Florida College Transfer Guides

These guides have been developed by the Registrar at Embry-Riddle to assist students who have attended, plan to attend or are currently attending a college that is part of the Florida College System, and are interested in transferring to Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach campus. Guides for each of our majors are included and each guide lists courses most likely to transfer into your selected major, as well as coursework required to complete that major at Embry-Riddle.  

In order to transfer credit from one of these schools, you must earn a grade of “C” or higher and provide an official transcript from the awarding school. Embry-Riddle does not require transfer students to hold an associate’s degree, credit is awarded on a course-by-course basis. 

Some course numbers will vary by school. If you have questions, contact your Admissions Counselor.

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ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Aeronautical Science

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO, EUH, AMH, GEO SYG OR any HUM course

Social Science or Humanities lower or upper level

SS/HU lower or upper level elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

PHY 1053

Physics I

PS 113

PHY 1053L

Physics I Lab

PS 113L (0)

MAC 1105 AND

MAC 1114

College Algebra

Trigonometry

MA 111 (3 CR) &

Open Elective (3 CR)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 112 (3) &

Open Elective (1)

MET 2010

Meteorology

WX 201

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

OPEN ELECTIVES (100-200 level)

7 Credits

TOTAL CREDITS

50

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY AT ERAU:

Aeronautical Science (54 Credits)

  • ASC 101 Aeronautical Science Success (1)
  • AS 121 Private Pilot Operations (5)
  • AS 221 Instrument Pilot Operations (3)
  • AS 254 Aviation Legislation (3) or; AS 405 Aviation Law (3)
  • AS 309 Aerodynamics (3)
  • AS 310 Aircraft Performance (3)
  • AS 311 Aircraft Engines-Turbine (3)
  • AS 321Commercial Pilot Operations (3)
  • AS 350 Domestic and International Navigation (3)
  • AS 356 Systems & Components (3)
  • AS 357 Flight Physiology
  • AS 387 Crew Resource Management (3)
  • AS 408 Flight Safety (3)
  • AS 411 Jet Transport Systems (3)
  • AS 420 Flight Technique Analysis (3)
  • AS 435 Electronic Flight Management Systems (3)
  • AS 472 Operational Applications in Aeronautical Science (3)
  • WX 301 Aviation Weather (3) 

Flight Track

  • FA 121 Private Single Flight (1)
  • FA 221 Instrument Single Flight (1)
  • FA 321 Commercial Single Flight (1)
  • FA 323 Commercial Multi Add On (1)

Open Elective Upper Level: 12 Credits

TOTAL: 70 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

Note: If students are selected to participate in the Airbus track additional requirements replace some of the Upper Level Open Electives.

 

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Aeronautics

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) & OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

ECO, GEO, SYG, AMH, or any HUM Course

Lower Level Social Science or Humanities Lower Level

SS or HU (6 credits)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

BSC, PHY, CHM

(one course must include a lab)

Physical Science

PS Electives (6 credits)

MAC 1105 & MAC 1114

College Algebra/Trig.

MA 111 (3 CR) &

Open Electives (3 CR)

MAC 2311 OR

STA 2023

Calculus I

Statistics

MA 112 OR

MA 222

ACG 2021 OR

MAN 2021

Financial Accounting

Prin. of Management

ACC 210 OR

BA 201

ECO 2013 or ECO 2023

Micro or Macro Economics

EC 210 OR EC 211

Open Electives

 

9 credit hours

TOTAL CREDITS

57

Aviation Area of Concentration (15 credits)

Advanced standing credit and/or non-duplicating AMS, AS, AT, CEA, CSO, CYB, FIN, GEO, HS, SF, SIM, SP, UA, or WX courses (100-400 level)

Required Courses (15 credits)

  • AS 120 Principles of Aeronautical Science (3) OR
  • AS 121 Private Pilot Operations (5)
  • AS 254 Aviation Legislation (3)
  • AS 405 Aviation Law (3)
  • AS 474 Operational Applications in Aeronautics (3)
  • SF 210 Introduction to Aviation Safety (3)

Professional Development (33 credits)

Choose from Upper Level (300-400) courses or advanced standing credit in: ACC, AMS, AS, AT, BA, CSO, CYB, EC, FA, FIN, GEO, HS, SF, SIM, SP, UA or WX. 

NOTE: NOTE: Students must select one minor field of study that will enhance their aviation career.  Courses required for the minor field of study will be used to fill Area of Concentration, Professional Development, or Open Elective credit.                 

Total: 63 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416. 

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Aerospace and Occupational Safety     

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101(1) & OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

ECO 2000

Intro/Survey of Economics

EC 200

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

MicroComputer Applications

CS 120

MAC 1105 AND

MAC 1114

College Algebra/ Trigonometry

MA 111 (3) &

Open Electives (3)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 112 (3) & OE (1)

OR MA 241

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

PHY 1053

Physics I

PS 113 (3)

CHM 1025, 1025L

Basic Chemistry with Lab

CHM 101 (3), CHM 101L (1)

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

Open Electives

 

6 credit hours

TOTAL CREDITS

56

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Aerospace & Occupational Safety Core (51 CR)

  • AS 120 Principles of Aeronautical Science (3) OR
  • BA 317 Organizational Behavior (3) OR
  • BA 324 Aviation Labor Relations (3) OR
  • HF 325 Human Factors and System Safety (3) OR
  • HS 215 Introduction to Industrial Security (3)
  • SF 201 Introduction to Health, Occupational & Transportation Safety (3)
  • SF 205 Principles of Accident Investigation (3)
  • SF 210 Introduction to Aerospace Safety (3)
  • SF 315 Environmental Compliance & Safety (3)
  • SF 316 Workers’ Compensation, Insurance and Risk Management (3)
  • SF 320 Human Factors in Aviation (3)
  • SF 330 Aircraft Accident Investigation (3)

  • SF 345 Safety Program Management (3)
  • SF 355 Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology (3)
  • SF 365 Fire Protection (3)
  • SF 410 Design of Engineering Hazard Controls (3)
  • SF 420 Analysis of Observational Data Analysis (3)
  • SF 445 System Safety in Aviation (3)
  • SF 455 Digital Safety Data Analysis (3)
  • SF 462 Health, Safety & Aviation Law (3)
  • SF 470 Applications of Safety Management Capstone (3) 

Aerospace & Occupational Safety Electives (15 CR) 

TOTAL: 66 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 122

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Aerospace Engineering

COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Based on Aeronautics, Astronautics or Propulsion 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) & OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

PSY, ECO, GEO, SYG, AMH, ENL, EUH, HUM, LIT, PHI OR POS

Social Science or Humanities Lower Level Elective

SS/HU Lower Level

(3 credits)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2001

Computer Programming C++

CS 223*

CHM 2045

General Chemistry

CHM 110 (3)

CHM 2045L

General Chemistry Lab

CHM 110L (1)

PHY 2048C, 2048L AND 

PHY 2049C, 2049L

Physics for Engineers I

Physics for Engineers II

PS 150, PS 160, PS 250

And PS 253 (10 credits)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241 (4)

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242 (4)

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243 (4)

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3 credits)

TOTAL CREDITS

56

* Some Engineering degrees require MATLAB, see Engineering Fundamentals Coordinator. 

