I'm an engineer and am thinking about getting a Master of Aeronautical Science from Embry Riddle's worldwide learning program. They have classes at remote sites near my current employer. I'm a mechanical engineer with a bachelor's level education and know the company I work for would pay for a degree, and thought it sounds interesting based on the course descriptions. Does anyone one know what a Master of Aeronautical Science is like? Is it worthwhile? How well regarded is it? I work supporting aircraft production now, but don't know where my career will take me.
What is Embry Riddle like and more important what are the extended campus centers like? I'm looking at those in Washington State.
I know topics like this come up, but I searched and didn't find an answer. I thought I'd shoot for an answer on A.net in addition to asking other people I know.
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