Degree-Specific Requirements for Transfer as a Junior
All of the following degrees have statewide agreements that specify which lower-division courses you must complete at FRCC before transferring.These associate degrees allow you to enter as a junior at Colorado four-year schools majoring these fields of study:
Some majors at the four-year school require specific courses that must be completed as part of the A.A. or A.S. degree. Some majors may exceed the typical 120 credits required to graduate. Be sure to talk with an advisor when planning your courses.
With an associate degree you only need 60 more credits to get your Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Science (BS) degree. To see which courses to take at FRCC as part of your associate degree that will transfer and apply to the bachelor’s degree requirements at the university, see transfer guides for Colorado’s four-year schools.
FRCC has partnered with several institutions for specific baccalaureate majors. These agreements specify which lower-division courses you must complete at FRCC before transferring.