Track 2: Louisiana Transfer Degree

The Associate of Arts Louisiana Transfer (A.A.L.T.) degree program facilitates transfer from community colleges to related baccalaureate degree programs at public universities in Louisiana. The A.A.L.T. degree program provides rigorous general education coursework coupled with related preparatory instruction in pre-defined, discipline-specific tracks to allow seamless transition from associate degree to baccalaureate degree with maximum credits awarded. General education courses will transfer as a total block, rather than by individual course review.white female student on a computer leaning against a room wall

The Transfer Degree Guarantee (TDG) refers to a guaranteed and easy transfer for students from a 2-year community college to a public university in Louisiana. Students may complete either an Associate of Arts (A.A.L.T.) or Associate of Science (A.S.L.T.) degree, depending on their interests and aspirations for further study and a bachelor’s degree. Students are responsible for choosing courses that will maximize preparation for their intended university major, so it is important for students to meet with an academic advisor when designing their degree program.

Choose from two concentrations in the EWT Track 2: Business and Criminal Justice. (Other concentrations are available during the day and online.) Each concentration allows for customization based on your area of interest; meet with your academic advisor to make a degree plan, as each student’s track will differ. For more information visit the Louisiana Transfer Degree page


First Semester—Fall 2022

  • BUSG 129 - Introduction to Business
  • BUSG 224 - Business Computer Applications
  • ENGL 101 - English Composition I OR
  • ENGL 110 - Intensive English Composition I
  • MATH 120 - Contemporary Math OR
  • MATH 128 - Applied Algebra OR
  • MATH 130 - College Algebra OR
  • MATH 133 - Intensive College Algebra

Second Semester—Spring 2023

  • ACCT 202 - Principles of Accounting II
  • ACCT 218 - Payroll
  • ACCT 222 - Computerized Accounting Using QuickBooks
  • BUSG 240 - Business Communications
  • ENGL 102 - English Composition II