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Bachelor in Aeronautical Engineering in USA

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems Design and Integration

Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus
Campus Full-time 4 years August 2019 USA Salina

With a renowned unmanned aircraft systems program first established in field and flight operations and an engineering technology department that dates back to the campus's inception, Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus has created an area of study that utilizes both of these strengths as well as meets the industry's growing demands.

Unmanned Aircraft Systems Flight and Operations

Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus
Campus Full-time 4 years August 2019 USA Salina

Kansas State Polytechnic is one of the first and still one of the few universities in the country to offer a bachelor’s degree in unmanned aircraft systems. With this revolutionary new field, Kansas State Polytechnic understands the importance of providing its students with research opportunities, cutting-edge technology and equipment and an exclusive education.

Bachelor of Applied Science in Aeronautical Science

Green River College
Campus Full-time 2 - 4 years September 2019 USA Auburn

The Green River Aeronautical Science BAS degree is designed to prepare students in employment in a variety of Aviation positions, such as pilots, dispatchers, air traffic controllers, airport management, and unmanned aerial systems.