Why Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University–Worldwide?
This very large private university in Daytona Beach, Florida offers a Master of Business Administration degree that can be completed entirely online. The results of either the GRE or the GMAT examinations are required to be submitted by every applicant. The university’s Worldwide College of Business is in charge of directing and managing the program.
After they have been accepted into the program, students may be expected to finish an MBAAM preparatory program that consists of learning units prior to the first day of class. The completion of this preparatory program will not result in the awarding of academic credit. It is structured to build on students’ prior knowledge as well as fill in any knowledge gaps that may exist, with the end goal of ensuring that students are adequately prepared to perform well in the MBA-AM program.
|University Name||Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University–Worldwide|
|Name of Degree||Master of Business Administration|
|School or Department Administering Program||Worldwide College of Business|
|Cost per credit||1476|
|Tuition for Entire Program||$53,136.00|
|Test Requirements||GMAT, GRE|
|Prerequisite Courses and Skills||Students may be required to complete non-credit preparatory program after admission.|
|Campus Visit Required?||no|
|Typical Time to Complete||24 months|
|When Can Students Start the Program?||August, October, January, March, May|
|Does the Program Include a Capstone?||no|
|Does the program include a practicum or internship?||no|
|Other Features that Make the Program Unique||specialized in aviation; focus on the High Reliability Organization|
|Program Description||The program’s 36 credit curriculum, structured around the principles of the High Reliability Organization, can be finished within 24 months. While no capstone or practicum are required, the program offers a wide range of concentration areas with supporting electives. Courses move beyond the aerospace industry into general topics such as analytics, human resources, and international business.|
What will I Learn?
Embry-Riddle offers eleven different concentrations within the MBA program: Airline Management, Business Intelligence and Analytics, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems Security, Information Technology Management, International Business, Leadership, Marketing, Project Management and General.
All courses rely on the principles of the High Reliability Organization to guide course and assignment design. The HRO concept was developed to describe organizations that tend to avoid catastrophic failure, even in environments where such failure might be expected. Students study themes such as interconnection, hierarchy, accountability and feedback to learn how to manage such organizations and improve reliability outcomes. While the application of this theory to airline management is clear, it can also be applied to other business areas.
Core courses in the program are as follows: Enterprise Risk Management, Organizational Resilience, Modeling and Decision-Making, Economics of Marketing, Science of Selling; Delivering Customer Solutions, Business Accounting, Corporate Finance, Organizational and Employee Behavior, and Personnel Management.
Remaining courses are completed in the student’s concentration area.
How much will the program cost?
Students finish their degree within 24 months and pay $1476 per credit for a total of 36 credits, or just over $53,000.00 for the entire degree.
How does the program fit into my life?
Embry-Riddle offers flexible asynchronous courses. Students are not required to attend an online class at a specific time. Instead, students are expected to complete certain online activities each week and to interact with their instructor and classmates on a regular basis. Watching online lectures, completing interactive practice exercises, and participating in online group discussions are examples of online activities.
There is no need to visit the campus. The majority of students complete their degrees in 24 months. Every year, the program has the following start dates: August, October, January, March, and May.
This program will be especially attractive to those who prefer the structure and predictability of traditional coursework, since there are no capstone or practicum requirements. However, some students may feel that they would prefer a more explicit framework for career development in exchange for paying a mid-range cost-to-degree. The curriculum offers specialized opportunities for individuals pursuing a career in aviation, including a range of unique aerospace electives. Principles of the High Reliability Organization give focus to the program and are intertwined throughout all courses.