The College of Arts and Sciences provides a wide array of exciting majors, minors and individual courses offered by six departments housed in the College. In addition, the College is responsible for a substantial portion of the general education component for all undergraduates at ERAU.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, College of Arts & Sciences graduates are astronauts, civilian research assistants, mission operations engineers, sociologists and teachers. They are research psychologists, lawyers, presidents, CEOs and vice-presidents of major U.S. corporations, and more.
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Center for Astrophysics
After graduating summa cum laude with a Space Physics degree with a concentration in Astrophysics, Dillon was offered a position at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Mission Operations Engineer
General Dynamics Advance Information Systems
I think the biggest thing I got out of Embry-Riddle was the ability to think critically...
I believe Embry-Riddle did a good job of preparing me for grad school. One of my most useful classes was math, which prepared me to teach Physics as a Teaching Assistant...
Civilian Research Physicist, Remote Sensing
United States Air Force
The Physics faculty at ERAU made the department feel like a family...