When the time comes to enter the job market, you will be ready.
With your FAA A&P certificate, you are prepared to perform maintenance and troubleshooting on everything that flies — from small private planes to corporate jets, from helicopters to jetliners.
With your A.S. degree, you add a level of education and training that aerospace and aviation businesses are demanding. You’re more than a certified technician; you’re a professional.
With your B.S. degree, you are qualified for the next level in your career field. Opportunities abound in technical and managerial careers in aviation, aerospace, and many other exciting fields. With the B.S. degree, you are prepared for the world of new and emerging opportunities in aviation and aerospace.
With the optional ALM minor course of study, you gain additional skills in avionics maintenance for even wider career opportunities. You’ll want to take advantage of Embry-Riddle’s on-campus Career Services Office. A personal career counselor is ready to assist you in preparing your résumé and exploring job opportunities with hundreds of companies.
This is a partial listing of major organizations that come to Embry-Riddle first when looking for AMS graduates: