Degrees and Programs

Lamar State College Orange offers Associate of Arts (AA) degrees, Associate of Science (AS) degrees, Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees, Certificates of Completion, and Institutional Awards in a variety of career related fields. Each of LSCO’s instructional programs falls in at least one of six designated pathways.


Students in Classroom


Liberal Arts



Business Meeting


Business Management


Dental Assisting

Emergency Medical Services

Massage Therapy


Pharmacy Technology

Welding Student

Industrial Systems


Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Maintenance, or "Mechatronics"


Commercial Truck Driving

Police Officer

Court Reporting

Criminal Justice

Emergency Medical Services


Network Technician

Computer Information Systems

Computer Science

Information Technology



Note: Criminal history MAY disqualify individuals from obtaining or maintaining licenses, certifications, and/or employment. LSCO awards some certificates and degrees in which a criminal history may disqualify candidates from becoming licensed, certified, and/or employed upon degree/certificate completion. Students with a criminal background enrolling in courses leading to a degree/certificate in criminal justice, Emergency Medical Technology (EMT), Medical Assistant, Vocational Nursing (VN), Registered Nursing, Pharmacy Technology, and Teaching (AAT) program are strongly encouraged to discuss the certification and/or licensing regulations of the program with the program director or dean to learn more about the current guidelines related to criminal history as well as the right of individuals to request a criminal history evaluation letter.


Completely Online Degrees

Academic Divisions

Health, Workforce, and Technical Studies

Academic Studies

Education & Mathematics

Core Curriculum

Dual Credit

Dual Credit classes at Lamar State College Orange provide qualified high school students the opportunity to enroll in college courses and earn college credit while attending high school.

Dual Credit

Community and Workforce Education

The Community and Workforce Education department at Lamar State College Orange provides non-credit student learning opportunities for the community.

Community and Workforce Education

Distance Education

Distance Education

Additional Resources

Academic Policies and Procedures