Master job-ready autonomous flight software engineering skills as you tackle advanced challenges, write real code for real aircrafts, and develop a systems understanding of the Flying Car full-stack.
Accelerate your career with the credential that fast-tracks you to job success.
This is an OMSCS orientation course for all Georgia Tech OMS students.
This free course is your first step towards a new career with the Flying Cars & Autonomous Flight Nanodegree Program.
Enhance your skill set and boost your hirability through innovative, independent learning.
Welcome messages from Dr. David Joyner and Eboni Bell
Accessing Oscar, Time Tickets & holds, Classing (finding, adding, dropping) waitlists, and grades
Accessing T-square, settings and tools, assessments (assignments, quizzes and tests) and grade book, and links (Piazza and Udacity)
Accessing course materials, courses, form exercises, and programming exercises
Getting started, profile, reading lists and topics, navigation, and posting
Passport, ProctorTrack, Google+, Peer Feedback, Webex, and other resources
Courses, community, and welcome!
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In this OMS Orientation, we cover several things you will need to know to be a successful OMS student.
Things we cover: - How you’ll register for classes. - Various tools you’ll use during your Masters education for submitting assignments, participating in forum discussions, and interacting with your professors and peers. - Tips and secrets to success in the OMS.
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