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU: 

Mathematics (4CR)

  •  MA 441 Mathematical Methods for Engineering & Physics I (3)
  • MA 399 Special Topics Math (1)

Engineering Core (48 CR)

  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • EGR 120 Graphical Communication (3)
  • AE 201 Aerospace Flight Vehicles (3)
  • AE 307 Incompressible Aerodynamics (3)
  • AE 308 Compressible Dynamics (3)
  • AE 313 Space Mechanics (3)
  • AE 314 Experimental Aerodynamics (1)
  • AE 315 Experimental Aerodynamics Laboratory (1)
  • AE 316 Aerospace Engineering Materials (3)
  • AE 318 Aerospace Structures I (3)
  • AE 416 Structures & Instrumentation (1)
  • AE 417 Structures & Instrumentation Lab (1)
  • AE 418 Aerospace Structures II (3)
  • AE 442 Experimental Dynamics & Control (1)
  • AE 443 Experimental Dynamics & Control Lab (1)
  • ES 201 Statics (3)
  • ES 202 Solid Mechanics (3)
  • ES 204 Dynamics (3)
  • ES 305 Thermodynamics (3)
  • EE 327 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals (3)
  • EE 328 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Laboratory (1)

CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS (17 CR)

Aeronautics Option

  • AE 403 Jet Propulsion (3)
  • AE 413 Airplane Stability & Control (3)
  • AE 420 Aircraft Preliminary Design (4)
  • AE 421 Aircraft Detail Design (4)
  • AE 432 Flight Dynamics and Control (3)

Astronautics Option

  • AE 414 Space Propulsion (3)
  • AE 426 Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics & Control (3)
  • AE 427 Spacecraft Preliminary Design (4)
  • AE 434 Spacecraft Control (3)
  • AE 445 Spacecraft Detail Design (4)

Propulsion Option

  • AE 403 Jet Propulsion (3)
  • AE 413 Airplane Stability & Control (3)
  • AE 432 Flight Dynamics and Control (3)
  • AE 435 Air-Breathing Propulsion Preliminary Design (4)
  • AE 440 Air-Breathing Propulsion Detail Design (4)

TECHNICAL ELECTIVES (6 CR)

One of the AE Technical Electives must be an AE course

TOTAL: 75 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 129

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Aerospace Physiology

COLLEGE: College of Arts & Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Based on Human Physiology Track 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) & OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

PSY, ECO, GEO, SYG, AMH, ENL, EUH, HUM, LIT, PHI OR POS

Social Science or Humanities Lower Level Elective

SS/HU Lower Level

(3 credits)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2001

Computer Programming C++

CS 223

CHM 2045, 2045L

General Chemistry, Lab

CHM 110 (3), 110L (1)

BSC 1010C, 1010L

General Biology I, Lab

BIO 120 (3), 120L (1)

BSC 1011C, 1011L

General Biology II, Lab

BIO 121 (3), 121L (1)

MAC 1140

College Algebra

MA 140 (3)

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

PHY 1053C, 1053L

Introductory Physics I, Lab

PS113 (3), 113L (1)

PHY 1054C, 1054L

Introductory Physics II , Lab

PS 117 (3), 117L (1)

TOTAL CREDITS

52

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Aerospace Physiology Core (28 CR)

  • BIO 110 Research Methods (1)
  • BIO 111 Research Symposium (1)
  • BIO 215 Genetics (3)
  • BIO 215L Genetics Lab (1)
  • BIO 305 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (3)
  • BIO 305L Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab (1)
  • BIO 306 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (3)
  • BIO 306L Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab (1)
  • BIO 405 Molecular and Cell Biology (3)
  • BIO 405L Molecular and Cell Biology Lab (1)
  • CHM 111 General Chemistry II (3)
  • CHM 111L General Chemistry II Lab (1)
  • HF 300 Human Factors I: Principles & Fundamentals (3)
  • HF 440 Aerospace Physiology (3) or AS 357 Flight Physiology

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY TRACK (27-28)

  • BIO 340 Survey of Clinical Instrumentation (3)
  • BIO 440 Clinical Rotation at FL Hospital (3)

Specified Electives in Biology and Chemistry with labs (4-12)

(Choose one to three courses with labs)

  • BIO 216, 216L Microbiology, Lab (4)
  • CHM 210, 210L Organic Chemistry I, Lab (4)
  • CHM 310, 310L Biochemistry, Lab (4)

Specified Electives in Psychology, Biology, Human Factors, and others (9-18)

(Choose three to six courses)

  • BIO 321 Behavioral Neuroscience I (3)
  • BIO 322 Behavioral Neuroscience II (3)
  • CHM 211, 211L Organic Chemistry II, Lab (4)
  • HF 312 Ergonomics and Bioengineering (3)
  • HF 321 Drugs and Society in Aerospace (3)
  • HF 326 Human Performance in Extreme Environments (3)
  • HF 399 Special Topics in Human Factors (3)
  • HF 499 Special Topics in Human Factors (3)
  • PSY 310 Sensation and Perception (3)
  • PSY 320 Aviation Psychology (3)
  • PSY 335 Physiological Psychology (3)
  • SF 315 Environmental Compliance and Safety (3)
  • SF 355 Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology (3)
  • SP 220 Life Support Systems (3)
  • ES 315 Space Environment and Effects (3)
  • ME 320 Fundamentals of Biomechanics (3)
  • ME 442 Biofluid Mechanics (3)

OPEN ELECTIVES: 300-400 (15) 

TOTAL: 70 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 121-122

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR):  Air Traffic Management

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

 

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PHI, HUM, ARH, ENL LIT, INR or any SS course

Humanities/Social Science Lower or Upper Level

HU/ SS Lower Level or Upper level (3 credits)

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

BSC, PHY or CHM

(one course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, PS, or CHM Electives (3 credits)

MAC 1105 AND

MAC 1114

College Algebra

Trigonometry

MA 111 &

Open Electives (3 credits)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 112 OR MA 241

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

MET 2010

Meteorology

WX 201

Open Electives

 

12 credit hours

TOTAL CREDITS

55

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Air Traffic Management Core (39 CR)

  • AT 202 Introduction to Air Traffic Management
  • AT 305 Introduction to Terminal Radar Operations (3)
  • AT 306 Safety in Air Traffic Management (3)
  • AT 307 Global Harmonization in Air Traffic Management (3)
  • AT 315 Introduction to Air Traffic Control Tower (3)
  • AT 401 Advanced Terminal Radar Operations (3)
  • AT 405 En route Radar Operations (3)
  • AT 406 En route Non-radar Operations (3)
  • AT 425 Collaborative Air Traffic Management (CATM) (3)
  • BA 310 Airport Management (3)
  • BA 315 Airline Management (3)
  • SF 210 Introduction to Aerospace Safety (3)
  • WX 301 Aviation Weather (3)

AVIATION RELATED MINOR or Breadth Area** (Minimum of 15)

OPEN ELECTIVES: UPPER LEVEL (6 CR)

OPEN ELECTIVES: LOWER LEVEL (5 CR)

TOTAL: 65 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU (dependent upon selection of Aviation related minor)

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Astronomy and Astrophysics

COLLEGE: College of Arts & Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

 

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

ECO, PSY, EUH, GEO, SYG or GEO or any HUM Course

HU/SS lower or upper level elective

SS/HU Elective (3 credits)

ECO, PSY, EUH, GEO, SYG or GEO

Social Science lower level

SS/LL (3 credits)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2100

Introduction to C++

CS 223*

PHY 2048C, 2048L AND

PHY 2049C, 2049L

Physics for Engineers I

Physics for Engineers II

PS 226, PS 226L, PS 227, and PS 228 (10 credits)

PHY 2101

Modern Physics

PS 303

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3 credits)

Open Electives

 

6 credits

TOTAL CREDITS 58

* Some Engineering degrees require MATLAB, see Engineering Fundamentals Coordinator. 

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Mathematics (7 CR)

  • MA 399 Special Topics Course (Matrix Methods) to complete MA345 (1)
  • MA 441 Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Physics I (3)
  • MA 442 Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Physics II (3)

PHYSICAL SCIENCE (26 CR)

  • CHM 140 Chemistry for Engineers (4)
  • CHM 140L Chemistry for Engineers Lab (1)
  • PS 228L Physics III Lab (1)
  • PS 305 Modern Physics Lab (1)
  • PS 316 Introductory Astronomy & Astrophysics I (3)
  • PS 317 Introductory Astronomy & Astrophysics II (3)
  • PS 318 Introductory Astrophysics Lab (1)
  • PS 320 Classical Mechanics (3)
  • PS 401 Astrophysics (3)
  • PS 405 Atomic/Nuclear Physics (3)
  • PS 408 Astrophysics II (3)

ENGINEERING (23 CR)

  • EP 101 Current Topics in Space Science (1)
  • EP 320 Electro-Optical Engineering (3)
  • EP 345 Space Science Seminar (1)
  • EP 400 Thermodynamics & Statistical Mechanics (3)
  • EP 420 Planetary Science (3)
  • EP 425 Observational Astronomy (3)
  • EP 440 Engineering Electricity & Magnetism (3)
  • EP 455 Quantum Physics (3)
  • EP 492 Senior Project OR
  • Technical Elective (3) (Please see the BSAA Program Coordinator for approval of Technical Elective)

