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At the Tulane School of Professional Advancement, we know that finding the right place to continue your education is a huge decision. Our transfer agreement with Delgado Community College gives Delgado graduates an opportunity to seamlessly transfer and earn a Tulane bachelor’s degree in nine high-demand fields.

Delgado students who complete associate of arts Louisiana Transfer degrees (AALT) in business, criminal justice, humanities, and social sciences, and associate of sciences Louisiana Transfer degrees (ASLT) in physical sciences and biological sciences, may transfer up to 60 credit hours toward a degree in information technology, exercise science, general legal studies, digital design, public relations, health and wellness, homeland security studies, humanities or social sciences.


SoPA’s academic programs are directly relevant to your career aspirations. Our classes are taught by industry-leading experts, most of whom are working professionals themselves, providing you with real-life experience in the career you're seeking. Explore the programs eligible for Delgado transfer students.

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  • This opportunity is available to individuals who have met the graduation requirements of Delgado Community College, and have met undergraduate admission requirements for the Tulane School of Professional Advancement.
  • SoPA bachelor’s degrees require 120 credit hours, of which a maximum of 60 credit hours may be transferred from Delgado Community College.
  • Transfer students may be required to complete more than 60 credits to earn a SoPA degree.


Transfer Guide

This guide lists all transferable Delgado Community College courses and their Tulane SoPA course equivalents. The course equivalents included in this guide apply only to students transferring to SoPA and seeking SoPA majors. Students seeking to transfer to SoPA and declare a major in an area that SoPA does not offer must have their coursework evaluated by that major’s department.


Start your Application

Your first step in the transfer process is to start an application for admission to SoPA and request official transcripts from all of your previous colleges and universities.

Request that your previous institutions forward electronic transcripts to If electronic transcripts are not available, official transcripts in unopened envelopes from the institution may be mailed to:
SoPA Admissions
800 E. Commerce Rd.
Suite 100
Harahan, LA 70123

Once you have been accepted and we receive your transcripts, academic advisor will work with you to determine your transferable credits. In order to transfer course credit, you must have earned at least a C in the course and Tulane SoPA must offer a course comparable to the one you want to transfer. Courses transferred from other institutions are never figured into the grade point average. Tulane SoPA accepts a maximum of 60 hours of transfer credits toward a bachelor’s degree. Grades from transferred courses will not factor into your into SoPA grade point average.