From the Field: Embry-Riddle to Open Campus in Berlin

By Compiled by Marcia Kay | November 1, 2007

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has opened a campus in Berlin.

The campus will offer the master’s degree in aeronautical science and other degree programs, including ones in aviation maintenance management, technical management, professional aeronautics, integrated logistics, and project management. The classes are available through the school’s on-line learning program. Students may specialize in aeronautics, management, aerospace operations, safety systems, human factors in aviation systems, space studies and space operations management.

Applications are being accepted for classes at the Berlin Campus, at Zimmerstrasse 23, Berlin, D-10969 Germany. Prospective students and professors may contact Thomas Giovingo, associate dean of academic support, at +49 (0) 631 303 27818 or for additional information.


"There is a growing market in Europe and we feel Berlin will be on the cutting edge of aviation expansion," said Giovingo.

Embry-Riddle has more than 130 centers in the United States, Europe, Canada, and the Middle East.

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