Technical Elective (300-400 Level) (6 CR) (Please see the BSAA Program Coordinator for approval of Technical Elective)

TOTAL: 62 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Aviation Maintenance Science 

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Based on the Maintenance Management Area of Concentration 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Intro to Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO 2013

Macroeconomics

EC 211

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

MAC1105

College Algebra

MA 140

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

PHY, BSC or CHM

1 course must include a lab

Physical Science

PS, BIO or CHM electives (6 Credits)

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

ACG 2021 or ACG 2022

Financial Accounting

ACC 210

MAR 2011

Marketing

BA 220

BUL 2241

Business Law

BA 225

CGS 2512

Advanced Computer

BA 230

TOTAL CREDITS 51

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

The following courses:

AMS Technical Courses (48 CR)

  • AMS 115 Aviation Mathematics & Physics (2)
  • AMS 116 Fundamentals of Electricity (4)
  • AMS 117 Tools, Materials and Processes (4)
  • AMS 118 Aircraft Familiarization & Regulations (2)
  • AMS 261 Aircraft Metallic Structures (3)
  • AMS 262 Aircraft Composite Structures (3)
  • AMS 263 General Aviation Aircraft Systems (3) 
  • AMS 264 General Aviation Aircraft Electrical & Instrument Systems (3)
  • AMS 271 Aircraft Reciprocating Powerplants & Systems (3)
  • AMS 272 Powerplant Electrical & Instrument Systems (3)
  • AMS 273 Propeller Systems (2)
  • AMS 274 Aircraft Turbine Powerplants & Systems (4)
  • AMS 365 Transport Category Aircraft Systems (3)
  • AMS 366 Transport Category Aircraft Electrical & Instrument Systems (3)
  • AMS 375 Repair Station Operations (3)
  • AMS 376 Powerplant Line Maintenance (3) 

AREA OF CONCENTRATION:

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT (21 CR)

  • AMSA 490 Aviation Technical Operations (3)
  • BA 314 Human Resource Management (3)
  • BA 320 Business Information Systems (3)
  • BA 324 Aviation Labor Relations (3)
  • BA 325 Social Responsibility & Ethics in Management  (3)
  • BA 332 Corporate Finance (3)
  • BA 411 Logistics Management (3)
  • FIN 332 Corporate Finance (3)

Upper Level Open Electives (6 CR) 300-400 level courses 

TOTAL: 75 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 126 

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.  

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Aviation Business Administration                                

COLLEGE: College of Business

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Based on the Air Transportation Major 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Intro to Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

ECO 2023

Microeconomics

EC 210

ECO 2013

Macroeconomics

EC 211

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 1100

Computer Based Systems

BA 120

CGS 2512

Advanced Computer

BA 230

MAC1105 AND

MAC 1114

College Algebra/Trig

MA 111 (3) &

Open Elective (3 CR)

MAC 2311 OR

MAC 2233

Calculus I

Quantitative Methods

MA 112 OR

MA 220

BSC, PHY or CHM

(1 course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, PS or CHM Electives (6 CR)

 

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

ACG 2021 or ACG 2022

Financial Accounting

ACC 210

ACG 2071

Managerial Accounting

ACC 312

MAR 2011

Principles of Marketing

BA 220

BUL 2241

Business Law

BA 225

TOTAL CREDITS 60

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Business Support (6 CR)

  • AS 120 Principles of Aeronautical Science (3)
  • BA 352 Business Quantitative Methods (3)

BUSINESS CORE (21 CR)

  • BA 317 Organizational Behavior (3)
  • BA 320 Business Information Systems (prerequisite BA 230) (3)
  • BA 325 Social Responsibility & Ethics (3)
  • BA 332 Corporate Finance I (3)
  • BA 335 International Business (3)
  • BA 420 Management of Production & Operations (prerequisite MA 222) (3)
  • BA 490 Strategic Management (3)
  • FIN 332 Corporate Finance I (3)

AIR TRANSPORTATION MAJOR

Required Courses (15 CR)

  • BA 215 Transportation Principles (3)
  • BA 310 Airport Management (3)
  • BA 315 Airline Management (3)
  • BA 426 International Aviation Management (3)
  • EC 420 Economics of Air Transportation (3)

Complete two BA/EC Specified Electives** (6 CR)

**any ACC/BA/EC/FIN Upper Level course not required in business core or major

OPEN ELECTIVES: 12 CREDITS   

TOTAL: 60 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Business Administration                                  

COLLEGE: College of Business

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS:  Based on the Management Major 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Intro to Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR Open Elective

ECO 2023

Microeconomics

EC 210

ECO 2013

Macroeconomics

EC 211

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 1100

Computer Based Systems

BA 120

CGS 2512

Advanced Comp

BA 230

MAC1105 AND

MAC 1114

College Algebra/Trig

MA 111 &

Open Elective (3 credits)

MAC 2311 OR

MAC 2233

Calculus I

Quantitative Methods

MA 112 OR

MA 220

BSC, PHY or CHM

(One must be physics or chemistry)

Physical Science

BIO, PS, or CHEM Electives (6 credits)

(one must include a lab)

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

ACG 2021 or ACG 2022

Financial Accounting

ACC 210

ACG 2071

Managerial Accounting

ACC 312

MAR 2011

Principles of Marketing

BA 220

BUL 2241

Business Law

BA 225

TOTAL CREDITS 60

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Business Support (6 CR)

  • AS 120 Principles of Aeronautical Science (3)
  • BA 352 Business Quantitative Methods (3)   

BUSINESS CORE (21 CR)

  • BA 317 Organizational Behavior (3)
  • BA 320 Business Information Systems (prerequisite BA 230) (3)
  • BA 325 Social Responsibility & Ethics (3)
  • BA 332 Corporate Finance I (3)
  • BA 335 International Business (3)
  • BA 420 Management of Production & Operations (prerequisite MA 222) (3)
  • BA 490 Strategic Management (3)
  • FIN 332 Corporate Finance I (3)

MANAGEMENT AREA OF CONCENTRATION:  

Required Courses (12 CR)

  • BA 314 Human Resource Management (prerequisite BA201) (3)
  • BA 427 Management of the Multicultural Workforce (3)
  • EC 315 Managerial Economics (prerequisite EC210) (3)
  • BA 326 Marketing Management OR
  • BA 327 Airline/Airport Operations OR
  • FIN 334 Investment Analysis (3)

Complete three BA/EC Specified Electives (9 CR)   

Specified Electives: Any ACC/BA/EC/FIN Upper Level course not required in Business Core or Major, COM 415, HF 300 Human Factors I: Principles and Fundamentals

OPEN ELECTIVES or MINOR: 12 CREDITS  

TOTAL: 60 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.   

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Civil Engineering

COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title 

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101(1)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

HUM , LIT, PHI, PSY, ECO, GEO, SYG, OR AMH

Humanities/Social Science Lower or Upper Level

HU or SS Lower (3 credits)

SS Lower (3 credits)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2001

Computer Programming C++

CS 223*

CHM 1045

General Chemistry I w/Lab

CHM 110/110L (4)

BSC 1010C/BSC 1010L

General Biology I w/Lab

BIO 120/120L (4 CR)

PHY 2048 & 2049

Physics for Engineers I

Physics for Engineers II

PS 150, 160 (6 credits)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3 credits)

TOTAL CREDITS

54

* Some Engineering degrees require MATLAB, see Engineering Fundamentals Coordinator. 

