You desire a career in engineering technology and, though you're looking to get a degree, you'd rather not attend full-time on-campus classes.
Embry-Riddle offers a B.S. in Engineering Technology degree at our Worldwide Campus, where you can complete the degree entirely online.
The program provides you with technical know-how, advanced problem-solving skills, a strong foundation in mathematics and computer science, and the opportunity to select a specialization of your choice to align with your career goals.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology
With more than 150 locations globally and flexible classes offered online at your convenience, ERAU’s Worldwide Campus is especially suited for working students, those on the go, or students who want to save a bit of money while still living at home. When you study at the Worldwide Campus, you’ll become a member of the ERAU community, and you can take advantage of the many networking opportunities.
Concentrations: Aeronautical Science, Aviation Safety, Helicopter Operations and Safety, Unmanned Aerial Systems, Transportation, Logistics Management, Management Information Systems, Occupational Safety & Health, Project Management, Security and Intelligence
Be a part of the prestigious ERAU network in which you’ll be connected with students and faculty as passionate about engineering as you are.
Through the B.S. in Engineering Technology program, you’ll develop problem-solving skills, design skills, and engineering judgment, and you'll gain fundamental knowledge as well as research experience.
Early on in the program, you’ll take an Introduction to Research course that immerses you in hands-on research. Throughout the duration of the program, you'll learn about the purposes of research, how to define problems, how to design appropriate methodologies, and how to evaluate outcomes. All of this prepares you for conducting applied research in the real world.
Because you can select from a specialization that aligns with your specific career goals, you can be assured that the curriculum is applicable to your future career.
Program faculty members have extensive backgrounds in engineering, technology, and related disciplines. And non-technical core courses are taught by subject matter experts in their corresponding disciplines.
You’ll emerge from the program ready for an engineering technology career and with a skill set that stands out from your competition.
Depending on which specialization you choose, your B.S. in Engineering Technology degree will open plenty of doors in diverse industries, from aviation safety to logistics management to security and intelligence.
Engineering Technology graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions: