Beginning the process: the partner universities offer the junior and seniorlevel courses for bachelor degree programs through LSC-University Center. Students who have already earned an associate's degree or have a substantial number of college academic credit hours should contact the Student Services Office at LSC-UC (936.273.7500 or 936.321.4500 -- hours) for advising and to begin the transfer admission process for the university offering the degree program they desire to pursue.
Preparing to tranfer: students needing freshman and sophomore level courses begin their journey to LSC-University Center at the nearest Lone Star College System (LSCS) campus (locations map), including students who have never attended college. Counselors at North Harris, Kingwood, Tomball, Cyfair and Montgomery Colleges will help students begin or continue their college careers by creating a personal degree plan aligning course work with any LSC-University Center major area of study. Advisors in the LSC-University Center Student Services Office also provide guidance for these students.
Transfer Course Work: a series of articulation agreements between Lone Star College System and the partner universities have been developed especially for the programs offered through LSC-UC. These agreements establish the course and program requirements for students who begin their undergraduate program at one of the Lone Star College System campuses to complete through LSC-University Center. All of the system colleges and LSC-UC have copies of these agreements.
Master's and Professional Degrees (Graduate Programs)
• courses listed alphabetically by subject / program area
• courses listed by offering university
Beginning the Process: students who have earned an approved bachelor's degree are ready pursue a master's or post-baccalaureate professional degree should contact the Student Services Office at LSC-UC (936.273.7500 or 936.321.4500 -- hours) for general program information.
Obtaining Specific Program Information: since master's programs usually have specific requirements that vary individually across programs, the staff members of the Student Services Office at LSC-UC can also provide contact information for the partner university's program advisor. Inquiring students are encouraged to carefully review the university catalog regarding the program and speak directly with an advisor at the home university about requirements based on their unique educational background. For some students, master's programs may require prerequisite course work be completed at the undergraduate level. The contact person at the university giving the program can provide you with more information.