The Graphic Design and Multimedia Program has a Drone/UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) course prepared to go through curriculum. This course will not only teach the use of video and still photography as it relates to drone use, but will also teach students the uses of drones for Agriculture, Law Enforcement, Search & rescue, Construction, Journalism, Entertainment, Geographic Mapping, and Wildlife Management to name a few of the current uses. There will be collaboration with programs in these areas to teach all interested students regardless of major or area of interest. Many future uses and technologies will increase the need for qualified drone operators, for what is expected to become a $127 billion industry. In order to teach a full course on Mobile Design and Digital Art with iPads additional iPads and Pencils will be purchase to support all students. Having the additional ipads will allow instruction to occur in other locations, including off-site locations. These ipads will also be used as controllers for the Drones/Quadcopters that will be purchased. In order to transport the iPads, mobile charging stations will be purchased. The Multimedia Studies Program is currently putting a 3D Printing course through curriculum. This course will teach students how to use a 3D printer with a focus on production rather than just design. Companies are in need of skilled employees that can work on 3D printers, manage the output, and print different types of products and materials. To this end, we will need multiple 3D printers for students to work with in the labs. Students will use these printers to also create their own 3D Printers in the form of Maker Space learning and skills building.