We have statewide transfer degrees that guarantee you can graduate from a community college with a two-year associate degree (60 credits) and transfer to a participating Colorado four-year school as a junior. After transferring, you would complete 60 additional credits to earn a bachelor’s degree in your major. See the A.A. and A.S. transfer degrees by major and the specific classes to take at FRCC.
Some majors may exceed the typical 120 credits required to graduate. Be sure to talk with an advisor when planning your courses.
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