Degrees with Designation/Statewide Transfer Degrees
Community College of Denver students who follow the prescribed program in the following areas will be able to transfer their degrees or programs and enroll as juniors in any Colorado public four-year program: anthropology, art history, biology, business, chemistry, communication, criminal justice, early childhood education, economics, elementary education, English (literature emphasis), fermentation science, French, geography, geology, history, mathematics, music, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology (both A.A. and A.S.), sociology, Spanish, studio art, and theater.
All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. Course substitutions are not permitted with any statewide transfer articulation plan.
NOTE: Course substitutions are allowed on a case-by-case basis if both CCD and the receiving institution agree. Students should see an academic advisor for assistance. Credits brought into a DWD through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) might not transfer to a four-year school. Students should discuss PLA credit transfers with the receiving institution.
NOTE: Students who have taken prerequisite courses longer than seven years ago are strongly encouraged to take an assessment test over the prerequisite material to ensure adequate prior knowledge to be successful in future courses. The outcome of the assessment test will help the student determine whether or not he or she needs to re-take the prerequisite course. The assessment test is available in the CCD Testing Center.
For health science degrees, because of program accreditation requirements, students must have completed all science courses within the previous seven years before the first day of class in a health program.