematical environment at or above the level of algebra and trigonometry.
    • 2. ability to analyze, design, and implement control systems, communication systems, computer hardware and software systems as applied to uncrewed aircraft systems.
    • 3. ability to be life-long learners.
    • 4. commitment to quality and continuous improvement.
  • C. Communication.
    • 1. ability to write clear and effective technical reports, proposals, and business correspondence.
    • 2. ability to communicate orally technical information to a variety of audiences.
  • D. Professional Behavior in a Diverse World.
    • 1. understanding and respect for diversity in the workplace.
    • 2. importance of working effectively as teams.
    • 3. awareness of the impact of technology on our society.
  • E. Professional Development.
    • 1. ability to apply project management techniques to UAS systems.
    • 2. ability to practice professional ethics and social responsibility