Degrees followed by an asterisk (*) feature a combined bachelor's-to-master's degree program option.
The Aeronautical Science degree program blends flight training and FAA certification with academic study to build a foundation for specialization in airlines, corporate and commercial aviation, or the military.
Ambitious aviation and aerospace professionals wanting to advance their knowledge and career can find success in this program that combines theoretical and practical learning experiences to help them develop new skills and expertise.
The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace and Occupational Safety degree prepares students to provide safety expertise in aviation, aerospace, and other occupational settings.
Students in Embry-Riddle's Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering can opt to focus on aeronautics, astronautics, or aerospace propulsion in one of the highest-ranked BSAE programs in the United States.
The Bachelor of Science in Air Traffic Management is a perfect fit for students pursuing a career in Air Traffic Management or a related field, preparing them for FAA Academy air-traffic controller training.
This program takes advantage of our department's observatory facilities — including the largest University research telescope in the southeastern United States — and folds them into laboratory components of the program, combining mathematics, physics, optics, astronomy, astrophysics, and instrumentation.
Students seeking a career in air transportation management can build a strong foundation in business principles with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Business Administration.
Aviation Maintenance Science gives students the professional aviation maintenance expertise without which commercial, private, and military air travel could not function.
Students get a well-rounded background in business and aviation they need to help guide businesses to success in the dynamic and ever-evolving aviation and aerospace industries.
Students in this program can help engineer a better tomorrow, crafting down-to-earth solutions to some of the loftiest global challenges.
Students can enter one of the most innovative fields in the aerospace industry and fill a growing need for specialists in Space Policy or Operations Science and Technology.
Communication students learn the vocabulary and methodologies of scientists working in fields like meteorology, environmentalism, medicine, and technology and then communicate it effectively and accurately in both traditional news media and the information delivery systems of the future.
Designed for students seeking a career focusing on modeling and simulation, Computational Mathematics prepares graduates to operate at the intersection of applied mathematics and computer science to solve complex problems in engineering and the physical, natural, and behavioral sciences.
Students in the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering get hands-on experience with embedded computer systems on platforms ranging from small mobile robots to systems critical to aviation and aerospace.
Students who enjoy using computers to analyze and solve complex problems that arise in the natural world, human behavior, national security, or business can prepare for a career in government or industry, or lay the foundation for graduate studies in computer science or software engineering.
Electrical Engineering graduates help lay the foundation of modern technology, with electronic devices enabling everything from digital computers to satellite navigation.
Combining space systems engineering with space physics, this program creates a gateway to the space program while laying the foundation for engineering and physics applications and graduate studies.
Students interested in the domains of modern homeland security — including terrorism studies, law and policy, emergency management, risk analysis, asymmetric warfare, and strategic planning — can develop the knowledge they need in the B.S. in Homeland Security program.
Anyone who has pondered how to make a DVD player easier to use, how to make a smartphone more user-friendly, or how to improve the ergonomics of a workstation would be a great match for Human Factors Psychology, where students learn how to improve the collaboration between human systems and advanced technology.
Unique students with out-of-the-box aspirations can find a home in this unique interdisciplinary degree program, which lets students design a program that serves their vision.
With the modern world’s need for high-technology travel and clean energy, the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program provides one of the most in-demand degrees and access to some of the most exciting and innovation-driven career tracks.
Students with a passion for weather can explore everything from tornadoes to global climate in a new, fully equipped Weather Center and communicate their expertise to decision makers in business, military, and the media.
The goal of the Operational Meteorology program is to offer coursework, laboratory, and operational experiences that prepare students for careers in aviation operations support, such as commercial airline dispatching or television and radio broadcasting, depending on their area of concentration.
Students with a passion for software and technology can learn to create embedded software systems for aerospace, aviation, and a myriad of other applications.
Students fascinated with what goes on high in the upper atmosphere or in the deep reaches of space can prepare for a career researching the magnetic and electrical phenomena that occur in space.
The growing use of unmanned aircraft systems created high demand for graduates prepared to operate, observe, and administer operations in this exciting field.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
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