CLC announces transfer pathways in science fields
Central Lakes College announces the addition of two new transfer pathway degrees in biology and chemistry, both available in the fall.
Transfer pathway degrees are created by teams of educators from the Minnesota State system and allow students to earn associate in arts degrees at Central Lakes College and then transfer to any Minnesota State university to earn a bachelor’s degree in four years. Students who complete transfer pathway degrees will be guaranteed junior status upon admission to a university and can complete their degree in an additional 60 credits. Students must still meet any special admission requirements for the major.
“Central Lakes College is delighted to add two new transfer pathway degrees to our four existing transfer pathways,” stated Martha Kuehn, CLC’s dean of liberal arts and sciences, in a news release. “Starting this fall, students can earn an A.S. in biology or an A.S. in chemistry that will transfer seamlessly to Minnesota State universities.”
These two new transfer pathways will join CLC’s existing transfer pathways of psychology, sociology, economics and exercise science. Additional transfer pathway degrees will be announced in the near future.