Transferring to another college or university doesn’t have to be overwhelming. With careful planning and using the people and resources available to help you, it can be a seamless experience.
Choosing the Right Degree for You
There are several types of degrees offered at Lake Superior College. The degree you complete will depend on where you are transferring to and what your major will be there.
Associate of Arts (AA)
This degree was designed to transfer into most liberal arts four-year majors. Some bachelor’s degree majors may require specific pre-major courses as part of the degree program.
- Liberal Arts and Science (AA)/ MN Transfer Curriculum
- Communication Studies Transfer Pathway
- Economics Transfer Pathway
- English Transfer Pathway
- History Transfer Pathway
- Mathematics Transfer Pathway
- Psychology Transfer Pathway
- Sociology Transfer Pathway
Associate of Fine Art (AFA)
An AFA is designed to transfer into most liberal arts fine arts degrees.
Associate of Science (AS)
This degree is for transfer into a specific four-year major and will likely require completing additional general education courses at a university.
- Biology Transfer Pathway
- Business and Technology
- Business Transfer Pathway
- Chemistry Transfer Pathway
- Computer Technology
- Engineering Technology
- Exercise Science Transfer Pathway
- Fire Science and Administration
- Health Sciences Broad Field
- Professional Nursing or LPN Track AS
- Radiologic Technology AS
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
This degree is meant to prepare students for a specific career and designed for students to enter the workforce.
Work carefully with your academic advisor to determine the best degree and major for your academic goals and transfer institution, and how to be strategic if you are still exploring.
Transfer guides can help students choose courses that will guide them to meet requirements for majors and degrees at their planned college or university. In addition to transfer guides, institutions may offer formal agreements, or articulation agreements, that are set to facilitate the transfer of your LSC coursework to a specific academic program to which you intend to transfer. If you don’t see an institution that you are interested in, please work with our advisors to help get you connected.
Minnesota State University – Mankato
Minnesota State University – Moorhead
Minnesota State University – Southwest
University of Minnesota – Duluth
- College of Education & Human Services Professions
- College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
- Labovitz School of Business and Economics
- Swenson College of Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota – Morris
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
University of Northwestern St. Paul
University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire
University of Wisconsin- Superior
University of Wisconsin – Stout
LSC offers opportunities for four-year institutions to visit and hold office hours in our Transfer Center. Be sure to visit our LSC Master Calendar to find out what institutions will be here!