Whether you’ve just finished high school, taken some time off, started your career or a family, or joined the military, you have achievements under your belt. But now that you want more for yourself, Embry-Riddle Worldwide is a great place to start.
In a quest to grow our dedicated, diverse student body, Embry-Riddle considers all aspects of a student’s qualifications and offers admission to the most competitive applicants.
When selecting high school applicants for admission, Embry-Riddle considers all aspects of a student’s qualifications. This includes the following:
The university expects all applicants, at minimum, to have completed by high school graduation the following course work:
Applicants ages 20 and over who have not earned 12 college credits from an accredited degree-granting institution or from post-secondary education work or training experience such as military credit recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE) must submit:
Embry-Riddle seeks transfer applicants who have shown success in their post-secondary academic work and who offer diverse backgrounds and personal experiences.
Students who graduated from high school and subsequently completed at least 12 semester hours of college credits at an accredited degree-granting college or university are considered transfer applicants.
Embry-Riddle considers each application for transfer admission individually, reviewing the student's academic record, grades received in all college-level courses, completion of fundamental studies in English and mathematics, and the rigor of the student's academic program. When an applicant has attended more than one institution, a cumulative average for all previous college work attempted will be computed. To be considered, course work must have been completed with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.00 on a 4.00 scale at an accredited degree-granting college or university. Exceptions to the above will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Students who have completed fewer than 12 semester hours of college credit will also have their high school academic records reviewed.
Embry-Riddle recognizes the need for working adults who are interested in furthering their education through retraining or enhancement of professional skills. Applicants who meet admission requirements are permitted to enroll in courses as non-degree or transient students. Transcripts must be submitted to the University before the applicant is allowed to enroll in courses. Students in this status are limited to a total of 24 credit hours. Should a student subsequently apply for entry into a degree program, additional admission and all degree program requirements must be met.
Non-degree and transient students must meet the same academic standards as degree-seeking students.