Prescott Camp registration will close March 15th, 2023
3D Printing Camp
This course is designed to give a basic immersion in the CAD modeling and three-dimensional printing world.
Choose from four different projects focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
Advanced Robotics Camp
In Advanced Robotics, students who are experienced in the basic concepts of robotics will learn the next stages of robotics, electronics, and computer programming.
The Aerospace program allows students to earn three college credits by participating in this college course. This course, Introduction to Space Flight, is designed to foster a basic understanding of space technology.
Aerospace Career Exploration Camp
Aerospace Career Exploration is an in-depth and exciting way for students, with an interest in aviation and aerospace to explore the fast-paced world of both industries.
Our Aerospace AERO program teaches fundamentals of aerospace engineering and the science of flight. The session is filled with labs and classroom interaction.
Air Traffic Control
Participants will learn real ATC phraseology, rules, and procedures, all operating on the same software used at FAA facilities throughout the United States!
Aircraft Accident Investigation
This one-week course will offer students an introduction into Aircraft Investigation.
Aviation Day Camp is an exciting way for students to explore the many different fields in aviation.
Aviation Voyage Camp
This program is for students to have an opportunity to apply the lessons learned in Flight Exploration to procedures, such as flight planning and preflighting the aircraft.
Basic Cybersecurity Camp
Students will explore the basics of encryption, network attacks and learn how to hack into the Cybersecurity Lab’s networks and computers.
Computer, Electrical & Software Engineering - Arduino
This hands-on experience provides students with the ability to learn about software, hardware, and apply Arduino.
Data Science is one of the fastest-growing disciplines of STEM and one of the highest in demand by the job market. Its foundations lie in mathematics, statistics, computer science, networking, and artificial intelligence.
Drone Flight Exploration (UAS)
The drone flight exploration summer program will introduce students to drone operations through classroom instruction, flight simulators, and actual flight operations.
This course is designed to give International high school students the skills to succeed in an American university.
Flight Exploration (Prescott, AZ)
At the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott Campus Flight Exploration program we have some exciting things planned for students that will make the flight program experience both memorable and rewarding.
Flight Exploration Camp (Daytona Beach, FL)
Flight Exploration is a structured introduction to flying and flight training. Participants learn how to follow VFR (Visual Flight Rule) procedures, read weather conditions, and comply with aviation regulations.
Spend a week of extensive, hands-on fun solving a highly realistic crime simulation.
Fun With Math
This week includes hands-on learning programs for students ages 7-12, with concentrated age appropriate learning separated into the two sessions.
Game Design, Animation and Simulation
During this one-week summer program, students will explore an exciting lineup of game design skills ranging from technical and scientific to purely creative. As future game designers, you will design, develop, and build multimedia games and simulations.
This exciting camp offers an exploration into the world of science and discovery! Female students will participate in hands-on projects and experiments focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
Robotics & Autonomous Systems Camp (15-18)
In Robotics & Autonomous Systems, students will work with Embry-Riddle faculty and collegiate robotics competition teams to design, build, program, and test their own autonomous robots.
Robotics Camp (7-12)
Robotics week provides students with a fun and interactive experience in which faculty and teaching assistants will teach the basics of robotics, electronics, and computer programming.
Rocket Propulsion Engineering
This program teaches students the principles of rocket and air-breathing propulsion. Students will participate in several hands-on activities as well as being able to design and build a simple rocket from “off the shelf” parts.
This one-week program is designed to teach students, ages 14-18, about wireless communication.
Sunflight Custom Flight Training Camp
The SunFlight Custom Flight Training program is designed for qualified private pilots to continue with their flight training by working toward an instrument rating, multi-engine land rating or upset training.
Sunflight Private Pilot Camp
This structured program allows aspiring pilots to potentially earn their Private Pilot Certificate in the same environment as our University flight students.
Sunflight Solo Camp
The goal of SunFlight Solo program is for all qualified students to fly solo under the 14 CFR Part 61 Flight Training Curriculum by the end of the program.
“Take Flight” is a four-day immersive discovery flight “team experience” for a parent (or guardian) and their student.