Liverpool John Moores University
Drone Technology and Applications
The standard entry requirements are at least a lower second Honours degree, or equivalent, in either an Engineering discipline, Physics, Mathematics or Computer Science; applicants will be considered who hold at least a lower second honours degree, or equivalent, in another discipline which contains significant numerical and analytical content. Holders of such degrees might like to make informal contact with the programme team prior to application. We will also consider applications from individuals who may not hold any of the above qualifications but have significant relevant experience in the field or a related area. Anyone considering an application on such as basis should contact the programme team in the first instance for an informal discussion and advice.
Semester 1: UAV technology and operations; drone construction; research methods.
Semester 2: advanced UAV technology and operations; UAV operations and the law; optical measurement and sensing; dissertation project.
As this is a very practical subject, most of the assessment is coursework based and of a practical nature. You will be assessed using a variety of methods, including: themed essays; practical tasks; flying tests; reports; presentations; on-line blogs; mission plan scenarios.
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|MSc||Full-time||September 2016||-||12 months|
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