Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics
As Asia's aeronautics industry continues to grow, so do job opportunities in the field. But just what exactly is aeronautics? Basically, it can be defined as the science of flight. Designing an airplane or other type of flying machine, manufacturing them, operating them, maintaining them. It all falls under aeronautics. That means you could be anything from a scientist to a technician to an engineer or pilot. No matter which type of aeronautics career you want, a good place to start is by getting your Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics (BSA).
Awarded by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, offered by ERC Institute (ERCI), the 120-credit hour degree program offers courses in human factors, security, aviation safety, occupational safety and health, air traffic control, aircraft maintenance and aeronautical science. Several degree minors allow you to tailor your degree to your particular interests and career goals.
Through the BSA program, you can:
- Gain a broad knowledge base of aeronautics
- Be prepared for becoming a pilot, air traffic controller or regulator, and more
- Benefit from faculty who are experienced industry professionals themselves
This full-time or part-time program is offered in an intimate classroom setting where you get one-on-one attention from faculty members and the chance to interact with and learn from fellow students.
Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics - Engineering Fundamentals Track
The Engineering Fundamentals Track (EFT) in the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics degree program is the first step to opening the door to continued engineering studies at an Embry-Riddle residential campus in the United States. Students in the EFT will receive the quality engineering instruction ERAU is known for without having to incur the full cost of pursuing a bachelor’s degree at a residential campus.
Through the EFT, students gain practical design experience using basic models and simulations. Students also get a strong foundation in math and physics. Experienced faculty members provide plenty of first-hand knowledge and individual attention. Students also have the chance to work with fellow ERAU students throughout the program.
The EFT is Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's latest offering for aspiring engineering students who want world-class educational opportunities that meet their needs in new and innovative ways.
At the end of the two-year program, the EFT gives the student the option to continue in the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics degree in Singapore or transfer to an Embry-Riddle residential campus in the United States and complete one of the following Bachelor of Science in Engineering degrees: Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Software Engineering.
Most of the courses in the Engineering Fundamentals Track are only offered during the day so it is ideal for a full-time student. Courses are offered in an intimate classroom setting where you get one-on-one attention from faculty members and the chance to interact with and learn from fellow students.
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