Degrees followed by an asterisk (*) feature an accelerated completion option for those currently enrolled in B.S. degree programs at Embry-Riddle.
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.
Embry-Riddle's aerospace engineering program is renowned in the aerospace industry, and this program — which offers both thesis and non-thesis options — prepares students for careers in the industry and in research and development.
The Master of Science in Aviation Finance degree meets the increasingly important needs of the global air transport industry, where the growth of aircraft leasing and sales, along with the financial needs for aviation infrastructure, creates a high demand for experts with the necessary understanding and skills.
MBA Aviation Management graduates help meet the growing demand for professional managers as the aviation industry strives to use scarce resources efficiently, operate in an atmosphere of heightened competition and preserve our fragile environment.
This degree program prepares students — many of them current engineers and managers looking to enhance their skill set — to address challenges in the development of secure systems and well as maintaining secure operations, maintenance, as well as decommissioning of these systems
This online program, geared toward working professionals, teaches students about computer security, law, engineering, management, and policy and includes a two-part capstone course that allows students to explore challenges from their careers in a scholarly way.
This sought-after degree has thesis and non-thesis options and two areas of focus: digital communications and avionics & radio navigation for the electrical engineering side, and project management and computer systems safety for the computer engineering side.
Develop the skills and knowledge necessary to design spacecraft systems for research and study space systems engineering, upper atmospheric physics, space physics and plasma and magnetospheric physics in the Master of Science in Engineering Physics program.
This online program, geared toward working professionals, educates students on the global idea of protecting the well-being of individuals rather than a state as a whole, as well as the principles of resilience — awareness, detection, communication, reaction (and if possible, avoidance) and recovery.
With advanced knowledge of engineering and a specialization in Mechanical Systems, graduates are ready to become leading innovators in aerospace, aviation, automotive, or energy.
With a process-oriented approach that integrates communication and management skills with an emphasis on the engineering of real-time embedded software systems, the MSSE degree program prepares students to work on the cutting edge of software development.
Embry-Riddle's M.S. in Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Engineering is one of the first and few degrees to innovate the engineering of systems that operate in this exciting, emerging industry.