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Associate of General Studies

Total Credit Hours
60

Cost Per Credit Hour
$197

Fulfill Cultural or Vocational Objectives with Two Years of College Coursework.

LSU Eunice

Advance your skill set with an Associate of General Studies degree from LSUE Online in as few as two years. The AGS offers a focused curriculum with subjects such as liberal arts, or business to develop for a number of in-demand careers. Or, pursue your goal of further studying for a baccalaureate degree. Whether you are looking to strengthen your career knowledge or pursue a baccalaureate degree, the curriculum of the online AGS program is ideal for students who wish to fulfill cultural or vocational objectives with two years of college coursework.

Join the family of LSU campuses, offering nationally-ranked programs from campuses in Alexandria, Eunice and Shreveport, as well as the state flagship institution in Baton Rouge.

Total Credit Hours
60

Cost Per Credit Hour
$197

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Earn a degree on your time.

Earning the online Associate of General Studies Transfer Degree allows students to complete their coursework while balancing work, family, and other responsibilities.

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Continuous support.

Throughout your entire academic journey, a personal Leaner Concierge will be available to answer questions and offer encouragement.

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Get a jump start.

The Associate of General Studies Degree is ideal if your goal is to continue studying for a baccalaureate degree.


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Cost

Total credit hours per program: 60 credit hours

Cost per credit hour: $197.10

Total cost with fees (In-State): $11,826

Total cost with fees Out of State): $25,236

Course Listings
  • ENGL1001 - English Composition I | Credit hours: 3
  • ENGL1002 - English Composition II | Credit hours: 3
  • MATH1015 - Applied College Algebra | Credit hours: 3
  • BIOL1001 - General Biology I | Credit hours: 3
  • ENVS1126 - Introduction to Environmental Sciences | Credit hours: 3
  • HIST1001 - History of Western Civilization to 1500 | Credit hours: 3
  • ENG2020 - Survey of English Literature to 1798 | Credit hours: 3
  • CMST1061 - Fundamentals of Communication Studies | Credit hours: 3
  • MUS1751 - Music Appreciation | Credit hours: 3
  • SOCL2001 - Introduction to Sociology | Credit hours: 3
  • PSYC2000 - Introduction to Psychology | Credit hours: 3
  • GEOG1001 - Human Geography: World Regional Geography | Credit hours: 3
Degree & Admission Requirements

For admission requirements, please visit LSUE's Admission Portal

For program completion, students must meet the following requirements:

  • A minimum of six semester hours of General Education English composition, including ENGL 1002.
  • A minimum of six semester hours of math/analytical reasoning, three hours of which must be General Education math, beginning at a level no lower than college algebra.
  • A minimum of six semester hours in a General Education natural science is required.
  • A minimum of twelve semester hours in the Humanities and Fine Arts to include three hours in communication studies. The other three semester hours may come from General Education Arts, Music, or Theater.
  • A minimum of nine semester hours (six hours must be General Education, from which at least three hours must be at or above the sophomore level) in the Social Sciences is required which may include courses in Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Mass Communication, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. Additionally, select courses in Education or Health and Physical Recreation Education or Health and Physical Recreation Education may also satisfy this requirement. The following EDCI and HPRE courses can be used to satisfy the Social Science requirement: EDCI 1000, EDCI 2020, EDCI 2025, EDCI 2027, EDCI 2028, EDCI 2052, EDCI 2058, EDCI 2700, and HPRE 1600.
  • A minimum of 12 hours must earned in an area of concentration which may be multidisciplinary (no more than 24 hours in one subject will be counted for degree credit).
  • The remaining hours (a maximum of nine semester hours) are electives and may be taken from the discipline areas list below:
    • Humanities / Fine Arts: Art, communication Studies, English, Foreign Language, History, Mass Communication, Music, Philosophy, Theater
    • Social Science: Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology
    • Natural Sciences/Mathematics: Agronomy, Animal Science, Agriculture, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Dairy Science, Environmental Studies, Horticulture, Mathematics, Microbiology, Nutrition, Physical Science, Physics, Poultry Science, Zoology

In addition, to the above discipline areas, students may take elective courses in business, criminal justice, nursing, fire science, education, agriculture, etc.

The student must also meet the general degree requirements for all associate degree programs as listed in the LSU Eunice Catalog.

Why choose LSU?

The passion and excellence that LSU stands for have earned the school a coveted "Tier One" spot in U.S. News & World Report's “Best Colleges.” As the state’s flagship university, LSU has been preparing students for rewarding careers for nearly 150 years. Today, LSU is equally proud of its strides to make education more accessible through innovative online degree programs that are every bit as rigorous as its on-campus programs

Through the dedication of an exceptional faculty and staff, LSU is one of only 30 universities in the United States designated as a land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant institution. In addition, LSU is the only public top-tier university—and the only university in Louisiana—to receive the honor of being placed in the "very high research activity" category by the Carnegie Foundation.

The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. The disclosure for the Associate of General Studies can be found here.