Drone Schools in South Carolina

So what about drone schools in South Carolina? Unfortunately, there are none that I know of at this  time. I am hopeful that I will be able to add something to this page in the future, but for now, if you live in the Palmetto State, you might want to check out:

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University offers the following online programs as part of it Worldwide campus:

Bachelor’s of Science in Unmanned Aircraft Systems : “The BSUSA degree features 36-credits of general education coursework, 48-credits of core unmanned systems topics, and 36-credits associated with a student selected track of study (administration, operations, and development) covering subject relevant to the industry.”

Bachelor’s of Science in Aeronautics – UAS Minor :  “The BSA features an option to pursue an 18-credit minor course of study in UAS designed to improve awareness of system capabilities, unique robotic features, sensor selection and application, and role in modern operations.”

Master of Science in Unmanned Systems : “The MSUS features a series of nine-credit elective concentrations: Unmanned Aerospace Studies (UAS), Aeronautics and Design, Human Factors, Space Systems, Safety/Emergency Response, Operations, Education, Aviation/Aerospace Management, and Aviation/Aerospace Research.”

Master of Science in Aeronautics Degree-UAS Graduate Specialization : “The 36-credit

Master of Science in Aeronautics (MSA) is an advanced degree designed to broaden a student’s knowledge, diversify talents, and cultivate an edge in the competitive field of
aviation.”
Just for fun, here is some nice footage of the South Carolina coastline, taken by drone…

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