The Associate of Arts, Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degree is designed to give students maximum flexibility in preparing to transfer to any of Oregon's public four-year universities. The AAOT requires that students take about 63 credits of general education, and about 27 credits of elective coursework, to equal a 90-credit degree. The catalog contains specific degree requirements.
The key to successfully transferring with an AAOT is high-quality advising. When you earn an AAOT, you will have met the lower-division general education requirements at any Oregon four-year public institution and you will have junior status for registration purposes. However, you may find yourself behind in your major after transferring if you did not select the right mix of elective and general education classes in your AAOT degree coursework. See your assigned advisor as soon as possible to keep yourself on-track for successful completion of your Bachelor degree!
A number of programs at LBCC have prepared advising guides for AAOT students who wish to pursue a program at a specific four-year institution. If you do not find a printable guide on the program website, simply ask your advisor to work on an educational plan tailored to your goals. Here are the specific subjects that students can concentrate on while completing an AAOT:
Arts & Humanities
Business & Computer Science
Sciences, Math, & Engineering