Undergraduate Courses

Courses numbered 1-99 are basic skills courses and do not apply toward degree requirements. Courses numbered 100-200 are lower-division courses and are generally taken in the freshman and sophomore years. Many lower-division courses serve as prerequisites for other coursework, and students are urged to plan ahead to meet necessary prerequisites. Undergraduate prerequisite courses taken with Embry-Riddle must be completed with a grade of C or better.

Courses numbered 300-400 are upper-division courses, reflecting advanced levels of technical skills and disciplinary knowledge. Upper-division work is generally taken in the junior and senior years. Graduate courses are numbered at 500 and above.

Numbers in parentheses, immediately following course titles and numbers, indicate lecture and laboratory hours that a class meets each week. For example, (3,0) signifies that the course consists of three lecture hours and zero laboratory hours weekly.