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Louisiana Transfer Associate Degrees (AALT/ASLT)

The transfer associate degrees (the Associate of Arts Louisiana Transfer and the Associate of Science Louisiana Transfer) are offered by two-year or community colleges as an interim step toward the bachelor's degree. They allow students to complete the first 60 hours of college work toward a 4-year degree while attending a two-year or community college. These 60-hour degrees are designed to give students the foundation to succeed in the baccalaureate and to help them make wise choices about the majors that best fit their career plans. The transfer associate degrees can help students make the most of their first two years of college, especially if they are initially undecided on their major. Once the degree is earned (39 hours of general education courses and another 21 hours of more specific courses), that 60-hour block of courses will transfer to a Louisiana public university.

Assistant Director of Admissions for Special Populations
Dalton Ferrell
LSU Shreveport
Administration Building, Room 168
One University Place
Shreveport, Louisiana 71115
(318) 795-2443

Helpful Guides
Advisor's Guide to the Louisiana Transfer Associate Degree

Transfer Associate Degree Guarantee

Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements at LSU Shreveport

Two-Year to LSU Shreveport Advising Templates
To better assist students in a seamless transition from a two-year or community college and LSUS, advising templates for selected bachelor's degrees have been created with required LSUS courses. Students should consult the two-year or community college they are transferring from to ensure the appropriate courses are taken prior to transferring.


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