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Louisiana Transfer Degrees

AALT Arts Concentration:

All courses applied to the degree must be passed with a C or better. Developmental courses may not be applied to the degree.

Requirements for the AALT track are listed below. When more than one option for fulfilling a requirement is given, even if some of these options are listed as “recommended” or “electives,” students should select courses that are required for the major they intend to pursue at a university. Students transferring to a University of Louisiana System (ULS) institution should follow the appropriate ULS track.

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AALT Criminal Justice:

All courses applied to the degree must be passed with a C or better. Developmental courses may not be applied to the degree.

Requirements for the AALT track are listed below. When more than one option for fulfilling a requirement is given, even if some of these options are listed as “recommended” or “electives,” students should select courses that are required for the major they intend to pursue at a university. Students transferring to a University of Louisiana System (ULS) institution should follow the appropriate ULS track.

AALT Humanities Concentration:

All courses applied to the degree must be passed with a C or better. Developmental courses may not be applied to the degree.

Requirements for the AALT track are listed below. When more than one option for fulfilling a requirement is given, even if some of these options are listed as “recommended” or “electives,” students should select courses that are required for the major they intend to pursue at a university. Students transferring to a University of Louisiana System (ULS) institution should follow the appropriate ULS track.

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AALT Social Sciences Concentration:

All courses applied to the degree must be passed with a C or better. Developmental courses may not be applied to the degree.

Requirements for the AALT track are listed below. When more than one option for fulfilling a requirement is given, even if some of these options are listed as “recommended” or “electives,” students should select courses that are required for the major they intend to pursue at a university. Students transferring to a University of Louisiana System (ULS) institution should follow the appropriate ULS track.

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Pathways

All Louisiana State Universities

The transfer associate degree is designed to provide students with an opportunity to complete the first 60 hours of work toward a baccalaureate degree at a two-year or community college. Students who successfully complete a designated transfer associate program are eligible to enter a four-year public university as a junior, with all 60 (non-developmental) credits transferring to the receiving university.

Universities include:

LSU

LSU Alexandria

LSU Eunice

LSU Shreveport