2024-2025 Catalog and Student Handbook (Unofficial) 
    
    Jun 19, 2024  
2024-2025 Catalog and Student Handbook (Unofficial)

CSN AAS Engineering Technology: Unmanned Systems-Unmanned Aviation Systems Technology Map


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WHO SHOULD USE THIS ACADEMIC MAP
This academic map should be used by CSN students who are completing the Engineering Technology: Unmanned Systems-Unmanned Aviation Systems Technology, AAS .
 
HOW THIS ACADEMIC MAP IS SET UP
The academic map is designed to provide students with the optimal route to earning an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Students who cannot take the map’s recommended number of credits each semester will take longer to complete the degree, graduate and transfer.
 
CSN AAS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: UNMANNED SYSTEMS-UNMANNED AVIATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY: DESCRIPTION
This degree is designed specifically for students who have a desire to work in unmanned aviation system (UAS) related careers. This degree provides students with classroom and laboratory experiences in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements and aviation fundamentals, electronics, microprocessors, and programming.  The program will prepare students to enter the employment market as UAS Technicians. Program content includes an introduction to UAS flight, history, avionics, sensors, communications systems, and select paths to various applications such as Videography, Construction, RF Technology, Network Security, and First Responders. Students prepare for and conduct unmanned flights similar to those commonly performed in the industry. Students comply with FAA regulations that govern the UAS industry. Academic skills emphasizing related math, science and human relations are stressed to prepare students to meet the challenges common in the workplace.

 

Semester #1 (15 Total Minimum Credit Hours)


Semester Notes
  • Grades of D+, D, and D- in the major requirements (occupational) area in an Associate of Applied Science degree program will not count toward graduation requirements. 
  • Click on a course to see more information about that course including description, prerequisites and credit value.
 
Semester Milestones
  • Student MUST MEET with an advisor or counselor BEFORE REGISTERING for their NEXT SEMESTER.

      Recommended Courses
  • Mathematics (General Education) - Credits 3:
  • ET 111B  or MATH 127   or above

  • Elective (Major Requirements) - Credits 4:  
  • Electronic Engineering Technology (Major Requirements) - Credits 4:
  • ET 131B  or MT 102  

  • Electronic Engineering Technology (Major Requirements) - Credits 4:  
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Semester #2 (15-20 Total Minimum Credit Hours)


Semester Notes
  • Grades of D+, D, and D- in the major requirements (occupational) area in an Associate of Applied Science degree program will not count toward graduation requirements. 
  • Click on a course to see more information about that course including description, prerequisites and credit value.
 
Semester Milestones
  • Student MUST MEET with an advisor or counselor BEFORE REGISTERING for their NEXT SEMESTER.

      Recommended Courses

Semester #3 (16 Total Minimum Credit Hours)


Semester Notes
  • Grades of D+, D, and D- in the major requirements (occupational) area in an Associate of Applied Science degree program will not count toward graduation requirements. 
  • Click on a course to see more information about that course including description, prerequisites and credit value.
 
Semester Milestones
  • Student MUST MEET with an advisor or counselor BEFORE REGISTERING for their NEXT SEMESTER.

      Recommended Courses
  • Natural Science (General Education) - Credits 4:
  • EGG 131  and EGG 131L  

  • Elective (Major Requirements) - Credits 3:
  • Computing and Information Technology (Major Requirements) - Credits 3:  
  • Computing and Information Technology (Major Requirements) - Credits 3:  
  • Electronic Engineering Technology (Major Requirements) - Credits 3:  
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Semester #4 (17 Total Minimum Credit Hours)


Semester Notes
  • Grades of D+, D, and D- in the major requirements (occupational) area in an Associate of Applied Science degree program will not count toward graduation requirements. 
  • Click on a course to see more information about that course including description, prerequisites and credit value.
 
Semester Milestones
  • APPLY FOR GRADUATION by the deadline. Click www.csn.edu/graduation for more information on applying for graduation.

    Recommended Courses
  • Natural Science (General Education) - Credits 4:  
  • Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Science (General Education) - Credits 3:
  • See a counselor or advisor for course selection

  • U.S. and Nevada Constitutions (General Education) - Credits 4:
  • HIST 100  or PSC 101    

  • Elective (Major Requirements) - Credits 3:
  • See a counselor or advisor for course selection

  • Electronic Engineering Technology (Major Requirements) - Credits 3:    
  • Students who complete IS 101  will complete a total of 66 credits for this degree.