The mission of the College of Aeronautics at Embry-Riddle Worldwide is to develop and provide graduate and undergraduate academic programs that enable students to excel in the multidisciplinary field of aerospace: in the aeronautics industry, in the military, and in the local, state and federal government organizations connected to aerospace programs.
The mission also includes assessing program outcomes and using these assessments to update courses and programs.
Acclaimed for our extensive aeronautics programs, Embry-Riddle prides itself in our vast aeronautics course offerings.
From the engineering side to support, logistics and transportation, our programs provide you with hands-on experience and the knowledge to take your career to a new level.
Dr. Kenneth Witcher is the Dean of the College of Aeronautics at the Worldwide Campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. In this position, he is responsible for the academic and administrative leadership of the college.
Army veteran Andrew Wentworth is the first student to earn a Master of Science in Unmanned Systems from the Worldwide Campus.
Stefan Kleinke, a professor of Advanced Aerodynamics for the College of Aeronautics, is well-versed in flying or fixing many types of aircraft.
Dr. Patti Clark, assistant professor and program chair for the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance, writes about her visit to the Lockheed Martin F-35 aircraft operation at Luke Air Force Base.
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