Online Programs

 

General Studies Program

Bachelor of General Studies

 

Dr. Deneen Lewis

Director, General Studies Program


Email:
dlewis@suno.edu
Phone:
504-286-5412

By enrolling in the General Studies Program, students may pursue a Bachelor of General Studies Degree that consists of a non-science concentration in the following areas:

African American Studies

Humanities

Political Science

Business

Social Science

Students electing a concentration in any of these areas will complete a total of 120 credit hours; 30 credit hours in one of the concentration areas that will include a mix of basic and 300 and 400 upper-level courses.


 

Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science

 

Dr. Raymond Delaney

Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice


Email:
rdelaney@suno.edu
Phone:
504-286-5412

The Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice program is designed to provide students with a thorough knowledge of the nature and operation of the Criminal Justice System.

It includes courses in the following core areas as well as specialized electives: criminal justice and juvenile justice processes (law, crime, and administration of justice); criminology (the causes of crime, typologies, offenders, and victims); law enforcement (police organization, discretion, subculture, and legal constraints), law adjudication (criminal law, criminal procedure, prosecution, defense, court procedures and decision-making), as well as corrections (incarceration, community-based corrections, and treatment of offenders).

The program introduces concepts related to legal, legislative, and social processes and how they influence the criminal justice system. The program further addresses current methods in criminal justice processes and analyzes their strengths and weaknesses.


 

Museum Studies

Masters of Arts

 

Dr. Haitham Eid

Director/Assistant Professor Museum Studies


Email:
heid@suno.edu
Phone:
504-286-5010

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.

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