If you're thinking about starting your four-year education at LSUE, you're making a smart choice! You can save thousands of dollars on your education while taking classes that can transfer to another college or university. More and more students are discovering the best place to begin a bachelor's degree is at 2 year institution. LSUE offers specially designed transfer degrees, over 100 majors, and a variety of flexible options to give you the best foundation for your eduational goals.
LSUE students transfer to a number of in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities, including public and private schools. Students are highly encouraged to meet with an advisor from both LSUE and their intended university to ensure efficiency and course relevance for any particular program and degree.
There are many ways to transfer to a four-year university via LSUE so be sure to contact the Office of the Registrar to help navigate the possibilities!
LSUE offers specialized degrees designed specifically for students wishing to transfer to a 4 year university. The Associate of Arts Louisiana Transfer and Associate of Science Louisiana Transfer allows students to complete the first 60 hours of coursework toward their bachelor's degree while earning your associate degree along the way.
LSUE offers over 100 majors for students who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university. Transfer majors are available in most academic areas. Take just a few classes to get started or even complete an associate degree at LSUE first and then transfer to another institution to finish your bachelor’s degree.
LSUE partners with other universities to allow students to complete a bachelor's degree while on LSUE's campus. Through these programs, the partner school grants the bachelor's degree to the student at LSUE.
Reverse transfer is the awarding of degrees to former students who complete the rest of the courses for their associates degrees at 4-year institutions.
Many students choose to transfer to a 4-year university before they fully complete their associates degrees. However, many of these students are only missing a course or two, and they usually take these courses in their sophomore or junior years.
Need help with your transfer program? Contact the Office of the Registrar and we can assist you with any questions you may have.