GRAMBLING, LA—An agreement signed on Nov. 18 by Grambling State University (GSU) and Southern University at Shreveport (SUSLA) will ensure a smooth transition between the Shreveport institution?s criminal justice administration associate’s degree program and GSU?s bachelor?s program.
The articulation agreement allows students who complete SUSLA?s associate degree the opportunity to earn the GSU bachelor’s degree in criminal justice after completing just 56 hours.
As natural partners with like missions and roles, university officials agree that partnerships between the two have existed in the past, but now is the time to formalize the collaboration to demonstrate efficiency. The two universities have already begun discussions on agreements for mass communications and science programs.
This agreement marks the third such agreement signed between Grambling State University and community colleges and universities in the region.
Persons who are interested in more detailed information on the agreement may contact Dr. Connie Walton, interim provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, Grambling State University, at 318-274-6141.
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