Embry Riddle Aeronautical University will begin classes at the Evergreen Aviation Museum starting Jan. 9.
The university and The Captain Michael King Smith Educational Institute will offer Embry-Riddle undergraduate and graduate degrees on-site at the museum and online courses for those students unable to attend classes at the museum.
Initial degree offerings will include Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics, Bachelor of Science in Technical Management and Master of Aeronautical Science. The Professional Aeronautics degree is an aviation management degree designed for students who work, have worked, or desire to work in aviation-related careers. For students with existing aviation-related knowledge and skills, this program recognizes those skills through award of college credit applied to the degree. The program also provides a path for those students new to aviation to acquire these skills through aviation-related courses.
The Bachelor of Science in Technical Management is designed for students or working adults who have a background in a technical specialty and are looking for opportunities to move into management or supervisory positions. The program awards credit for prior training or experience, including work experience or military background.
The Master of Aeronautical Science degree is a management degree designed for aviation and aerospace professionals.
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