Aviation Law Minor
Embry-Riddle’s Aviation Law minor is the first and only undergraduate minor of its type in the United States. Aviation is an industry regulated by administrative as well as contract, property, tort, criminal and constitutional common law principles. As such, students pursuing this minor will be the first to have an opportunity to have a concentrated field of study in this area, as well as being well-versed in legal issues facing aviation.
The minor in Aviation Law allows students to explore various aviation-related legal disciplines. The minor requires the student to take AS 405 and AS 414 and then an additional nine hours, for a total of 15 credit hours. The remaining nine hours can be earned with any combination of other courses as listed below:
- Aviation Law, AS 405, 3
- Aviation and the Administrative Process, AS 414, 3
and any three of the following:
- Aviation Legislation, AS 254, 3
- Ethics in the Aviation Environment, AS 312, 3
- Business Law, BA 225, 3
- Aviation Insurance, BA 322, 3
- Health, Safety, and Aviation Law, SF 462, 3
Total Credits Required= 15
By offering students the prospect of obtaining an Aviation Law minor, Embry-Riddle gives them a unique aviation educational experience.