UL Lafayette and SLCC Agreement Means 2 Degrees in 4 years for IT Students

Acadiana students have a new pathway to an education in computer science thanks to a new articulation agreement between local schools.

A "2+2" articulation agreement signed Tuesday connects South Louisiana Community College’s application software development program and University of Louisiana at Lafayette's informatics program.

So students can complete an Associate of Applied Science in application software development at SLCC and transfer to UL to complete a Bachelor of Science in informatics — all in four years. The first two years are spent on courses at the community college and the last two at the university.



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