This two-year associate degree is a generic major of liberal arts. It's a transfer degree designed for students who plan to get their bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university. The classes you take are guaranteed to transfer to any four-year college in Colorado.
With this community college associate degree (A.A.), you'll complete your basic classes at FRCC (e.g. English, math, science, etc.) and then enter as a junior to complete your bachelor degree at one of Colorado's four-year schools.
You can earn an A.A. degree in these areas of study:
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This two-year associate degree is a transfer degree designed for students who plan to get their bachelor's degree in a math or science field (e.g. computer science, physics, engineering, etc.) at a four-year college or university. The classes you take are guaranteed to transfer to any four-year college in Colorado.
With this two-year A.S. degree, you'll complete your basic classes at FRCC (e.g. English, math, science, etc.) and then enter as a junior to complete your bachelor degree at a Colorado four-year school.
You can earn an A.S. degree at FRCC in these areas of study:
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Our short-term career degrees and certificates launch you into a career. Some certificate degrees can be completed in just one semester.
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More than 100 certificates are offered at Front Range Community College, from Emergency Medical Services to Welding. The College has several Colorado locations, and the certificates you can earn vary by location.
See available list of certificates, course requirement and where they are offered >
Most associate degree programs at Front Range Community College may be completed in four semesters if the student is:
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