As the hometown of the Wright Brothers, Dayton, Ohio sports a rich tradition in aviation history. So, it’s no surprise the Gem City is making history again in unmanned aviation.
Last week, Sinclair Community College awarded its first-ever bachelor’s degrees in Unmanned Aerial Systems.
Samuel Bryan and Preston Moore hope to leverage their degrees to pursue careers in drone-related industry.
“Sinclair’s UAS bachelor’s degree program is very hands-on so instead of just studying and trying to find it out for yourself, you are in the lab working on designing, 3-D printing, building, manufacturing, and fixing broken vehicles. Just a plethora of hands-on learning to better prepare you for a career in Unmanned Aerial Systems,” Moore said.
Moore’s love of video games initially drew him to the program. He says he will use the degree to showcase properties as a Realtor.
“What I love most about Sinclair’s UAS program is just how hands-on…