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AVT 3152 UAS Operations II Lab

This is a companion course to AVT 3151 in which students will gain advanced hands-on training with a variety of UAS vehicles via a lab format. This course builds on the knowledge and skills developed in prerequisite unmanned aerial system (UAS) courses to develop an understanding of advanced UAS operations. The course includes proper implementation of safety risk mitigation, crew resource management, procedures, mission planning, and data management to enable successful execution of fixed-wing and vertical-takeoff-and-landing operations. Four lab hours per week.

Division: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Department: Aviation Technology
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: No

Prereqs: AVT 2151 AND AVT 2280  Restricted to Majors  Possession of FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot certificate required. 


  • Plan and execute a full unmanned aircraft systems mission.
  • Operate a representative aircraft in a simulated environment to execute a mission in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Demonstrate fundamental knowledge and experience in flight control logic, aircraft parameters, maps, flight planning and safety of a complex UAS.
  • Demonstrate a strong knowledge and ability in the use of checklists for various UAS vehicles to ensure their proper, safe operation.

Credit Hours: 2

Lab Hours: 4