Unmanned Aircraft Systems Technician - Associate of Applied Science (Major Code - UAVT)
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Technician Associate of Applied Science degree is intended for current unmanned aircraft systems technicians seeking to improve their education and career prospects in the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) field. It focuses on mechanical and electronic aircraft systems.
Military credit toward this degree may be based on skill level, training, and/or coursework from military schools attended. See an academic advisor for details.
THE UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE IS RUN THROUGH THE MOS CREDENTIALING PROGRAM ON FORT HUACHUCA AND DOES NOT FOLLOW STANDARD SEMESTER SCHEDULING.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 18-20 CREDITS
Composition 6 credits
Mathematics 3-5 credits
|MAT 132||Applied Mathematics*||
| ||or higher (3-5 credits)||
Liberal Arts 6 credits
Technology Literacy 3 credits
|CIS 116||Computer Essentials*||
|CIS 120||Introduction to Information Systems**||
CORE CURRICULUM 22-27 CREDITS
Select two of the following:
|AMT 210||Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Maintenance Technician||
|AMT 212||Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Mechanical Technician||
|AVT 211||Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Avionics||
ELECTIVES (AS NEEDED TO COMPLETE 64 CREDITS)
TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 64 CREDITS