Unmanned Aircraft Systems Education in High School
Kansas State University Salina Aerospace and Technology Campus has partnered with Unmanned Safety Institute to bring quality unmanned aircraft systems education to high schools. During one year of high school classes, students can receive up to seven hours of college credit and are prepared to take the USI Safety certificate exam and FAA remote pilot in command certificate exam. By Aug. 30, high school students choose if they want college credit. The cost for the student is only $122 per credit hour. Certification exam fees are additional.
How it works
- High school teachers are trained in K-State Salina flight operations and USI safety curriculum.
- High school teachers can earn FAA remote pilot in command certificate and sUAS safety certification.
- High school teachers deliver UAS classes to students. Students choose if they want college credit.
- Students have the opportunity to earn sUAS safety certification and FAA remote pilot in command certificate.
- K-State Salina awards up to seven hours of college credit after exams are passed.
- Courses available for credit are Intro to UAS - 3 credits Multi-rotor flight lab - 1 credit Topics in UAS Safety - 3 credits
(Equipment not included.)
Per Student Investment
(Investment can be paid by the school, the student or a combination.)