Studying at Front Range Community College is an excellent way to begin your journey to earn a bachelor's degree in Spanish. We offer a two-year Associate of Arts (AA) degree in Spanish that paves the way.

FRCC provides a supportive environment where you can learn the language and increase your fluency. Our professors are experienced and patient. In addition, FRCC's small class sizes mean you'll get plenty of practice and individual attention. With your knowledge, you'll be able to transfer to a four-year university as a junior.

Why Study Spanish at Front Range Community College?

Learning Spanish at FRCC is more than just memorizing vocabulary and grammatical forms. Our professors will help you learn about the cultures of Spanish-speaking people. You'll study verb conjugations while learning different cultural perspectives. In our small classes, you'll learn to speak, read and write in Spanish.

You'll also find flexible class options as all courses for this degree are available online. You can even earn your entire degree online.

With your AA in Spanish, you'll be able to transfer to many four-year public universities in Colorado. You'll enter with junior standing and be two years away from your bachelor's degree. Our affordable tuition means you'll get two years of college for half the cost of a university. Your degree will help you find careers that put your bilingual skills to work.

Degree Details

AA in Spanish

Program Locations: Online, Boulder County, Larimer, Westminster

Total Credits: 60 credits (4 semesters)

With an AA in Spanish, you'll learn how to speak, read and listen in Spanish. Master Spanish grammar and linguistics and explore the history and culture of Spanish-speaking communities. Your studies will prepare you to transfer to a four-year university to earn your bachelor's degree in Spanish.

View Program Details

Transfer Options

Begin the journey to your bachelor's degree in Spanish at FRCC. With an AA in Spanish, you can start your Spanish major as a junior at the following 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-Colorado Springs
  • University of Colorado-Denver
  • University of Northern Colorado
  • Western State Colorado University

Be sure to talk with your academic advisor when selecting your courses to ensure you will complete your degree on time with the classes you need.

Careers & Outcomes

Your Spanish degree can open doors for a career in many fields that can use your language skills. Although some careers may require bachelor's and graduate degrees, you'll get a strong foundation with a degree from FRCC.