A.A. Degree with Anthropology Designation

Required General Education Courses

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Credits Required

Communication

6

Choose one pair of courses:

 

Mathematics

4

Take one course:

 

Natural & Physical Sciences

8

Select any two courses. Credits over 8 will be applied to electives.

 

Arts & Humanities

9

Take three courses from any of the categories below.

 

History

3

Take one course:

 

Social & Behavioral Sciences

6

Take two courses from any of the categories below:

 
TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES 36
 

Additional Required Courses

18

Take four Anthropology courses. Additional Anthropology courses beyond those listed below may not count toward an ANT major at a four-year institution.

 

 Choose one Communication course:

Note: Completing COM courses is a Colorado Community College System requirement; not a gtPathways requirement.

 

Take one additional Social & Behavioral Science course:

 

Electives

6

  • Select 6 credits from the approved electives list or log into eWOLF to see elective requirements in DegreeCheck.
  • These courses will meet the requirements for an AA degree from FRCC, however transferring requirements varies by receiving institutions.
  • Selection of elective credits should be done with an advisor and your intended transfer institution.
 
TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS 60

Additional Graduation Requirements

  • No developmental courses may be applied to this degree.
  • No more than 6 semester credits independent study or internships may be applied to this degree.
  • Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 to be eligible to graduate.
  • Transfer Students must complete 15 semester credit hours that are part of their degree requirements at Front Range in order to earn a degree from Front Range.
  • Submit graduation application, transfer credits, and credit for prior learning to Admissions & Records by published deadline.
  • Continuing students who have not had a 12 month lapse in enrollment will be allowed to use the requirements listed in any catalog published while continuously attending.