The Dual Enrollment Office works one-on-one with each student to evaluate their prior credit, looking for potential transfer opportunities. With so many students from such diverse backgrounds, it is important that we evaluate each student’s unique situation.
Embry-Riddle awarded credit hours may be transferred to other colleges and universities and applied toward degree requirements or elective credits. While we cannot guarantee another institution’s acceptance of credit, it is our goal to make the transfer of courses from one institution to another as simple as possible. Should you have trouble transferring Embry-Riddle credit, we encourage you to obtain information from the counselor at the intended institution providing clarification as to the credits transferability into their program(s). We will work to answer any questions the intended institution may have before accepting the credit.
Generally, there are a number of factors that determine how and if another college/university will accept Embry-Riddle credit:
- The grade and content covered in the course (Keep a copy of your course syllabus)
- The accreditation of the credit-awarding institution (ERAU is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools)
- The course has applicability toward degree requirements or as an elective in their degree programs