Examines the application, development and management of unmanned systems, ranging from regulation; to human performance.
- Daytona Beach, United States
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Political Science
- Program Description:
- The Master of Science in Unmanned Systems at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide examines the application, development and management of unmanned systems and addresses issues including regulation; systems design; policy and ethics; education and training; and human performance and machine interaction. Designed for anyone from recent undergraduates to experienced professionals, this master’s degree program will complement your existing professional interests or evolve into an entirely new field of expertise. Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to provide innovative solutions for all unmanned systems - in the air, on the ground, under water and out in space. Degree concentrations include: unmanned aerospace system; aeronautics and design; human factors; space systems; safety/emergency response; operations; education; aviation/aerospace management; and aviation/aerospace research. Advanced knowledge in these specialized areas will give graduates an edge when competing for jobs in the unmanned industry.
Additional Program Information
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University — including the Daytona Beach Campus, the Prescott Campus and the Worldwide Campus — is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award degrees at the associate, baccalaur
- Financial Aid:
- Applicants for admission to the Master of Science in Unmanned Systems (MSUS) program must have prerequisite knowledge in the following areas: Quantitative Methods Students should assume responsibility to see that prerequisites are satisfied. The prerequisite subject knowledge for a specific graduate course must be satisfied before enrollment in that specific course is permitted. Students may enroll in other graduate level courses as they meet any specific prerequisite knowledge required. The prerequisite knowledge can be validated through one of the following: Completed an undergraduate or graduate course in each of the specific subject areas and upon validation of the course from an official transcript;-OR- Completed a course listed in either the National or ACE Guide for which academic credit in one of the specific subject areas is recommended; -OR- Received at least the minimum recommended score on a CLEP, DANTES, PEP, etc. exam in each of the subject areas as required.
- International Requirements:
- International applicants must submit the application for admission 90 days prior to the term start date. The following items are also required: All international undergraduate and graduate applicants who have any educational experience outside the United States are required to provide an official course-by-course evaluation to include the cumulative grade point average. The evaluation must be certified by one of the Foreign Credential Evaluation Services (FCE) approved by Embry-Riddle. A fee is charged for the service and must be paid by the applicant directly to the FCE
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