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Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Transfer Opportunities

Our transfer policies are designed to assist Colorado Community College System students pursuing an A.A.S. in
machining and computer aided design programs to best position themselves for transfer into MSU Denver's AMS program, following completion of their A.A.S. degree program.

Although not restricted to the following programs, students pursuing the CCCS programs identified below are highly encouraged to transfer:

  • Arapahoe Community College: Engineering Graphics Technologies, Mechanical Design Concentration
  • Community College of Denver: CNC Manufacturing or CNC Management
  • Front Range Community College: Computer Aided Drafting and Design
  • Pikes Peak Community College: Machining Technology, Machining Technology Emphasis or Advanced Manufacturing
    Emphasis
  • Red Rocks Community College: Precision Machining Technology or Engineering Graphics Mechanical
  • Trinidad State Junior College: Manufacturing Technology

AMS Transfer Guide

We have identified several gtPathway courses that will count toward MSU Denver’s general studies requirements. Additionally, students may transfer several Common Course Numbering System courses that are equivalent to MSU Denver courses. The identified CCNS courses would transfer to either the AMS core or to students' designated concentration area within the AMS program.


Thinking of Transferring?

Follow these important "Next Steps"


STUDENT MEETS WITH CCCS ACADEMIC ADVISOR TO DISCUSS ALL A.A.S. DEGREE PROGRAM AND MSU DENVER GENERAL STUDIES COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Students should prepare to take additional courses that meet MSU Denver General Studies requirements, in addition to those courses already required of their A.A.S. degree program.

The following courses count towards the MSU Denver General Studies requirements and ideally should be taken in conjunction with the A.A.S. degree program. Keep in mind, some of the suggested courses may already be required or listed as electives for particular A.A.S. degree programs, while others may not.

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