Dean's Message

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Southern University at New Orleans College of Business & Public Administration.

Business, Computer Technology and Public Administration are all dynamic and challenging fields which require great effort on the part of students looking to attain their goal.  Here at SUNO, we have developed programs and curricula that will provide you with the tools that you need to reach your goals. 

In addition to classroom knowledge, you will be given the opportunity to work with an engaged faculty who are invested not only in helping you achieve a diploma but in helping you to shape a lasting plan that will serve you throughout your life.  What SUNO offers that is unique among most universities are AACSB accredited programs, highly trained, committed, caring faculty, and class sizes that allows you to stand out as well as work collaboratively with your peers and instructors. 

If you are ready to be challenged by a rigorous curriculum then the SUNO College of Business & Public Administration can take you where you want to go.


Igwe Udeh
Alvin James Lawson Endowed Professor


Arlanda J. Williams (B'03, M'06) is the first woman to serve as chair of the Terrebonne Parish Council. She is also the youngest person ever elected president of the Louisiana Police Jury Association's Black Caucus.