Colleges and Schools

Academic Organization

The undergraduate academic programs are provided through the College of Education & Human Development, the College of Business & Public Administration and the School of Social Work. 

Arts & Sciences

Learn more about the College of Arts and Sciences and the exceptional faculty, cutting-edge research, notable scholarship, and world-class brilliant students that make us a vibrant, significant component of SUNO ...Read More

  • Arts & Humanities

      Arts and Humanities houses English, Fine Arts, Geography, History, African-American Studies, Philosophy, Music, Spanish and Communication.

  • General Studies

      Offers a unique degree that provides students flexibility to customize their degrees in an academic program by selecting areas of concentration and minors that combine basic skills with specific areas of study.

  • Health Information Management Systems

      Dedicated to the creation, transmission, and application of knowledge relating to health information management.

  • Museum Studies

      A rigorous course of learning in Museology, the branch of knowledge dedicated to the study of the theories, procedures and managerial concepts of museums.

  • Natural Sciences

      Consists of six units, namely Biology, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Mathematics, Physics and SUNO-UNO Dual Engineering.

  • Social Sciences

      Consists of Criminal Justice, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Addictive Behaviors Counseling and Prevention.


Business & Public Administration

Equips students with cutting-edge knowledge, professional and research skills, and ethical decision-making abilities essential for successful careers in business, industry, education, government, and for further studies at graduate and professional levels. ...Read More

  • Business Administration

      Provides students with solid training in management education.

  • Computer Information Systems

      Provides a degree that equips students with knowledge and skills essential for careers in business and government, or for pursuing further studies.

  • Public Administration

      Students receive a general foundation in the nature of the public workplace and its administrative, political and legal environments.


Education & Human Development

Prepares effective and reflective professional educators who think critically and analytically, and who are transformative practitioners and learner advocates for children functioning in global environments. ...Read More

  • Teacher Education

      The Early Childhood Education Program prepares professionals who primarily work in the public systems’ Kindergarten through 3rd grade (PreK-3).

      The Elementary Education Program prepares candidates to teach in Grades 1-5 classrooms.

  • Child Development & Family Studies

      Prepares students to function in a variety of occupations promoting family life, and family/community development.


Social Work

The School of Social Work at SUNO is located in a culturally diverse city which serves as an incubator for our students. ...Read More

  • Prepares students to recognize and address the inequities in social justice and human rights for all, but more importantly, for persons who are disenfranchised.



SUNO will launch a Doctor of Social Work program in Fall 2016. Information will be available in December and applications will be available in January 2016.