The Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering (BSAE) program at ERAU equips students with skills to solve even the most complex challenges in design, propulsion, and systems for aircraft and/or supercraft. For more than 17 years, the Aerospace Engineering undergraduate program at Embry-Riddle has held the top ranking in the nation among schools whose highest degree is a master’s, according to U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges Guide.
The prestige of this program doesn’t end there. Students benefit from the most modern, state-of-the-art resources available today — the same tools in use by aerospace engineering professionals around the globe. No other Aerospace Engineering program in the United States attracts more students.
Students gain hands-on experience from the start, with opportunities to participate in various projects and competitions. The program offers the chance to learn real-world, on-the-job engineering principles practiced by global companies and government agencies, enabling students to build a professional network within their first year.
Embry-Riddle’s Aerospace Engineering program – at both the Daytona Beach and Prescott Campuses – has been top ranked in the country for more than 17 years.
BSAE students attend classes in dynamic, engineering-related labs and facilities.
Students frequently work with one-on-one with faculty on research projects and activities.
Embry-Riddle’s BSAE graduates enjoy an extremely high job placement rate after graduation (96% of graduates are employed or have chosen to go on to higher education within a year of graduating).
Students credit Embry-Riddle with excellent preparation for real-world job demands.
This degree is offered at the following campuses. Select a campus to learn more.
ERAU faculty and student research team developing concept to gather wind and solar power at 60,000 feet above Earth.