Designated Degree Path - AA in Communication

Planning on advancing to a four-year college?

If your goal is to pursue a bachelor's degree upon completion of your studies at RRCC, our Designated Transfer Degrees are for you. Graduate with this associate degree, and all credits will transfer and guarantee you junior status to specific Colorado public institutions of higher education.

AA - Communication: Designated Degree Requirements

General Education and Major Course Requirements (60 credits)

Subject

Course No. and Title

Credits

Communication:
(6 credits)

ENG 121 - English Composition I

3

 

ENG 122 - English Composition II

3

Mathematics:
(3-4 credits)

One course

3

Arts & Humanities:
(6 credits)

Two courses - Two GT Pathways Arts and Humanities
Suggested course:  COM130 Communication and Pop Culture (GT_AH1)

6

History:
(3 credits)

One course

3

Social & Behavioral Sciences:
(6 credits)

COM 220 - Intercultural Communication

3

 

And one other GT Pathways course

3

Natural & Physical Sciences:
(7 credits)

Two courses (one course must be with a lab)

7

Additional Required Courses:
(18 credits)

COM 115 - Public Speaking

3

 

COM 125 - Interpersonal Communication

3

 

COM 217 - Group Communication

3

 

Choose two courses from either: History or Social & Behavioral Sciences

6

 

And choose one 3-credit course with a COM Prefix

Suggested:  COM126 Communication in Healthcare
COM225 Organizational Communication or
COM105 Career Communication

3

Electives:
(11 credits)

Approved AA Electives

11

Before registering for any course, consult an advisor in the Advising Center for specific degree information. Transferability depends on the receiving four-year institution. Some credits may or may not be required. Additional courses may be transferable. Please check the annual catalog for current degree requirements.

 


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