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU: 

Mathematics (4 CR)

  • MA 412 Probability & Statistics (3)
  • MA 399 Special Topics Math (1) 

Civil Engineering Core (30 CR)

  • CIV 140 Engineering Measurements (1)
  • CIV 140L Engineering Measurement Lab (1)
  • CIV 222 Introduction to Environmental Engineering (3)
  • CIV 304 Structural Analysis (3)
  • CIV 307 Civil Engineering Materials I (3)      
  • CIV 307L Civil Engineering Materials I Lab (1)
  • CIV 311 Introduction to Transportation Engineering (3)
  • CIV 320 Soil Mechanics (3)
  • CIV 320L Soil Mechanics Lab (1)
  • CIV 437 Water Resources and Hydrology (3)
  • CIV 471 Senior Design Preliminary Design I (3)
  • CIV 481 Senior Design Final Design (4)
  • CIV 490 The Civil Engineering Profession (1)

ENGINEERING CORE (17 CR)

  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • EGR 120 Graphical Communication (3)
  • ES 201 Statics (3)
  • ES 202 Solid Mechanics (3)
  • ES 204 Dynamics (3)
  • ES 309 Fluid Dynamics (3)

ENGINEERING ELECTIVES (24 CR)

Civil Environmental Engineering Elective (3)

  • Choose from CIV 415, 417, 499 

Civil Engineering Electives (9)

Transportation Elective (3)

  • Choose from CIV 330, 443, 447, 457 or 499

Geotechnical Elective (3)

  • Choose from CIV 421, 422, 424 or 499

Structures Elective (3)

  • Choose from CIV 431, 432 or 499 (3)

Technical Electives (3)

TOTAL: 75 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 129

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Communication

COLLEGE: College of Arts and Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

 

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY, ECO, GEO

SYG, AMH or HUM

Lower Level Social Science Lower Level Humanities

SS (3 credits) &

HU (3 credits)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

BSC, PHY or CHM

(One course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, PS, or CHM Electives

(6 credits)

MAC 1105

College Algebra

MA 140

MAC 1114 OR

STA 2023

College Trigonometry OR Statistics

MA 142 OR

MA 222

MET 2010

Meteorology

WX 201

Open Electives – 3 courses

9 credits

TOTAL CREDITS

48

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

COMMUNICATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (33 CR)

  • COM 225 Science & Technology Communication (3)
  • COM 260 Introduction to Media (3)
  • COM 265 Introduction to News Writing (3)
  • COM 270 Communication, Research, Theory and Methods (3)
  • COM 320 Mass Communication Law & Ethics (3)
  • COM 322 Aviation & Aerospace Communication (3)
  • COM 350 Environmental Communication (3)
  • COM 360 Media Relations I OR
  • COM 410 Advanced Professional Writing (3)
  • COM 362 Communication and Organizational Culture (3)
  • CECOM 396/397 Internship/Co-op OR
  • COM 399/499 Directed Study (3)
  • COM 415 Nonverbal Communication (3)

SCIENCE FOUNDATION (3 CR)

Choose one course:

  • HU 302, 335, SS/PS 302, PS 116, PS 224, BIO 142, AS 357 

AVIATION/AEROSPACE FOUNDATION (6 CR)

Choose two courses:

  • AS 120 Principles of Aeronautical Science
  • AS 220 Unmanned Aircraft Systems
  • SF 210 Introduction to Aerospace Safety
  • SP 110 Introduction to Space Flight
  • SP 200 Planetary & Space Exploration
  • SP 210 Space Transportation Systems
  • SS 130 History of Aviation   
  • WX 301 Aviation Weather 

COMMUNICATION SPECIFIED ELECTIVES (15 CR)

Choose five courses:  

  • COM 230, 268, 325, 326, 364, 411, 412, 460, HU 143, 363, 375, 420, WX 280, 475

MINOR (Minimum of 15 CR)

TOTAL:  72 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

(This may change once you have declared a minor)

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.     

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Computational Mathematics

COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Data Science Track

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

 

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) & OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR HU 142

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

PSY, ECO, GEO, HUM

SYG, AMH, LIT or PHI

Humanities/Social Science

Lower or Upper Level

HU/SS Elective (3)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2220

Computer Programming “C”

CS 223

BSC, PHY or CHM

(1 course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, PS, or CHM Electives (7)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3)

TOTAL CREDITS

49

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Mathematics Core (12 CR)

  • MA 305 Introduction to Scientific Computing (3)
  • MA 413 Statistics (3)
  • MA 432 Linear Algebra (3)
  • MA 490 Capstone Project (3)

DATA SCIENCE TRACK (15 CR)

  • MA 348 Numerical Analysis (3) OR MA 360 Mathematical Modeling & Simulation I (3)
  • MA 410 Linear Optimization (3)
  • MA 412 Probability and Statistics (3) OR MA 404 Statistics and Research Methods (3)
  • MA 440 Data Mining (3)
  • MA 444 Scientific Visualization (3) 

ELECTIVES (15 CR) All Students must declare and complete any minor or two degrees of the same rank or double major (ROTC courses acceptable) 

OPEN ELECTIVES (29 CR) Please be aware of the 40 hour upper level requirement.

TOTAL: 71 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120                                                                                                                                                                                                        

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.  

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Computer Engineering

COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY, GEO, SYG, or AMH

Social Science Lower Level

SSLL (3)

From the list above or HUM, LIT, or PHI

Humanities/ Social Science Lower or Upper Level

HU OR SS (3)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2220

C Programming

CS 223

PHY 2048C AND

PHY 2049C

Physics for Engineers I

Physics for Engineers II

PS 150, PS 160, PS 250,

& PS 253 (10 credits)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3 credits)

COP 2510

Software Design & Dev. I

CS 225 (3 credits)

CET 1114C

Dig Fundamentals & Lab

CEC220 (3) & CEC222 (1)

CET 2123C

Microcomp & Basic Dig Com

CEC320 (3) & CEC322 (1)

OPEN ELECTIVE make up for shortage in CS 225 (COP 2510)

1 Credit

TOTAL CREDITS

62

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

MATHEMATICS (4 CR)

  • MA 412 Probability & Statistics (3)
  • MA 399 Special Topics Math (1)

ECONOMICS (3 CR)

  • EC 225 Engineering Economics (3)

COMPUTER ENGINEERING (45 CR)

  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • CEC 300 Computing in Aerospace & Aviation (3)
  • CEC 315 Signals & Systems (3)
  • CEC 330 Digital System Design w/Aerospace Applications (4)
  • CEC 420 Computer Systems Design I (3)
  • CEC 421 Computer Systems Design II (3)
  • CEC 450 Real Time Systems (3)
  • CEC 460 Telecommunications Systems (3)
  • CEC 470 Computer Architecture (3)
  • CS 222 Introduction to Discrete Structures (3)
  • CS 420 Operating Systems (3)
  • EE 223 Linear Circuits Analysis I (3)
  • EE 224 Electrical Engineering Lab I (1)
  • EE 302 Electronic Devices & Circuits (3)
  • EE 304 Electronic Circuits Lab (1)
  • SE 300 Software Engineering (4)

SPECIFIED ELECTIVES (9 CR)

CEC/EE Upper Level Electives (3 CR lecture, 1 CR lab)

TOTAL:  65 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 127

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Computer Science

COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Based on the Business Administration Area of Concentration 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

AMH, GEO, OR SYG

Social Science Lower Level

SS Elective (3)

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

ACG 2021 or ACG 2022

Financial Accounting

ACC 210

MAR 2011

Principles of Marketing

BA 220

BUL 2241

Business Law

BA 225

COP 2700

Intro to Database Mgmt

CS 317

COP 2220

C Programming

CS 223

COP 2510

Software Design and Dev. I

CS 225 (3 credits)

PHY 2048C AND

PHY 2049C

Physics for Engineers I

Physics for Engineers II

PS 150, PS 160, PS 250,

& PS 253 (10 credits)

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

OPEN ELECTIVE make up for shortage in CS 225 (COP 2510)

1 Credit

TOTAL CREDITS

65

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Computer Science Core (39 CR)

  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • CEC 220 Digital Circuit Design (3)
  • CEC 470 Computer Architecture (3)
  • CS 222 Introduction to Discrete Structures (3)
  • CS 303 Network Security (3)
  • CS 315 Data Structures & Analysis of Algorithms (3)
  • CS 332 Organization of Programming Languages (3)
  • CS 344 C Programming and UNIX (3)
  • CS 420 Operating Systems (3)
  • CS 432 Information & Computer Security (3)

  • CS 490 Computer Science Capstone Design (3)
  • CS 491 Computer Science Capstone Design (3)
  • SE 300 Software Engineering Practices (4)

Business Administration Area of Concentration (18 CR)

  • BA 317 Organizational Behavior (3)
  • BA 325 Social Responsibility & Ethics in Management (3)
  • BA 422 Life Cycle Analysis for Systems & Programs in Aviation/Aerospace (3)
  • CS/SE/CEC/EE Upper Level Elective (3)
  • ACC or BA 400 Level Elective (3)
  • MA 300-400 Level Elective (6)                                                                                                      

TOTAL: 57 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 122 

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.                    

