Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott has a huge advantage when it comes to classroom learning. The university is fairly small, an estimated 1500 students total which provides a small faculty-student ratio. Many of my fellow peers who attend other universities dislike being known as a number in their huge auditorium classes and feel they don't learn as well because they cannot freely ask questions. At Embry-Riddle, not only do the professors know your name, but also assist in campus events and dine in the cafeteria amongst other students. Classrooms are course specific, so a math class will not take place in...
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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is considered the Harvard of flight schools, but a lot of the focus is on engineering. There is a plethora of geeks running around and star trek may just come up in your space physics class. Both the students and the faculty are for the most part top class people.» Read More
Embry-riddle is a very small private school that is right for only certain types of students. You must be devoted primarily to course work and make sacrifices for school if you are pursuing a technical degree here (engineering, physics). This is a friendly place but you must really be devoted to stay here for four years.» Read More
Embry riddle has surpassed all expectations I had of collage. The professors here are the best in the nation and the education can't be beat. I've never learned so much in such a short time in my life and I look forward to my next two years at embry riddle.» Read More