Embry-Riddle Worldwide offers innovative modes of learning for the forward-thinking student
A pioneer in distance learning, Embry-Riddle Worldwide was one of the first 20 universities in the world to provide this method of education in 1971, to help on-the-go aviators earn a degree. Lessons were mailed to students who returned the completed course work via postal mail. We have come a long way since then.
Today, hundreds of Internet-based classes are in session, attended by students all hours of the day and night. In fact, more than 50 percent of Embry-Riddle students enroll in online learning. We continuously update our products and make distance learning as flexible as possible for students. Whether you are working full time, raising a family, in the military—even on the battlefield—our courses are designed to fit into your life.
Though distance learning is an art that we have mastered, we are forever making improvements to always keep apace of technological advancements and industry demands.
Here is a quick look at how we have progressed through the years: