Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s innovative approach to distance learning has made quality education accessible for students around the world for more than 25 years. Discover how an Embry-Riddle degree can enrich your future today!
Top Educator: U.S. News & World Report recently ranked Embry-Riddle Worldwide No. 1 for its online bachelor’s degree programs. Consistently recognized as a leader in online learning, Embry-Riddle is the only private school at the top the publication’s 2019 list.
Flexible Scheduling: Students learn on their own schedule. Online degree programs feature multiple start dates throughout the year, with 12 undergraduate and 10 graduate terms. Sessions range from nine to 12 weeks.
Personalized Experience: Through technology, Embry-Riddle students connect with a global network of classmates and instructors. Advisors provide personalized assistance, which includes degree planning that is tailored to individual needs and circumstances. Technical support is also available 24/7.
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U.S. News & World Report named Embry-Riddle Worldwide No. 1 in its ranking of U.S. online bachelor's degree programs in 2019. This is the sixth consecutive year the university has been recognized as a top online school on the list.
At Embry-Riddle Worldwide, you can earn an online degree virtually anywhere. Cutting-edge technology and world-class educators provide instruction for numerous undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs that fit into any lifestyle.
“Advancing technology-enhanced education with affordability, academic quality and student success at the forefront is what sets Embry-Riddle apart,” said Dr. Jason Ruckert, Embry-Riddle Worldwide’s vice chancellor for online education. “Our technology allows students to have access to experiences similar to a traditional campus setting from virtually anywhere.”
Marc Riddle was nearly finished with his Master of Science in Aeronautics degree at the Worldwide Campus in San Diego when he received orders with the Marine Corps to head to North Carolina. While initially nervous about taking online classes, his academic advisor helped guide him through the process successfully.
When the market crashed in 2008, Patrick Desir turned to one place he knew could help him achieve his lifelong goal: Embry-Riddle Worldwide. He needed a school that provided flexibility because he didn’t want to uproot his life in New York City.