Graduate courses are numbered at 500 and above. Numbers immediately following course titles indicate lecture hours that a class meets weekly.
Graduate prerequisite courses taken with Embry-Riddle must be completed with a grade of B or better.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide courses are not necessarily offered every term, nor are they necessarily offered at all locations.
Numbers in parentheses, immediately following course titles and numbers, indicate lecture and laboratory hours that a class meets each week. For example, (3,0) signifies that the course consists of three lecture hours and zero laboratory hours weekly.
- Aeronautical Science (ASCI)
- Aerospace Engineering (AENG)
- Aviation & Aerospace Sustainability (AASI)
- Aviation Finance (FIND)
- Aviation Maintenance (MAVM)
- Business (BUSW)
- Business Administration (MBAA)
- Co-Operative Education & Internship (COIN)
- Cybersecurity Management and Policy (MCMP)
- Engineering Management (EMGT)
- Entrepreneurship Technology (MOET)
- Human Factors (MSHF)
- Human Security and Resilience (MHSR)
- Information Security and Assurance (MISA)
- Leadership (MSLD)
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LGMT)
- Management (MGMT)
- Management Information Systems (MMIS)
- Project Management (PMGT)
- Research (RSCH)
- Safety (SFTY)
- System Engineering (SYSE)
- Unmanned Systems (UNSY)