Embry-Riddle understands how important it is to be able to budget for your flight training. To help you in that process, we are providing financial information of the costs and hours associated with each of our flight courses. Additionally, resource rates are available to all flight students via a report that can be generated on demand through ETA, the flight management system; so their training cost can be monitored as they progress through the course.
The cost of flight training at Embry-Riddle is an expense that is hard to quantify for each individual student. There are many variables associated with the training and no two students will have the same flight training experience. The Flight Department staff works hard to give each student the best training available but students have different learning styles and progress at different rates.
We calculated the average billable hours for each course. The averages were taken from January 1, 2019, through December 31, 2019, for all students who completed a course. The population did not include students who were building time to meet a predetermined requirement for contract. Listed are the median days to completion and course costs in the Daytona Catalog.
For more detailed information on specific resource rates, please refer to our resource costs document.