Embry-Riddle Minors Programs add Rich Supplementary Knowledge for Career Specialization
To gain the greatest value from their academic experiences, students are encouraged to select minors that complement their degree program and/or other minors they are pursuing.
All minors consist of at least 15-21 hours of coherent academic course work, with at least 6 hours fulfilled in one of the upper-level degree programs.
In addition to specific minors described in the course catalog, a student at the Embry-Riddle Prescott Campus may earn an interdisciplinary minor or a minor in one of the listed disciplines by meeting the following requirements:
- Complete a Declaration of Minor form, including signature approval of the student's academic advisor, the department chair(s) of the discipline(s), and the Campus Academic Dean;
- Complete 15 or more credit hours in related courses (at least 6 of these must be completed in residence);
- Complete at least 6 hours of upper division credit (at least 3 of these must be completed in residence);
- Complete at least 6 credit hours within the discipline from courses that are not specifically required in the student's degree program;
- Earn at least a 2.00 GPA within the minor.
Not all minors are offered at all Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University locations.
- Applied Meteorology Minor
- An Applied Meteorology Minor brings the basics of meteorology to students who hold an interest in weather. This minor will help them enhance their knowledge of climatology and weather predicting