Start your journey to a bachelor's degree with a General Associate of Science (AS) degree from FRCC. Through classroom and hands-on lab work, we'll prepare you for a four-year degree. Our close-knit, supportive environment offers the skills, knowledge and resources you need to be successful. This degree is flexible too—with online and evening course options.
Why Earn an Associate of Science (AS) from Front Range Community College?
FRCC's two-year general AS degree offers a supportive stepping stone to your future bachelor's degree. Many students find tailoring the AS degree works well when transferring in biology, chemistry, geology, and physics. Haven't decided on your path yet? The general AS also allows you to explore different major options.
In this program, you'll take general education courses that provide a strong academic foundation and prepare you to succeed in upper-level classes. You'll develop critical thinking, research and documentation skills to help you reach your goals.
FRCC provides the same rigorous classes as a four-year university but with much more support. Our average class size is 15, meaning you won't learn in large lecture halls. You'll study under our engaging professors, who have earned master's degrees or doctorates.
We provide online and night course options, giving you even more flexibility to complete your program. FRCC offers many helpful resources for students, such as our Academic Support Centers, to help you improve your study skills. At FRCC, there will be someone supporting you at every step.
General Associate of Science
Program Locations: Online and at All Campuses
Total Credits: 60 credits (4 semesters)
With our AS, you'll be ready to transfer to a four-year university and complete a bachelor's degree. You'll take classes from our math and science fields to build your knowledge.
Be sure to talk with an academic advisor when selecting your courses to ensure you will complete your degree on time with the classes you need.east View Program Details
With an AS degree in biology from FRCC, you can complete the second half of a bachelor's degree in biology at a four-year university.
You can transfer your AS degree to the following Colorado public four-year schools:
- Adams State University
- Colorado Mesa University
- Colorado State University - Fort Collins
- Colorado State University - Pueblo
- Fort Lewis College
- Metropolitan State University of Denver
- University of Colorado - Boulder
- University of Colorado - Denver
- University of Northern Colorado
- Western State Colorado University