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Electrical Engineering

COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Aerospace System Track, Avionics Track, No Track Option 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

 

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) & OE (1)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

GEO, SYG, AMH, HUM, LIT, OR PHI

Humanities or Social Science

Lower Level

SS OR HU (3 credits)

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2510

Software Design & Dev. I

CS 225 (3 credits)

COP 2220

C Programming

CS 223

PHY 2048C AND

PHY 2049C

Physics for Engineers I

Physics for Engineers II

PS 150, PS 160, PS 250,

& PS 253 (10 credits)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3 credits)

CET 1114C

Dig Fundamentals & Lab

CEC220 (3) & CEC222 (1)

CET 2123C

Microcomputer & Digital

CEC320 (3) & CEC322 (1)

TOTAL CREDITS

62

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

MATHEMATICS (7 CR)

  • MA 412 Probability & Statistics (3)
  • MA 441 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I (3)
  • MA 399 Special Topics Math (1)

ECONOMICS (3 CR)

  • EC 225 Engineering Economics (3)

ENGINEERING CORE (19 CR)

  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • CEC 315 Signals & Systems (3)
  • EE 223 Linear Circuit Analysis (3)
  • EE 224 Electrical Engineering Lab (1)
  • EE 302 Electronic Devices & Circuits I (3)
  • EE 304 Electronic Circuits Lab (1)
  • EE 308 Introductions to Electrical Communication (3)
  • SYS 301 Introduction to Systems Engineering (3) 

CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TRACKS: 

NO TRACK (38 CR)

  • EE/CEC/ MA/PS 300-400 Level Technical Elective (3)
  • CEC 410 Digital Signal Processing (3)
  • CEC 411 Digital Signal Processing Lab (1)
  • CEC 460 Telecommunications Systems (3)
  • EE 300 Linear Circuits Analysis II (3)
  • EE 340 Electrostatics & Magnetic Fields (3)
  • EE 401 Control Systems Analysis & Design (3)
  • EE 417 Digital Communications (3)
  • EE 420 EE Preliminary Design (3)
  • EE 421 EE Detail Design (3)
  • EE 430 Introduction to RF Circuits (3)
  • EE 430L RF Circuits Laboratory (1)
  • EE/CEC 300-400 Level Elective (3)
  • Open Elective (3) 

AEROSPACE SYSTEMS TRACK (38 CR)

  • CEC 330 Digital Systems Design w/Aerospace Applications (4)
  • CEC 460 Telecommunications Systems (3)
  • EE 300 Linear Circuits Analysis II (3)
  • EE 401 Control Systems Analysis & Design (3)
  • EE 402 Control Systems Lab (1)
  • SYS 303 Optimization in Systems Engineering (3)
  • SYS 304 Trade Studies, Risk and Decision Analysis (3)
  • SYS 415 Systems Engineering Practices: Specialty Engineering (3)
  • SYS 417 Systems Engineering Capstone Project I (3)
  • SYS 418 System Engineering Capstone Project II (3)

Specified Electives (9 CR) 

AVIONICS TRACK (38 CR)

  • CEC 410 Digital Signal Processing (3)
  • CEC 411 Digital Signal Processing Lab (1)
  • CEC 460 Telecommunications Systems (3)
  • EE 300 Linear Circuits Analysis II (3)
  • EE 307 Avionics I (3)
  • EE 310 Avionics II (3)
  • EE 340 Electrostatics & Magnetic Fields (3)
  • EE 401Control Systems Analysis & Design (3) 
  • EE 417 Digital Communications (3)
  • EE 420 Avionics Preliminary Design (3)
  • EE 421 Avionics Detail Design (3)
  • EE 430 Introduction to RF Circuits (3)
  • EE 430L RF Circuits Laboratory (1)

Open Elective (3) 

TOTAL: 67 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 129                                                                                                           

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.                   

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Engineering Physics

COLLEGE: College of Arts & Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Spacecraft Systems AOC or Spacecraft Instrumentation AOC 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

AMH, SYG or GEO, HUM, LIT or PHI

Humanities or Social Science lower level elective

SS/HU lower level elective

AMH 2020

American History II

SS 120

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2220

C Programming

CS 223

PHY 2048C AND

PHY 2049C

Physics for Engineers I

Physics for Engineers II

PS 226, PS 226L, PS 227, PS 228 (10 credits)

PHY 2101

Modern Physics

PS 303

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3 credits)

TOTAL CREDITS

 

52

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

MATHEMATICS (7 CR)

  • MA 399 Special Topics Course (Matrix Methods) to complete MA345 (1)
  • MA 441 Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Physics I (3)
  • MA 442 Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Physics II (3)

PHYSICAL SCIENCE (10 CR)

  • CHM 140 Chemistry for Engineers (4)
  • CHM 140L Chemistry for Engineers Lab (1)
  • PS 228L Physics III Lab (1)
  • PS 290 Physics Laboratory Practicum (0)
  • PS 305 Modern Physics Lab (1)
  • PS 320 Classical Mechanics (3)

ENGINEERING (35 CR)

  • EP 101 Current Topics in Space Science (1)
  • EGR 120 Graphical Communications (3)
  • EP 320 Electro-Optical Engineering (3)
  • EP 340 Introduction to Space Systems Design (2)
  • EP 391 Microcomputers & Electronic Instrumentation (3)
  • EP 391L Microcomputers & Electronic Instrumentation Lab (1)
  • EP 393 Spaceflight Dynamics (3)
  • EP 394 Space Systems Engineering (3)
  • EP 410 Space Physics (3)
  • EP 440 Engineering Electricity & Magnetism (3)
  • EP 455 Quantum Physics (3)
  • EP 496 Space Systems Design I (3)
  • EP 497 Space Systems Design II (3)
  • ME 200 Machine Shop Laboratory (1)

Students Must Choose One AOC (21 CR)

Spacecraft Systems AOC

  • EE 327 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals (3)
  • ES 201 Statics (3)
  • ES 202 Solid Mechanics (3)
  • ES 204 Dynamics (3)
  • ES 309 Fluid Dynamics (3)
  • Engineering Electives (6 CR)
  • Choose from AE/CEC/CIV/CS/EE/EGR/EP/ES/ME/SE/SYS 300-400 level courses

Spacecraft Instrumentation AOC

  • CEC 220 Digital Circuit Design (3)
  • CEC 222 Digital Circuit Lab (1)
  • CEC 315 Signals and Systems (3)
  • CEC 320 Microprocessor Systems (3)
  • CEC 322 Microprocessor Systems Lab (1)
  • CEC 410 Digital Signal Processing (3)
  • CEC 411 Digital Signal Processing Lab (1)
  • EP 430 Spacecraft Instrumentation (3)
  • Engineering Electives (3 CR)
  • Choose from AE/CEC/CIV/CS/EE/EGR/EP/ES/ME/SE/SYS 300-400 level courses 

OPEN ELECTIVES (3 CR) 

TOTAL: 76 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 128

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Global Conflict Studies

COLLEGE: College of Arts and Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and Research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and Literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

GEO, SYG, EUH, AMH or any HUM Course

SS/HU lower or upper level

SS/HU Elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

MAC 1105

College Algebra

MA 140

MAC 1114 OR

STA 2023

College Trigonometry OR

Statistics

MA 142 OR

MA 222

BSC, CHM or PHY

(One course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, CHM or PS Electives (6 credits)

OPEN ELECTIVES

15 CREDIT HOURS

TOTAL CREDITS

51

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Required Core courses (9 CR)

  • SS 115 Introduction to International Relations (3)
  • GCS 101 Introduction to Global Conflict Studies (3)
  • GCS 204 Introduction to Research Methods (3)

Choose 9 courses total (27 CR):

  • CYB 485 War, Terror, and Diplomacy in Cyberspace (3)
  • GCS 300 International Conflict Resolution (3)
  • GCS 302 Gender Security (3)
  • GCS 304 Political Violence (3)
  • GCS 306 Theories of Nations & Nationalism (3)
  • GCS 308 Transnational Crime (3)
  • GCS 400 Topics in Global Conflict Studies (3)
  • SS 311 U.S. Military History 1775-1900 (3)
  • SS 321 U.S. Military History 1900-Present (3)
  • SS 325 International Studies (3)
  • SS 326 Russian-U.S. Relations (3)
  • SS 331 Current Issues in America (3)
  • SS 333 U.S.-Asian Relations (3)
  • SS 334 Contemporary Africa and the World (3)
  • SS 336 The Modern Middle East in World Affairs (3)
  • SS 337 Globalization and World Politics (3)
  • SS 340 Modern U.S. Foreign Policy (3)
  • SS 353 Early U.S. Foreign Policy (3)
  • SS 363 Inter-American Relations (3)
  • CEGCS 396 Coop Ed in Global Conflict Studies (3)

Capstone (3 CR)

  • GCS 490 Capstone in Global Conflict Studies (3)

Co-Op or Thesis (3 CR)

  • CEGCS 396 or GCS 475 Internship/Thesis in GCS (3)

BREADTH AREA (30 CR) 

Students are strongly encouraged to complete their breadth requirement with Two Minors (Minimum 30 credit hours total), or One Minor and a "Coherent Block of Credits" approved by the GCS Program Coordinator. Classes from the Core cannot be utilized as part of a Minor or "Coherent Block of Credits".

