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Associate in Science in Aeronautics

It's not just a job you have your sights set on - It's a career

Take your future to new heights! Whether you want to break into an aeronautical career, break away from the competition or advance your current position and earnings potential, the Associate and Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics opens the door to new opportunities in the dynamic aviation/aerospace industry.

Aeronautics curriculum is closely mapped to the needs and demands of the aviation/aerospace industry and to general education guidelines. You’ll be exposed to a multidisciplinary program with courses of study in human factors, security, aviation safety, occupational safety and health, air traffic control, aircraft maintenance, and aeronautical science. Within that broad base, electives and minors allow you to tailor your degree to your particular interests and career goals. Students may also earn credit through military and professional training and experience.

Degree Requirements
Aviation Area of Concentration
Course / TitleCredits
Make up shortages with HIST 130 History of Aviation in America, TRAN 321 Air Transportation Systems, and non-duplicating courses from the following disciplines: Aeronautical Science, Aviation Maintenance, Air Traffic Control, Safety, Security, and Engineering.9-15

General Education
Course / TitleCredits
Communication Theory and Skills: 
ENGL 123 English Composition3
Speech/English6
Humanities: 
HUMN 330 Values and Ethics3
Humanities elective3
Social Sciences: 
ECON 210 Microeconomics -OR- ECON 211 Macroeconomics3
Social Science elective3
Physical and Life Science: 
PHYS 102 Exploration of Physics3
WEAX 201 Meteorology3
Mathematics: 
MATH 111 College Mathematics for Aviation I3
MATH 112 College Mathematics for Aviation II3
Computer Science: 
CSCI 109 Introduction to Computers and Applications3
Total Credits36
Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, and Humanities, Social Sciences, Physical and Life Science, Mathematics and Computer Science may be chosen from listed, assuming prerequisites are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into these broad categories and are at the level specified.

Program Support
Course / TitleCredits
MATH 211 Statistics with Aviation Applications -OR- 
MATH 222 Business Statistics3
ASCI 202 Introduction to Aeronautical Science3
ASCI 254 Aviation Legislation3
Total Credits9

Open Electives
Course / TitleCredits
Open Electives (Upper or Lower-level)0-6
Total Degree Requirements60
Careers

Career Areas

  • Accident Investigation/Prevention
  • Aircraft Crew Member
  • Airport Management
  • Air Traffic Control
  • Aviation Maintenance
  • Aviation Safety
  • Aircraft Manufacturing
  • Avionics & Electronics
  • Consulting
  • Customer Service
  • Education/Instruction/Training
  • Ground Support Services
  • Operations
  • Pilot
  • Management
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Technical Writing

Employers

  • Aerospace Industry
  • Air Services
  • Aircraft Manufacturers
  • Air Services
  • Airlines
  • Airports
  • Consulting Firms
  • Corporate Flight Departments
  • Defense Contractors
  • Federal Research Labs
  • Fixed Base Operators
  • Flight Schools
  • Government Agencies
  • Helicopter Manufacturers
  • Insurance Companies
  • Manufacturing Industry
  • Multinational Corporations

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