Transfer Degree Options
Thanks to Colorado’s statewide “60+60” agreement among all public community colleges and four-year colleges and universities, you can earn your bachelor’s degree by completing your A.A. or A.S. degree – at least 60 credit hours of coursework at FRCC completed with a C or better – and the remaining 60 credit hours in a school of arts and sciences at the four-year public institution of your choice. Note that some majors at the four-year school require specific courses that must be completed as part of the A.A. or A.S. degree. Note also that some majors may exceed the typical 120 credits required to graduate. See the Colorado colleges where your A.A. or A.S. degree will transfer.
Degree-Specific Requirements for Transfer
The following degrees have statewide agreements that specify which lower-division courses you must complete at FRCC before transferring. Use these worksheets to help you plan your courses.
FRCC has partnered with several Colorado institutions for specific baccalaureate majors. These agreements specify which lower-division courses you must complete at FRCC before transferring.