Non-Degree Seeking and Transient Students

Undergraduate

Embry-Riddle recognizes that working adults may be interested in furthering their education for professional or self-enhancement purposes without pursuing a degree program. We also recognize that transient students and those pursuing a degree with another institution may wish to take a course or courses with Embry-Riddle. For these reasons, Embry-Riddle allows students who meet full admission requirements to take up to 24 semester hours as a non-degree seeking or transient student. Official or unofficial transcripts must be submitted to the University before the student is allowed to enroll in courses. Non-degree seeking and transient students must meet the same academic standards as degree seeking students. For students who subsequently apply for entry into a degree program, additional documentation may be required.

Graduate

Embry-Riddle recognizes that working adults may be interested in furthering their education for professional or self-enhancement purposes without pursuing a degree program. We also recognize that transient students and those pursuing a degree with another institution may wish to take a course or courses with Embry-Riddle. For these reasons, Embry-Riddle allows students who meet full admission requirements to take up to 12 semester hours as a non-degree seeking or transient student. Official or unofficial transcripts must be submitted to the University before the student is allowed to enroll in courses. Non-degree seeking and transient students must meet the same academic standards as degree seeking students. For students who subsequently apply for entry into a degree program, additional documentation may be required.