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All tours visit the John Paul Riddle Center.
Each tour is 90 minutes long and concludes with an admissions presentation. Weekday Tours start at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., or 2 p.m. (except for the Aviation Maintenance Science tours, which are 9 a.m. or 2 p.m.) Saturday tours start at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Not sure what degree you’d like to earn? Maybe something related to aviation? Maybe business or engineering? Something else? Get a look into the many different degrees Embry-Riddle has to offer with this general tour of our outstanding academic programs and Academic Buildings.Schedule Tour
Are you somebody who likes to dig into something and figure out how it works? Look out for this amazing tour of Embry-Riddle’s top-notch engineering labs. This tour includes Lehman Building of Engineering and Technology and Mechanical Engineering Building.Schedule Tour
Do you dream of flying? Maybe being involved in something else related to the aviation industry? This tour of Embry-Riddle's highly reputable flight and aviation complexes helps you realize that you can turn those dreams into a reality. This tour includes Flight Operations Building and the Flight Line, Simulator Complex and College of AviationSchedule Tour
The business of aviation is ever-evolving and never dull. Whether your interests lie in marketing, finance, operations, or management, consider a degree that will provide the basic business foundation plus an in-depth understanding of these global industries that will improve your marketability. This tour includes College of Business (Applied Aviation Simulation Lab, Airport Technology and Operations Lab, Radio-Frequency Identification Lab, Transportation and Logistics Lab, and more)Schedule Tour
Embry-Riddle's College of Arts & Sciences offers many areas of study that can capture the attention of anyone — not just those interested in the world of aviation! From our revolutionary Computational Mathematics degree to our reputable Engineering Physics degree, ERAU has a degree for all students. This tour includes College of Arts & Sciences, home of the largest university research telescope in the state (Human Computer Interaction Lab, Modern Physics Lab, Spacecraft Development Lab, Non-Linear Wave Lab, Atmospheric Research Lab, and more)Schedule Tour
The demand for aircraft mechanics has never been greater. Whether you’re looking to work for the airlines, aircraft manufacturers, corporate flight departments, or government agencies, if you want a hands-on career in the industry, explore Aviation Maintenance Science with an associate’s degree option that will put you to work in as little as two years. This tour includes Emil Buehler Aviation Maintenance Science Building (Maintenance Training Hangar, Chandler Titus Engine Repair Station, Turbine Engine Test Cell, and more)Schedule Tour