- The 30-credit program, built on rigorous coursework, allows students the option of developing and demonstrating knowledge attainment through project-based experiences.
- The program’s fifteen-credit core provides breadth across pertinent issues in unmanned and autonomous systems: unmanned platforms; planning and localization; sensors and data links; control systems; reliability, safety, and certification; and the requisite mathematical background.
- The program’s remaining fifteen credits consists of elective courses, determined in consultation with the student’s advisor to tailor a program of study
- Student can choose the Unmanned Aircraft Systems area of concentration, building a deep understanding of problems in the field through development of an operational aircraft and control station, or the Systems Engineering area of concentration to develop skills in systems engineering toward the requirements, design, implementation, validation, and certification of unmanned and autonomous systems.
|Tuition & fees||1907170 INR|
|Hostel & Meals||908908 INR|
|Books and Supplies||102536 INR|
|Student Government Association (SGA||21972 INR|
|Health Services fee||24609 INR|
|Technology fee||41893 INR|
|Facilities fee||21972 INR|
|orientation fee||10986 INR|
|International Student Service fee||15966 INR|
|Class 12th||No specific cutoff mentioned|