Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) has been awarded nearly $ 3.4 million dollars for the 2015-2016 grant year to continue implementation of its Title III Programs. Title III Programs, funded by the U.S. Department of Education and under the direction of Dr. Brenda Jackson, is the largest, university-wide federal program on SUNO’s campus. The […]
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Master of Arts: Museum Studies School of Graduate Studies The Master of Arts in Museum Studies prepares students with both academic and practical applications of Museology which will allow them to pursue careers in a variety of local, regional and national museums, campus museums, private galleries and historical associations.
Bachelor of General Studies (Humanities Concentration) College of Arts and Sciences The Bachelor of General Studies degree program allows students input designing an academic program that fits their individual career plans and interests.
Bachelor of General Studies (Humanities Concentration) College of Arts and Sciences The Bachelor of General Studies degree program allows students input designing an academic program that fits their individual career plans and interests. Master of Arts: Museum Studies School of Graduate Studies The Master of Arts in Museum Studies prepares students with both […]
SUNO Online is the host for Southern University at New Orleans’ online degree programs. By utilizing SUNO Online, you can have complete access to SUNO faculty and resources no matter where you are. Degree Programs What It Costs Student Resources All Online Programs Tuition Student Services Online Undergraduate Programs Scholarship Opportunities Calendar Online Graduate Programs […]
Wesley T. Bishop Coordinator Park Campus Administration 202 (504) 286-5325 The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. TRIO includes seven programs targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic […]
You may visit the following academic departments to view their programs and minor requirements by clicking on the following links: African American Studies Business Humanities Political Science Social Science For a copy of the Southern University at New Orleans 2008-10 Catalog, contact the Office of Admissions at (504) 286-5314 or, visit the […]
Dr. David S. Adegboye, Director The purpose of the Achievement of Accreditation of Institutional Degree Programs component is to ensure a basic level of educational quality for SUNO’s academic programs. Supplemental funding provided by Title III assists the university with attaining professional accreditation in its degree programs. Southern University System Policy Number 03:03 mandates that […]
Southern University at New Orleans has an existing 2+2 agreement with Delgado Community College in three academic programs: B.S. Biology, B.S. Mathematics, and B.S. Criminal Justice. Through the agreement, graduates with associate’s degrees are able to seamlessly transition into their junior years at SUNO. The courses required to transition into a baccalaureate […]