TOTAL: 69 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

Actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Homeland Security

COLLEGE: College of Arts and Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO, GEO, SYG, EUH, AMH or any Humanities Course

Social Science or Humanities Elective

SS/HU Lower or Upper level elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

MAC 1105

College Algebra

MA 140

MAC 1114

Trigonometry

MA 142

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

BSC, CHM or PHY

(One course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, CHM, or PS Electives (6 credits)

TOTAL CREDITS

40

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

CORE COURSES (42 CR)

  • CYB 155 Foundations of Information Security (3)
  • HS 110 Introduction to Homeland Security (3)
  • HS 215 Introduction to Industrial Security (3)
  • HS 220 Fundamentals of the National Security Enterprise (3)
  • HS 310 Fundamentals of Emergency Management (3)
  • HS 315 Critical Infrastructure Protection and Risk Analysis (3)
  • HS 320 Homeland Security Law and Policy (3)
  • HS 325 Terrorism: Origins, Ideologies, and Goals (3)
  • HS 350 Intelligence Systems & Structures in Homeland Security (3)
  • HS 360 Strategic Planning & Decision Making in Homeland Security (3)
  • HS 405 Emergent Topics in Homeland Security (3)
  • HS 410 Exercise Design & Evaluation in Homeland Security (3)
  • HS 490 Practicum in Homeland Security (3)
  • CEHS 396 CO-OP/Internship (3)

BREADTH AREA (30 CR)  

Students are strongly encouraged to complete two minors (minimum 30 credits total), or one minor and a “coherent block of credits” (minimum 30 credits total) which is determined with consent of Homeland Security Advisor.

PROGRAM SUPPORT (6 CR)

  • SF 201 Introduction to Health, Occupational & Transportation Safety (3) OR
  • SF 210 Introduction to Aerospace Safety (3)
  • GEO 210 Introduction to GIS (3)

SPECIFIED ELECTIVES (6 CR)

Choose two from the following:

  • HS 290 Introduction to Environmental Security (3)
  • HS 340 Aviation Transportation Security (3)
  • HS 342 Maritime Security (3)
  • GCS 302 Gender Security (3)
  • SFS 315 Environmental Compliance and Safety (3)
  • SF 355 Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology (3)
  • SF 405 Applications in Industrial Hygiene (3)
  • SF 462 Health, Safety and Aviation Law (3)

TOTAL: 84 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 124

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Human Factors Psychology

COLLEGE: College of Arts and Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) & OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

Introduction to Psychology

PSY 101

ECO, GEO, SYG, EUH, AMH or any Humanities Course

Social Science or Humanities Elective

SS/HU Lower or Upper level elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

MAC 1105

College Algebra

MA 111 (3 CR)

MAC 1114 OR

STA 2023

College Trigonometry OR

Statistics

MA 142 OR

MA 222

CGS 1100

Business Comp. Application.

BA 120

COP 1334C

Introduction to C++

EGR 115

BSC, PHY or CHM

(One course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, CHM or PS Electives (6 credits)

OPEN ELECTIVES

 

16 Credits

TOTAL CREDITS

61

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

ADVANCED COMMUNICATION (3 CR)

Choose one course from: COM 320, 322, 350, 360, 362, 364, 410, 411, 412, 415, 460

HU 330, 335, 338, 363, 375, 415, 420

Psychology & Human Factors (38 CR)

  • HF 300 Human Factors I: Principles & Fundamentals (3)
  • HF 302 Human Factors II: Analytic Methods & Techniques (4)
  • HF 306 Human Factors III: Performance Processes (4)
  • HF 310 Human Computer Interaction (3)
  • HF 312 Ergonomics and Bioengineering (3)
  • HF 400 Human Factors IV: System Design (4)
  • PSY 310 Sensation and Perception (3)
  • PSY 312 Research Analysis in Psychology (4)
  • PSY 315 Cognitive Psychology (3)
  • PSY 322 Research Design (4)
  • PSY 335 Physiological Psychology (3)

PRACTICUM (3 CR)

  • HF 490 Practicum in Human Factors Psychology

SPECIFIED ELECTIVES: Requires three courses to be selected from each of the two groups. (18 CR)

Group I-Applied Systems in Human Factors

  • HF 315 Automation & Systems issues in Aviation
  • HF 321 Psychopharmacology
  • HF 325 Human Factors & System Safety
  • HF 326 Human Performance in Extreme Environments
  • HF 330 Human Factors in Space
  • HF 352 Human Factors in Entertainment Systems
  • HF 410 Human Factors in Crew Station Design
  • HF 412 Simulating Humans in Complex Systems
  • HF 415 Human Factors in Simulation Systems
  • HF 422 Applied Ergonomic Design, Analysis & Evaluation
  • HF 440 Aerospace Physiology

Group II-Psychological Foundations of Human Factors

  • PSY 320 Aviation Psychology
  • PSY 330 Learning and Motivation
  • PSY 340 Industrial-Organizational Psychology
  • PSY 345 Training & Development
  • PSY 350 Social Psychology
  • PSY 352 Personality: A Systems Approach
  • PSY 365 Abnormal Psychology

TOTAL: 62 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 123

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.        

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Interdisciplinary Studies

COLLEGE: College of Arts and Sciences

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO, GEO, SYG,EUH, AMH, or any Humanities course

Social Science or Humanities

Elective

SS/HU Lower or Upper level elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

LIT 2110

European Literature I

HU 300

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

BSC, CHM or PHY

(one course must include a lab)

Physical Science

BIO, CHM, PS Electives

(6 credits)

MAC 1105

College Algebra

MA 140

MAC 1114 OR

STA 2023

College Trigonometry OR

Statistics

MA 142 OR

MA 222

HUM 2210

Humanities I

HU 140

PHI 2100

Intro to Philosophy I

HU 341

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

TOTAL CREDITS

48

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Interdisciplinary Core Requirements (24)

Aviation/Aerospace Foundation Requirements (3)                                                          

 Choose one course:

  • AS 120 Introduction to Aeronautical Science (3) OR
    SP 110 Introduction to Space Flight (3) OR
    FAA Private Pilot Certificate (3) OR
    SS 130 Aviation History (3)             

Global Focus (6)                                

Choose two courses:

BA 335, 427, GCS 300, 302, 306, HU 300, 323, 341, 345 363, SS 322, 325, 326, 333, 334, 336, 337, 363. 

Philosophical Perspectives (3)

Choose one course:

HU 330, 331, 345 

Enhanced Communication/ Humanities (6)

Choose two courses:

  • COM 319, 320, 322, 325, 326, 350, 360, 362, 399/499, 410, 411, 412, 415, 460, 475
  • HU, 305, 310, 320, 321, 325, 330, 332, 335, 338, 341, 345, 355, 363, 399/499, WX 475 

Research Methods (3)

Choose one course:

  • BA 355, COM 270, COM/HU 415, HF 300, PSY 322                                                                                                                                                         

Capstone Experience (3) 

  • CE 396/397 Cooperative Education OR
    HU 475 Senior Thesis                                                                                                                                                                                

 

MINOR/ BREADTH AREA (45-54 CR) Students must select two or three minor areas of study.  If they choose two minors, they must also complete a Breadth area.  The Breadth area will consist of a coherent block of 15 credits, six (6) of which must be Upper Level. Breadth areas must be approved by the IS advisor.

