Get a head start at the #1 aviation & aerospace university while still in high school.
The Dual Enrollment Office is committed to setting students up for success. One of the ways they aspire to accomplish this goal is by providing high-quality resources customized to make the overall dual enrollment experience as user-friendly as possible.
Putting the next generation in a position to respond to a growing demand for quality Aviation/Aerospace, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics scholars.
Increasing female and minority engagement in Aviation/Aerospace, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics programs and careers.
Making higher education more affordable and accessible by leveraging our award-winning distance-learning technology at a fraction of the cost, thus reducing the overall debt load of students and families.
Establishing a nationally challenging curriculum that encourages, measures, and sustains critical thinking, problem-solving and inquiry-based learning among diverse populations of students.
Positioning the nation as the global leader in STEM education and careers.
The Benefits of Dual Enrollment
By the time they reach high school, the majority of students already have an idea of the career path that they want to pursue in the years ahead. The Embry-Riddle Dual Enrollment Program can help students make their goals and dream a reality by providing:
Regionally Accredited college-level coursework that can be transferred to post-secondary institutions across the nation.
Learning Opportunities that will build a foundation of skills necessary to pursue a career in Aviation/Aerospace or STEM-related industries.
Tuition Savings by potentially eliminating up to a year’s worth of tuition costs or more, and shortening the time it takes to get an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree!
Frequently Asked Questions about Dual Enrollment at Embry-Riddle
Where are the courses offered?
The ERAU Dual Enrollment program offers courses to students in a classroom at their high school campus, or online via the ERAU Worldwide – Online Campus.
The acceptance of transfer credit earned with ERAU by any other institution is solely at the discretion of the receiving institution.
Is Admission to Embry-Riddle Guaranteed for Dual Enrollment Students after High School?
No, participation in the Embry-Riddle Dual Enrollment Program does not guarantee admission into Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University post-high school graduation.
What does Dual Enrollment cost?
Tuition costs are applied on a per credit hour basis, with most Dual Enrollment courses being 3-4 credit hours each. The cost per credit hour for students enrolled in courses at one of our partner high schools may vary.
Rate: The current cost per credit hour for Online courses is $250.
Fees: There are no fees associated with the Dual Enrollment program at this time.
Textbooks & Course Materials: Each student is expected to pay for the cost of any books and materials associated with their course. All related books and materials may be purchased from the Embry-Riddle Bookstore online.