If you’re looking for a specialized master’s program that will prepare you for careers that are in demand, look to Embry-Riddle. With a worldwide reputation for excellence, an alumni network leading industry across the globe, and opportunities for applied research, there’s no better place to advance your education. At the Daytona Beach campus, you’ll learn alongside world-renowned faculty in state-of-the-art labs, including the Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship and the Aerospace Research & Technology Park.
After you submit your application and $50 non-refundable application fee, you’ll receive an email that includes your Student ID and instructions to activate your ERNIE account. Once your Student ID is assigned, you will need to submit the following documents.
Unofficial documents (resume, statement of objectives, letters of recommendation) may be submitted through our Secure Upload Link.
Note: Transcripts and test scores uploaded through this link will be considered unofficial.
Official documents must be sent officially to the university from the issuing institution, testing service or awarding school by mail or via electronic delivery system. These include official transcripts, test scores and foreign credential evaluations for coursework completed outside the United States.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
1 Aerospace Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900
United States of America
Or electronically to: email@example.com
Official transcripts sent directly from all colleges and universities attended (bachelor’s degree is required) Official transcripts of any graduate courses attempted.
Note: For any graduate transfer credit to be considered, the applicant must submit catalogs of institution attended, with course descriptions clearly marked to indicate the courses to be reviewed.
Foreign Credential Evaluation
Graduate applicants who have university-level educational experience outside the United States are required to provide an official course-by-course evaluation in English, including the cumulative grade-point average. The evaluation must be certified by World Education Service (WES), a Foreign Credential Evaluation Services (FCE) approved by Embry-Riddle. Please choose the WES ICAP evaluation . We also accept evaluations from the following foreign credential evaluation services: ACEI, ECE, IERF, Josef Silny & Associates, and SpanTran.
Official scores are required for consideration into specific programs. Request that Educational Testing Service (ETS) send your GMAT or GRE scores, if applicable. Embry-Riddle's school code is 5190.
Official GMAT scores (preferred score of 550 or higher) – required for MBA and MBA in Aviation Management applicants. The MBA/MBAAM programs also accept GRE tests scores in lieu of the GMAT.
Official scores from the General GRE test with verbal, quantitative, and analytical scores (preferred score above the 50% benchmark) – required for the M.S. in Aviation Finance, M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, M.S. in Data Science, M.S. in Engineering Physics, M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, M.S. in Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Engineering, M.S. in Civil Engineering, and all Ph.D. Applicants.
A student whose attendance at the University is interrupted is required to apply for re-admission. You are considered a returning student if you have enrolled at another institution without prior written approval, or fail to enroll in at least one Embry-Riddle course within a two calendar-year period.
When applying for readmission, returning students must email firstname.lastname@example.org to determine what documents must be submitted in order to be considered for re-admission to a specific program.
Check out our Master's Programs
- Aerospace Engineering
- Aviation Finance
- Business Administration
- Business Administration in Aviation Management
- Civil Engineering
- Cybersecurity Engineering
- Data Science
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Engineering Physics
- Human Factors
- Mechanical Engineering
- Occupational Safety Management
- Software Engineering
- Systems Engineering
- Unmanned & Autonomous Systems Engineering
- Unmanned Systems
If you’re willing to take initiative and work hard, there are no limits as to what research opportunities you can pursue, and no shortage of amazing professors to help you accomplish your research goals. Professors are truly focused on guiding their students and the students are incredibly driven; that creates a wonderful sense of comradery that I have not seen at other universities.