 

Open Elective 0-9

 

TOTAL:  72 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU           

 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120                                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.                                                   

 

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Mechanical Engineering

COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: High Performance Vehicles, Robotics Systems, Clean Energy or Biomedical Systems Track 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1202

College Success

UNIV 101

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Intro to Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2001

Computer Programming C++

CS 223*

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus 2

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus 3

MA 243

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3 credits)

 

CHM 2045

General Chemistry I

CHM 110 (3)

CHM 2045L

General Chemistry I Lab

CHM 110L (1)

PHY 2048C AND

PHY 2049C

Physics w/Calculus I

Physics w Calculus II

PS 150, PS 160, PS 250 & PS 253 (10 credits)

TOTAL CREDITS 51

* Some Engineering degrees require MATLAB, see Engineering Fundamentals Coordinator.

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

MATHEMATICS (1 CR)

  • MA 399 Special Topics Course (Matrix Methods) to complete MA 345 (1)

ECONOMICS (3 CR)

  • EC 225 Engineering Economics

ENGINEERING SCIENCE CORE (29 CR)

  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • EGR 120 Graphical Communication (3)
  • EE 327 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals (3)
  • ES 201 Statics (3)
  • ES 202 Solid Mechanics (3)
  • ES 204 Dynamics (3)
  • ES 305 Thermodynamics (3)
  • ES 309 Fluid Dynamics (3)
  • ES 320 Engineering Materials Science (2) 
  • ES 321 Engineering Materials Science Lab
  • ES 403 Heat Transfer (3)

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CORE (19 CR)

  • ME 208 Manufacturing Laboratory (1)
  • ME 304 Introduction to Machine Design (3)
  • ME 313 Instrumentation & Data Acquisition (2)
  • ME 314 Instrumentation & Data Acquisition Lab (1)
  • ME 400 Vibration & Acoustics (3)
  • ME 436 Advanced Machine Design (3) 

Professional Development Elective (300-400 Level) (3 CR) 

Technical Electives (6 CR) Any 300-500 Level Engineering course designated by prefixes AE/CEC/CIV/CS/EE/EGR/EP/ME/SE/SYS 

TRACK-Students must choose 1 Track (17 CR) 

High Performance Vehicles Track

  • ME 303 Vehicle Dynamics (3)
  • ME 405 Vehicle Power Systems (3)
  • ME 409 Vehicle Aerodynamics (3)
  • ME 413 Preliminary Design of HPV w/Lab (4)
  • ME 433 Senior Design of High Performance Vehicles W/Lab (4) 

Robotics Systems Track

  • ME 311 Robotic Technologies for Unmanned Systems (3)
  • ME 402 Robotic Arms (3)
  • ME 404 Mechatronics (3)
  • ME 407 Preliminary Design of Robotic Systems w/Lab (4)
  • ME 437 Senior Robotic Systems Design W/Lab (4) 

Energy Systems Track

  • ME 316 Thermodynamics II (3)
  • ME 414 Preliminary Design in Clean Energy W/Lab (4)
  • ME 434 Senior Design in Clean Energy W/Lab (4)
  • ME 443 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (3)
  • ME 445 Sustainable Design (3) 

Biomedical System Track

  • ME 320 Fundamentals of Biomechanics (3) 

  • ME 442 Biofluid Mechanics (3)
  • ME 448 Preliminary Design in Bio-Mechanical Systems W/Lab (4)
  • ME 458 Senior Design in Bio-Mechanical Systems W/Lab (4)
  • ME 460 Bio-solid Mechanics (3) 

TOTAL: 78 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 129 

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Meteorology

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO, GEO, SYG EUH, AMH or any Humanities Course

Social Science or Humanities

Elective

SS/HU Lower or Upper Level Elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2001

Computer Programming C++

CS 223

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241 (4)

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242 (4)

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243 (4)

MAP 2302 AND

MA 399 (ERAU)

Differential Equations

MA 345 (3)

PHY 2048C, 2048L

PHY 2049C, 2049L

Physics w/Calculus I & II

PS 150 (3), PS 160 (3), PS 253 (1), Open Elective (3)

(10 credits)

CHM 2045

General Chemistry

CHM 110 (3)

CHM 2045L

General Chemistry I Lab

CHM 110L (1)

MET 2010

Meteorology

WX 201

TOTAL CREDITS

59

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

MA 399-Special Topics (1 CR)

Program Support (3 CR)

  • AS 120 Principles of Aeronautical OR
  • AS 121 Private Pilot Operations

Meteorology Core (48 CR)

  • GEO 215 Introduction to Geoscience (3)
  • WX 261 Applied Climatology (3)
  • WX 272 Meteorological Instruments and Data Analysis (3)
  • WX 301 Aviation Weather (3)
  • WX 327 Operational Analysis and Forecasting (3)
  • WX 361 Global Climate Change (3) OR
  • WX 381 Climate Dynamics (3)
  • WX 367 Thermodynamic Meteorology (3)
  • WX 368 Physical Meteorology (3)
  • WX 374 Dynamic Meteorology I (3)
  • WX 375 Dynamic Meteorology II (3)
  • WX 378 Synoptic Analysis (3)
  • WX 422 Statistical Applications for Meteorological Data Analysis (3)
  • WX 462 Numerical Weather Prediction (3)
  • WX 466 Advanced Synoptic Analysis & Forecasting (3)
  • WX 478 Mesoscale Meteorology (3)
  • WX 482 Research Methods in Meteorology (Capstone) (3) 

OPEN ELECTIVES: 9 CREDITS 

TOTAL: 61 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU 

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college.  To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Software Engineering COLLEGE: College of Engineering

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit:

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 and OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO, GEO, SYG, EUH,

AMH, or any Humanities Course

Social Science or Humanities Lower Level Elective

SS/HU Lower or Upper Level Elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 2220

C Programming

CS 223

PHY 2048C AND

PHY 2049C

Physics for Engineers I Physics for Engineers II

PS 150, PS 160, PS 250,

& PS 253 (10 credits)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

COP 2510

Software Design & Dev. I

CS 225 (3 credits)

CET 1114C

Dig Fundamentals & Lab

CEC 220 (3) & CEC 222 (1)

CET 2123C

Microcomp & Basic Dig Com

CEC 320 (3) & CEC 322 (1)

OPEN ELECTIVE: Make up for shortage in CS 225 (COP 2510)

1 CREDIT

TOTAL CREDITS

61

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU: ECONOMICS (3 CR)

EC 225 Engineering Economics 

MATHEMATICS (3 CR)

  • MA 412 Probability & Statistics (3)

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (48 CR)

  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)
  • CEC 450 Real Time Systems (3)
  • CEC 470 Computer Architecture (3)
  • CS 222 Introduction to Discrete Structures (3)
  • CS 315 Data Structures & Analysis of Algorithms (3)
  • CS 317 Files & Database Systems (3)
  • CS 332 Organization of Programming Languages (3)
  • CS 420 Operating Systems (3)
  • CS 432 Information & Computer Security (3)
  • SE 300 Software Engineering Practices (4)
  • SE 310 Analysis & Design of Software Systems (3)
  • SE 320 Software Construction (3)
  • SE 410 Formal Software Modeling (3)
  • SE 420 Software Quality Assurance and Testing (3)
  • SE 450 Software Team Project I (3)
  • SE 451 Software Team Project II (3)

CS/SE/CEC ELECTIVES 300-400 LEVEL (3 CR)

SPECIFIED ELECTIVES (6 CR)

TOTAL: 66 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 127

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386- 226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Space Physics

COLLEGE: College of Arts and Letters DEGREE: Bachelor of Science OPTIONS/TRACKS: N/A 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Intro to Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO, GEO, SYG, EUH,

AMH, or any Humanities course

Social Science or Humanities Elective

SS/HU Lower or Upper level Elective

COP 2001

Computer Programming C++

CS 223

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 241

MAC 2312

Calculus II

MA 242

MAC 2313

Calculus III

MA 243

MAP 2302

& ERAU MA 399

Intro to Diff Equations Special Topics in Math

MA 345 (3 credits)

PHY 2048C And

PHY 2049C

Physics w/Calculus I Physics w Calculus II

PS 226, PS 226L PS 227 & PS 228

(10 credits)

