Feb 21, 2024
2023-2024 Academic Catalog
FVCC Transfer: AA and AS Degrees for Transfer
Customize your transfer degree!
FVCC awards two types of associate degrees designed for transfer: Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS). Both degrees are designed for students planning to transfer their credits to a four-year school, either in Montana or out of state. To earn either degree, students must complete a 30-credit general education core, plus 30 credits of coursework determined by their intended major at a transfer school. These degrees are not specific to a subject area, but are customized to prepare students to transfer to any four-year school. Students work closely with their advisors to explore options and create an AA or AS plan of study.
Students who earn an associate degree from FVCC can transfer to any Montana University System school and be guaranteed that the lower-divison general education core requirements of that school have been met. FVCC students work closely with their advisors to choosecourses tailored to their individual interests and goals.
Although FVCC Transfer can customize a plan of study in any area, many FVCC students choose to create plans of study in the following areas:
|Natural Resource Conservation
|Pre-health Professions (pre-dental, pre-med, pre-PT, etc)
* These programs have established transfer agreements in place. See Transfer Articulation Agreements for more information on how students benefit from these agreements.
For more information about FVCC’s AA and AS transfer degrees and customized plans of study, contact an academic advisor at (406) 756-3880 or stop by the Learning Resource Center Building.
Transfer Agreements (AA or AS Degrees)
FVCC has Transfer Agreements with other Montana University System schools in a variety of subject areas. These agreements lay out specific programs of study at FVCC that align with that of the transfer school, ensuring students a seamless transition to their intended four-year program. For more information about FVCC’s Transfer Agreements, talk to your advisor. See a list of current transfer agreements here: Transfer Agreements.