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Unmanned Vehicle University Gains VA Approval
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Dr. Jerry LeMieux, Col., USAF (Ret) said, “This is the perfect education to transition from the military to an exploding civilian job market. There are hundreds of commercial applications that will need new training to lead the next generation of unmanned systems.”
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Masters Degree in Unmanned Systems Engineering – All Courses Online
This specialized degree focuses on unmanned systems engineering and program/project management. It includes architecture, development, modeling & simulation, analysis, integration, test and management of complex systems and processes. The curriculum consists of 36 credits taken during 12 week terms. No Master’s Thesis required. To transition and complete the Doctorate program, 48 course credits and a 12 credit doctoral dissertation is required. Entrance requirements are a Bachelors degree in any field.
The Masters Degree in Unmanned Aircraft Systems Engineering requires a Bachelors degree in any topic. Persons with the Masters Degree in Unmanned Aircraft Systems Engineering will enter the Unmanned Career field as a Program Manager or Systems Engineer.
The Systems Engineering course includes preparation for the entry level International Council on Systems Engineering’
Doctorate Degree in Unmanned Systems Engineering – All Courses Online
The systems engineering course includes preparation for the entry level International Council on Systems Engineering’
This specialized degree focuses on unmanned aircraft systems. Courses are taught online and on campus at 1 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ. The curriculum includes architecture, development, modeling & simulation, analysis, integration, test and management of complex systems and processes. Problems and exams are used to assess candidate progress. The program consists of 48 credits taken over 12 week terms and a Doctoral dissertation (12 credits). At the end of the last course, students must pass a comprehensive exam before starting their research for the dissertation. At the end of the program, students will be required to give a 20 to 40 minute presentation of their research to the examining committee. This presentation can be done remotely. There is no residency requirement. Dissertations will be judged by whether or not an original and unique contribution is made to the UAS industry. A Masters degree in any field and college algebra is required for entry into this program.
Any veteran (both active duty and retired) seeking further information should contact Darrell Slaughter, MBA, Director of Business Development at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:ken.murray@
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