North Charleston is home to many of the nation’s biggest industries. Embry-Riddle Worldwide will help you get started — or get ahead — in your career, and you can earn your degree right here in North Charleston.
An Embry-Riddle Worldwide Degree Will Take Your Career to New Heights in North Charleston
Embry-Riddle is the world’s pre-eminent university for aviation and aerospace education. However, our dynamic, hands-on programs will prepare you for a career in many industries, not just ones in the skies.
Our North Charleston Campus offers associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, as well as undergraduate certifications, that will help you achieve a higher position in your current company or make you an attractive job candidate in a new business or field.
A degree from Embry-Riddle Worldwide will give you the skills you need for success in many of South Carolina's top industries.
Embry-Riddle offers many courses on location for students who wish to include traditional classroom instruction as part of their degree program. However, it is expected that students will pursue multiple learning modalities, including online, classroom, and virtual classroom instruction.
For information on degree programs at Embry-Riddle's residential campuses in Daytona Beach, Fla., and Prescott, Ariz,. check out the Embry-Riddle degrees page.
It is the policy of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to administer its educational programs both on and off campus in a manner that is fair, equitable, academically sound, and in accordance with the appropriate regulations. Review State Specific Authorization Information.
Affiliated Campus: CharlestonModes of Instruction:
Students: Open to Civilians
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Address: 7301 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29406-4650
Mailing Address: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 7301 Rivers Avenue North Charleston, South Carolina 29406-4650Phone: 843-718-0875 and 843-718-0613
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