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College of Sciences

Through its seven departments, the College of Sciences offers baccalaureate degrees in the natural, physical and computational sciences, as well as several masters’ and Ph.D. programs. Core to all programs is classroom and laboratory instruction. Graduate and qualified undergraduate students may also participate in research experiences in the basic and applied sciences.

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Space Day 2014Starry Success: Space Day 2014

The University of New Orleans welcomed approximately 150 students from New Orleans area schools to campus to participate in Space Day 2014. The inaugural event was designed to introduce youngsters to the joys and challenges – and especially the important – of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

CEAS ProgramNew! Coastal Engineering and Sciences (CEAS) Program

The new Graduate Certificate in Coastal Sciences offers graduate students and professionals the opportunity to go beyond traditional curriculum and gain knowledge and competencies that meet growing workforce needs and global challenges of coastal restoration and water management. Courses begin in the spring 2015 semester and will be offered in the classroom and online.

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