The next available course in this series is Aviation Regulation, from March 7-9 at the Daytona Beach Campus.
“The law seminar was a successful start to the U.S. Aviation Law Diploma,” said Associate Professor Daniel Friedenzohn, who helped design the program. “We are pleased to offer aviation industry professionals an opportunity to enhance their understanding of the legal landscape affecting aviation.”
Additional short-course seminars this spring at the Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach Campus include:
Stand Alone Short Courses
Embry-Riddle offers ongoing seminars and short-courses year round, and is able to create customized programs for organizations and offer them on campus or onsite. Find out more at our website.
Professional Programs Contact: Sarah Ochs, Director, Daytona Beach Campus Professional Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org, (386) 226 6928.
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