PHY 2101

Modern Physics

PS 303

TOTAL CREDITS

52

 

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

  • EP101 Current Topics in Space Science (1)

Mathematics (7)

  • MA 399 Special Topics Course (Matrix Methods) to complete MA345 (1) MA 441 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I (3)
  • MA 442 Advanced Engineering Mathematics II (3)

PHYSICAL SCIENCE (22)

  • CHM 140 Chemistry for Engineers (4) CHM 140L Chemistry for Engineers Lab (1)
  • PS 228L Physics III Lab (1)
  • PS 305 Modern Physics Laboratory (1)
  • PS 320 Classical Mechanics (3)
  • PS 400 Senior Physics Lab (3)
  • PS 405 Atomic Nuclear Physics (3)
  • EP 320 Electro-Optical Engineering (3)
  • EP 492 Senior Project or Technical Elective (3)

SPACE PHYSICS (21)

  • EP 393 Spaceflight Dynamics (3)
  • EP 400 Thermodynamics & Statistical Mechanics (3) EP 410 Space Physics (3)
  • EP 411 Space Physics II (3)
  • EP 420 Planetary Science (3)
  • EP 440 Engineering Electricity & Magnetism (3) EP 455 Quantum Physics (3)

TECHNICAL ELECTIVES (6)

Choose from AE, CEC, CIV, CS, EE, EGR, EP, ES, MA, ME, PS, SE (300-400 Level) OPEN ELECTIVES: 12 CREDITS

TOTAL: 69 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 121

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386- 226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Spaceflight Operations

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Space Policy and Operations or Operations Science and Technology 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

SLS 1201

College Success

UNIV 101 (1) & OE (2)

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Intro to Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

PSY, ECO, GEO, SYG, AMH OR LIT, HUM, AML

Social Science Elective OR Humanities Elective

SS LL OR HU LL

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

CGS 2100

Microcomputer Applications

CS 120

MAC1105 and MAC 1114

College Algebra and Trigonometry

MA 111 (3) &

Open Elective (3)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 112 OR MA 241 (3)

OE (1)

PHY 1053 or PHY2053C

Physics I

PS 113 (3)

PHY 1054 or PHY2054C

Physics II

PS 113L (1) OE (2)

BSC 1005

General Biology

BIO 120 (3)

BSC 1005L

General Biology Lab

BIO 120L (1)

STA 2023

Statistics

MA 222

TOTAL CREDITS 50

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU:

Space Flight Operations Core (34 CR)

  • BA 424 Project Management in Aviation Operations (3) CSO 101 Space Program Seminar (1)
  • CSO 230 Space Policy and Law-History (3)
  • CSO 330 Spaceflight and Operations Training (3)
  • CSO 351 Fundamentals of Space Policy and Regulation (3) CSO 410 Space Operations Planning and Analysis (3)
  • CSO 490 Senior Space Operations Project (3)
  • HF 300 Human Factors I: Principles and Fundamentals (3) HF 330 Human Factors in Space (3) OR
  • HF 326 Human Performance in Extreme Environments SF 210 Introduction to Aerospace Safety (3)
  • SP 300 Satellite and Spacecraft Systems (3) SP 400 Introduction to Space Navigation (3)

SPECIALIZATION:

Space Policy and Operations (24 CR)

Required (6 CR)

  • CSO 310 International Space Policy and Law (3)
  • CSO 460 Applied Spaceflight Policy and Regulation (3)

Electives (students must choose 6 courses from the following) (18 CR)

  • ACC 210 Financial Accounting (3)
  • BA 201 Principles of Management (3)
  • BA 318 Entrepreneurship I (3)
  • BA 411 Logistics Management for Aviation/Aerospace (3) HF 306 Human Factors III: Performance Processes (4)
  • HF 325 Human Factors and Systems Safety (3)
  • HF 410 Human Factors Engineering: Crew Station Design (3) HS 110 Introduction to Homeland Security (3)
  • SF 345 Safety Program Management (3)

Operations Science and Technology (26 CR)

Required (8 CR)

  • CS 223 Scientific Programming in C (3) CSO 390 Payloads and Integration (3)
  • EGR 101 Introduction to Engineering (2)

Electives (students must choose 6 courses) (18 CR)

  •  BA 420 Management of Production and Operations (3)
  • CS 118 Fundamentals of Computer Programming (3)
  • HF 312 Ergonomics and Bioengineering (3)
  • HF 440 Aerospace Physiology (3)
  • PS 224 Astronomy (3)
  • SIM 200 Aviation Simulation Systems (3)
  • SP 220 Life Support Systems (3)

Open Electives (12)

TOTAL: 70-72 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 120-122

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact Transfer Admissions Office at 386-226- 6100 or 800-862-2416.

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2020-2021

PROGRAM OF STUDY (MAJOR): Unmanned Aircraft Systems

COLLEGE: College of Aviation

DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

OPTIONS/TRACKS: Based on the Operations Track 

CONTACT: Daytona Beach Admissions Office 800-862-2416, dbadmit@erau.edu 

The following courses can be taken at a Florida College System Institution to maximize the transfer of credit: 

Florida Community College Course

Florida Course Title

Embry-Riddle Course Equivalent

ENC 1101

Must contain writing and research

COM 122 OR Open Elective

ENC 2210

Technical Report Writing

COM 221

SPC 2608

Public Speaking

COM 219

ENC 1102

Must contain writing and literature

HU 142 OR COM 122

PSY 2012

General Psychology

PSY 101

ECO,GEO, SYG EUH,

AMH or Humanities course

Social Science or Humanities Elective

SS/HU Lower or Upper Level Elective

REL 2300

World Religions

HU 345

COP 1000

Prin of Computer Programming

CS 118

COP 2001

Computer Programming C++

EGR 115

PHY 1053 or PHY2053C

Physics I

PS 113 (3)

PHY 1054 or PHY2054C

Physics II

PS 117(3) & PS 117L(1)

MAC 1105 AND

MAC 1114

College Algebra Trigonometry

MA 111 (3)

Open Elective (3)

MAC 2311

Calculus I

MA 112 OR MA 241 (3) &

Open Elective (1)

MET 2010

Meteorology

WX 201

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

BA 201

TOTAL CREDITS 50

REMAINING PROGRAM OF STUDY TO BE TAKEN AT ERAU: 

Aeronautical Knowledge (13 CR)

  • ASC 101 Aeronautical Science Success (1)
  • AS 121 Private Pilot Operations (5)
  • AS 220 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (3)
  • AS 309 Aerodynamics (3)
  • UA 101 Remote Pilot Operations (1)

Geospacial Data Acquisition & Processing (16 CR)

  • AS 235 Unmanned A/C Systems Operations & Cross Country Data Entry (3) AS 368 UAS Sensing Systems (3)
  • AS 390 Application of UAS Technology (3) GEO 210 Introduction to GIS (3)
  • GEO 310 Advanced GIS (3)
  • UA 201 Mapping Applications & Data Collection with UAS (1) 

Operations and Leadership (12 CR)

  • AS 222 UAS Safety & Security (3)
  • AS 322 Operational & Industrial Aspects of UAS (3) AS 323 Crew Resource Management for UAS (3) AS 473 UAS Flight Simulation (3) 

Technical Skills Development (8 CR)

  • AS 365 UAS Electronic Flight Management (3)
  • AS 416 UAS Field Service and Sustainment (3)
  • UA 301 Complex UAS Flight Operations (1)
  • UA 401 UA Mission Application (1) 

Program Support (9 CR)

  • AT 310 ATC Tower for Non ATC (3)
  • HF 300 Human Factors 1: Principles and Fundamentals (3)
  • ME 311 Robotics Technologies for Unmanned Systems (3)

Service Learning (2-6 CR)

  • AS 399 Special Topics in Aeronautical Science
  • AS 499 Special Topics in Aeronautical Science

Open Electives Upper Level 300-400 Level (6 CR) Open Elective (2-6 CR)

Open Elective credit required may vary based on total credit Taken for Service Learning courses.

TOTAL: 72 CREDIT HOURS AT ERAU

TOTAL DEGREE HOURS: 122

The actual remaining credit may vary according to the course offerings at your community college. To receive a list of courses specific to your community college, please contact the Transfer Admissions Office at 386- 226-6100 or 800-862-2416.