Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degrees

The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) two-year degree, generally offered without a designated major, is designed to satisfy the lower division general education requirements at Oregon's public university and is intended for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university and pursue a baccalaureate program. LBCC students who have earned an AAOT will have met the lower division transfer requirements of baccalaureate degree programs of any Oregon four-year public university and will be eligible for junior standing for the purposes of registration.

The AAOT is recognized at each Oregon four-year public university as meeting institutional lower division general education requirements but school, department, or major requirements with regard to program courses or GPA may not be satisfied. LBCC students should work with an advisor to align coursework with the their intended program of study and degree requirements of the institution to which the student plans to transfer. For information on advised sequencing of courses for a particular concentration, visit the program webpage to see if a program map is available.

For purposes of the Oregon state AAOT degree, no student with a disability shall be denied the degree or the benefits flowing there from with respect to admission and matriculation at a four-year public university because the student has been granted an academic adjustment or program modification in any course required for the AAOT degree. This provision includes course substitutions when granted as a disability accommodation in the manner prescribed by the student’s community college. This provision may not necessarily apply to major specific course requirements or prerequisites.