Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
At a Glance
 Embry-Riddle, founded in 1926, is a private
university specializing in the fields of aviation and
aerospace. The University engages in extensive
research and consulting that address the unique
needs of aviation, aerospace, and related industries.
Its 185-acre Daytona Beach campus is located
adjacent to Daytona Beach Regional Airport.
 Embry-Riddle offers a variety of majors ranging from
business administration to space physics
 Along with your major you are required to take
rigorous academic courses focusing on math and

Cost and Financial Aid
 Cost $30,120 out of state
 Additional $15,000 per year for flight instruction
 Almost 100% of students are granted financial aid

 Embry-Riddle offers degrees in aviation, and private
flight training
 Private flight training is around $15,000 per year
Aircraft Fleet
 Diamond DA42 L360
 Cessna 172
 Piper Arrow
 Decathlon
Student Life
 About 16,000 students on campus
 59% out of state
 All freshman under 21 must live on campus

Sports offered Scholarships? Athletic Assoc.
Men's baseball yes NAIA
Men's basketball yes NAIA
Men's cheerleading no
Men's cross-country yes NAIA
Men's golf yes NAIA
Men's soccer yes NAIA
Men's tennis yes NAIA
Men's track (indoor) no
Men's track and field
yes NAIA
Women's cheerleading no
Women's cross-country yes NAIA
Women's golf yes NAIA
Women's soccer yes NAIA
Women's softball yes
Women's tennis yes NAIA
Women's track and field
Women's volleyball yes NAIA
Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics
 The Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics is housed within the
Aeronautical Science department. This degree is designed
specifically for students who work, have worked, or desire to work
in aviation-related careers. For students with existing aviation-
related knowledge and skills, this degree acknowledges a student’s
valuable acquired experience through the award of advanced
standing prior-learning credit. The curriculum then builds on those
skills and knowledge. The program also provides an opportunity for
those students new to aviation to acquire aviation-specific
knowledge through related aviation coursework. This combination
of a student’s aviation learning, aviation courses, business,
computer science, economics, humanities, communications, social
sciences, mathematics, and physical sciences, along with
professional development elective courses and a minor course of
study, will prepare graduates for a career in an aviation-related