$2,800-3,000 for 2 ERAU courses (Additional fees for IATA courses apply)
Courses in Program
Course Dates & Locations
US Aviation Law: Dec. 3-5, 2019
ERAU Daytona Beach, FL
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This law program includes a comprehensive overview of U.S. regulation and legislation and their application to aviation from two of the leading aviation and continuing education trainers across the globe. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Daytona Beach Campus has joined forces with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to offer you a U.S. Aviation Law Diploma.
Through a series of four courses, participants are introduced to administrative law and the role of the Federal Aviation Administration in the rule making process. Complete the four courses in a three-year period to earn an ERAU & IATA Diploma in U.S. Aviation Law. Courses may also be completed independently and all participants will receive an Embry-Riddle Certificate of Participation for each ERAU Course as well as Continuing Education Units (CEUs). The ERAU U.S. Aviation Law seminar has been approved by The Florida Bar for 22.0 General Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits and 22.0 Aviation Law Certification Credits. The ERAU Aviation Regulation in the U.S. seminar has been approved by The Florida Bar for 21.5 General Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits and 21.5 Aviation Law Certification Credits. The ERAU and IATA short-courses and diploma are not eligible for academic credit toward a degree program.
Four Required Courses:
Upon completion of this diploma, you will be able to:
"The IATA/Embry-Riddle joint U.S. Aviation Law diploma program was extremely valuable, both personally and professionally. I enrolled in my first course with IATA in London and finished my last course at Embry in Daytona in March 2017. Embry’s courses were multi-subject and led by professors at the university, as well as well-respected aviation professionals from various substantive areas."