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Master of Science in Aeronautics
MASTER OF
Aeronautical Science

An edge on the competitive playing field of aviation

In the rapidly changing world of aviation and aerospace, industry professionals must do more than simply keep up — they need to take charge of their futures. In today's global workplace, a graduate-level education is becoming more and more critical in order to reach the upper levels of management. An advanced degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide can help broaden your knowledge and diversify your talents in the field of aviation.

Students appreciate the Master of Aeronautical Science program's solid core of classes, partnered with a range of specialties that are tailored to individual interests. You'll master the tools needed in the development, manufacture, and operation of aircraft and spacecraft, and gain a comprehensive understanding of the infrastructure that supports the industry.

From airport management to space operations, eight different specializations will take you deeper into your area of interest.
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The Worldwide Experience Video
While more than 150 campus locations and five modes of learning are certainly appealing, there's more to the Embry-Riddle Worldwide experience.
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Degree Summary


36 Credits

Choose at least one of eight specializations


Industry Stats


$86,998
is the average salary of airport operation managers with a master's degree.
75%
average $4,500 or higher in bonuses.
Information provided by payscale.com
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