Central Louisiana Technical Community College

Meredith Clark Rennier
Director of Student Affairs and Services
318-487-5443 x1129
[email protected]

 

Mission

CLTCC is a comprehensive public two-year community college that provides academic, occupational and specialized training leading to industry-based certifications, technical certificates, technical diplomas, and associate degrees. CLTCC also responds to the needs of the community by providing personalized enrichment for individuals and customized adult education for educationally disadvantaged populations. Using innovative educational strategies, the college creates a skilled workforce and prepares individuals for advanced educational opportunities.

Vision

CLTCC aspires to produce knowledgeable, skilled, and confident citizens to contribute to the sustainability of the local, state, and national economy through effective academic and technical education skills. The college will increase its offerings of rapid, flexible, and innovative training and instruction to address changing workforce needs. CLTCC strives to increase community awareness of the educational opportunities offered and the importance of educational resources available through community outreach. CLTCC endeavors to increase access for students, develop cooperatives with local business and industry, and improve the effectiveness and accountability of leadership via integrated operations.

Institution Recommended Courses

The Louisiana Technical and Community Colleges System (LCTCS), Central Louisiana Technical Community College, and Saylor Academy have partnered to offer transfer credit opportunities for CLTCC students. To earn credit, select a Saylor Academy course from the below list, study the course at your own pace, and take the Direct Credit Exam. To learn more about earning credit, please see our Credit Page here http://www.tomkohlmusic.com/credit/

 

Saylor Course ????? ACE Central Louisiana Technical College Equivalent Course Name Credits Available
BIO101: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology SAYA-0019 BIOL 1010 General Biology I 3
BUS101: Introduction to Business SAYA-0020 BUSI 1030 Introduction to Business 3
BUS103: Introduction to Financial Accounting SAYA-0021 ACCT 2100 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
BUS105: Managerial Accounting SAYA-0009 ACCT 2110 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3
BUS204: Business Statistics MATH 2100 Introductory Statistics 3
BUS205: Business Law SAYA-0024 BUSI 1000 Business Law 3
BUS210: Corporate Communication SAYA-0027 BUSE 1045 Business Communication 3
BUS402 Project Management INCT 1250 Project Management 3
CHEM101: General Chemistry I SAYA-0028 CHEM 1010 Introductory Chemistry I 3
CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I INTE 1210 Introduction to Programming 3
CS102: Introduction to Computer Science II SAYA-0015 INTE 1210 Introduction to Programming 3
CS402: Computer Communications and Networks SAYA-0016 INCT 2122 Introduction to Basic Routers AND??ETRN 2727 Basic Networking 8
ECON101: Principles of Microeconomics SAYA-0005 ECON 2020 Microeconomics 3
ECON102: Principles of Macroeconomics SAYA-0006 ECON 2010 Macroeconomics 3
MA001: College Algebra MATH 1100 College Algebra 3
MA005: Calculus I SAYA-0025 ELEC XXXX Math Elective 3
MA121: Introduction to Statistics SAYA-0032 MATH 2100 Introductory Statistics 3
PSYCH101: Introduction to Psychology SAYA-0007 PSYC 2010 Introduction to Psychology 3
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology SAYA-0008 SOCL 2010 Introduction to Sociology 3

 

Transfer Students

Transfer students are students who have been enrolled at a college or university prior to applying to CLTCC after high school graduation. Please note that if you have attended CLTCC in the past but left and attended another college, and you are coming back to CLTCC, you are considered a transfer student.