Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Graduate Student Admissions

Residential Campus Settings

Embry-Riddle has been offering graduate degree programs since 1973.

Learn about the admissions requirements for specific master degree programs; costs of attending; opportunities for assistantships and other financial aid; and more about becoming an Embry-Riddle graduate student at our residential campuses: Florida or Arizona.

The Ph.D. in Engineering Physics will provide exceptional students with advanced education and research opportunities in a research environment that fosters collaboration, creative thinking, and publishing of findings in nationally recognized journals. Areas of research emphasis include the measurement, theory and modeling of the near-space and space neutral and plasma environment, studies of the Sun and stellar activity, robotics, dynamics and control of aerospace systems, engineering related to spacecraft instrumentation and remote sensing measurements, and the design and implementation of electro-optical and radar systems. The Ph.D. in Engineering Physics curriculum is modeled after traditional programs in engineering and physics at other institutions. To apply, please download and complete the application form.

Advance Your Career — Earn a Graduate Degree While You Work

If career and family responsibilities preclude you from attending traditional college campus classes, you can still pursue a higher degree via our Worldwide campus locations or Worldwide Online. Choose from several master degrees that are scheduled to accommodate your work and home life.

Also available from Embry-Riddle Worldwide are nondegree graduate certificates of completion in high-demand career areas such as Air Transportation Management Integrated Logistics Management and Project Management. Find out how to apply for admission to the graduate programs at our Worldwide Campus locations or online graduate programs offered through Worldwide Online.

The Ph.D. in Aviation will allow students to pursue interests in aviation in a diverse, intellectually versatile and multi-disciplinary environment to effect a global impact on the aviation industry and discipline. The program requires an annual, one-week residency and permits students to complete all other coursework online.