Embry-Riddle University in Daytona Beach is a very respected university among the engineering community.

Tuition at Embry-Riddle is $34,000, fairly high, but for the oppertunities it offers and its position among the top 20 engineering school in the united states, it's worth every penny. 

There are many Bachlor's degree programs offered. The following is the entire list: Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Mechanical Engineering, and Software Engineering. Each of these have their own facilities

Here's the answer to their frequently asked question, What Are Your Admission Criteria?

When evaluating an applicant for admission, Embry-Riddle takes into consideration a student's high school academic record (both courses taken and overall grade-point average), rank in class, and activities. Embry-Riddle values individual academic achievement, initiative, talent and character above standardized testing. Therefore, submission of standardized test scores (SAT or ACT) is optional for admission. If scores are submitted, they will be treated as supplemental information through the evaluation process. If you do not feel that your scores accurately reflect your abilities, you do not need to submit them. Scores will not be used for placement in freshman classes. High school students are advised to prepare for Embry-Riddle by taking three years of math, four years of English, two years of social science, and two years of science with lab. Students should have a background in algebra, geometry, and — for engineering majors — calculus and trigonometry. Chemistry and physics are the preferred science courses.

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