The Workforce & You

Embry-Riddle’s Dual Enrollment Program allows you to earn up to 24 hours of college credit in high school. While you may not want to attend college right after graduation, this education will help you enter the workforce with a competitive advantage.

Not only will you have the skills employers want and need, you will have the same knowledge as more experienced workers. You won’t have the learning curve that most entry-level employees struggle with during their first months on the job. Instead, you will have a head start on building a successful career.

Dual Enrollment at Embry-Riddle will prepare you to:

  • Work with electromechanical systems.
  • Manufacture engines and components.
  • Maintain commercial airplanes and private jets.
  • Join an aviation or aerospace ground crew.
  • And so much more!

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is leading the development of the Next Generation Air Transportation System, working with Boeing, ENSCO, the FAA, Jeppesen, Lockheed Martin, Mosaic ATM, SAAB-Sensis, and other high-tech companies.