Should You Transfer to a Four year Degree Program
Transfer Associate Degree
If your aim is to transfer to a four-year school, earning a Louisiana TransferAssociate degree is a great place to start. This degree offered at Louisianacommunity colleges includes the foundation courses needed for a four-yearprogram, and pursuing this degree can help students choose a major best suitedto their interests. Upon earning this degree, students will have completed thefirst 60 hours of college credit towards a four-year degree. Southeastern willrecognize the following Associates degrees: Associate of Science, Associate ofArts, or Associate of General Studies. Southeastern will not recognize anAssociate of Applied Science.Louisiana Transfer Associate Degrees (AALT/ASLT)
Transfer Course Guide
Southeastern uses the Louisiana Board of Regents Statewide Transfer Guide as abasis for determining general education course equivalencies. This transferguide includes most general education courses taught at public colleges anduniversities in Louisiana. Below are guides that show courses from 2-year and4-year schools and how these courses transfer to Southeastern.Louisiana Master Transfer Matrix: 2-year and 4-year Schools (2019-2020)
Should You Transfer to a Four-year Degree Program?
In many cases, students can finish a bachelor’s program in just two yearsafter earning an associate degree. Students should discuss this possibilitywith their academic advisor. Many colleges hold transfer agreements withnearby universities, although some schools may not accept any or all of astudent’s associate degree credits, particularly if their degree is notproperly accredited.
ASSOCIATE OF GENERAL STUDIES DEGREE (A.G.S.) – TRANSFER DEGREE
The Associate of General Studies Degree is designed to provide flexibility tostudents whose needs cannot be met by an existing degree. This programincludes both fully transferrable courses as well as individual courses whichmay fulfill requirements for transfer toward a baccalaureate degree, directemployment, or educational enrichment. Students select an area ofconcentration based upon their interests: Pre-Allied Health, FineArts/Performing Arts, Humanities/Social Sciences, Math/Science, and ComputerTechnologies.Find out more about ANC’s Associate of General Studies Degree!
Associate Degree for Transfer Scholarship
Transfer students who have recently earned their California Community College(Associate degrees that use the CSU Breadth or IGETC patterns as generaleducation for degree completion) Transferable Associate of Arts (AA),Transferable Associate of Science (AS), or Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)are eligible for National University’s CCC-ADT Transfer Scholarship. Throughthis scholarship, students can complete a bachelor’s degree in 90 quarterunits or less and pay just $7,000 per year* for tuition. Transfer students whohave recently earned a transferable associate degree from a Californiacommunity college are also eligible for this transfer pricing. Contact anadmissions advisor to learn more about the scholarship.View our full list of transfer-friendly bachelor’s programs and read throughour FAQ’s for more information.*Assumes eight courses per year at $880 per course (max 20 courses)
Transfer to Success Scholarship
Qualified California or Nevada community college students, or students fromanother approved out-of-state community college transferring to NationalUniversity are eligible for the Transfer to Success Scholarship – an award ofup to $5,000. Learn more about the Transfer to Success Scholarship.Multidisciplinary Studies – AAT to BS – TechTeach – Texas Tech University(TTU) 2017-2018
Associate Degree Transfer Scholarship
Students must meet all of the following: * Associate Degree * 3.0 cumulative GPA * Regular admission to the University * U.S. Citizenship
What is the Transfer Associate Degree?
The Associate of Arts/Louisiana Transfer or Associate of Science/LouisianaTransfer are degrees offered by two-year or community colleges as an interimstep to the bachelor’s degree. They allow you to complete the first 60 hoursof college work toward a 4-year degree while you attend the two-year orcommunity college. The degrees are designed to give you the foundation tosucceed in the baccalaureate and to help you make wise choices about themajors that are best for you.
What grades must I make to earn the Transfer Degree?
You must earn a “C” or higher in each course that applies to the degree. Ifyou earn less than a “C” in any course, you must either retake that course orearn at least a “C” in an equivalent (replacement) course. Only the “C” (orhigher) grades are guaranteed to transfer with the degree.
Does it really guarantee that I can transfer from a community college to a
four-year university in Louisiana without losing credits?Yes. When you earn either a transfer Associate of Arts (AA) or transferAssociate of Science (AS) degree, you can be assured that your 60 course hourswill transfer for credit. Four-year university faculty have participated inthe process of identifying General Education courses that will transfer as ablock. Also, remember that in addition to earning the transfer degree, youmust satisfy the university-specific admission requirements and know whatcourses will actually apply to your major when you transfer. Please talk witha college advisor as soon as possible to chart your course work.
As I’m planning for my Transfer Degree, where can I find the university-
specific requirements I would have to meet to qualify for admission?Grambling State University http://www.gram.edu/admissionsLSU (Baton Rouge) http://www.lsu.edu/paurecLSU-Alexandria http://admissions.lsua.eduLSU-Shreveport http://www.lsus.edu/admissionsLouisiana Tech University http://www.latech.edu/admissionsMcNeese State University http://www.mcneese.edu/admissionsNicholls State University http://www.nicholls.edu/admissionNorthwestern State University http://admissions.nsula.eduSoutheastern Louisiana University http://www.selu.edu/admin/admissionsSouthern University (Baton Rouge) http://web.subr.edu/index.php?id=84Southern University (New Orleans) http://www.suno.edu/Future_StudentsUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette http://admissions.louisiana.edu/basicsUniversity of Louisiana at Monroe http://www.ulm.edu/prospectivestudentsUniversity of New Orleans http://admissions.uno.edu
Louisiana Transfer Associate Degrees (AALT/ASLT)
The Associate of Science Louisiana Transfer degree (ASLT) and the Associate ofArts Louisiana Transfer degree (AALT) are specifically designed for studentswho wish to start at a Louisiana community college, earn an associate degreeand then “block transfer” that degree to a 4-year university for the purposeof obtaining a bachelor’s degree. Students who possess a Louisiana Transferassociate degree are automatically admissible to Louisiana Tech University.Students should consult with an advisor at the community college from whichthey plan to transfer to Louisiana Tech University. An advisor can helpidentify which courses are equivalent to the courses on the advising templatesbelow. Other helpful resources include the Board of Regents TransferEquivalency Guide and the listing of General Education required courses(linked above on this page).