Museum Studies

Cultural Heritage and Social Change Summit (2016), hosted by the M.A. Museum Studies Program and co-chaired by Dr. Haitham Eid.

The Master of Arts in Museum Studies is the only program of its kind in the State of Louisiana.

The program can be completed entirely online or on campus. Students matriculating in the program will undertake a rigorous course of learning in Museology, the branch of knowledge dedicated to the study of the theories, procedures, and managerial concepts of museums: institutions for the acquisition, preservation, study and exhibition of works of artistic, historical or scientific value.

Practical application of course work is achieved through internships with local, regional and national museums, which serve as extended classrooms. Students will examine options for employment, which will prepare graduates of the program to pursue careers in a variety of local, regional and national museums, campus museums, private galleries and historical associations.


Dr. Haitham Eid
Director/Assistant Professor
Lake Campus Multipurpose Complex, Room 309

Hollis, Sara 
Professor, Museum Studies 
LCMC 310 


Meyers, Sylvia 
Administrative Assistant 
LCMC 311 


From 2006 to 2010, the New Orleans Police Department was led by two SUNO graduates -- Warren J. Riley (B'98, M'00) and Marlon Defillo (B'92, M'00).