Embry-Riddle chose the North Charleston location for its 3,000-square-foot, three-classroom campus because of its proximity to Boeing’s South Carolina facility. This new facility joins Embry-Riddle’s Joint Base Charleston campus, which caters to mostly active and retired military personnel. Classes will begin on March 20 and the campus will give access to civilians, including Boeing employees and Trident Technical College students interested in pursuing a four-year degree.
The university boasts approximately 30,000 students at its two traditional residential campuses and more than 130 nonresidential campuses that offer both classroom and live-streaming instruction.
Embry-Riddle’s North Charleston Campus will offer bachelor’s degrees in aeronautics, aviation maintenance and technical management, in addition to a master’s degree in aeronautics, which will be offered at the Lowcountry Graduate Center in the fall, pending approval from the S.C. Commission on Higher Education.
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