The faculty and staff of SUSLA uphold the highest standards of excellence in education, many with national and international reputations for their teaching, scholarship, and service, and significant stature in their disciplines and professions.
Division of Allied Health Sciences and Nursing
Allied Health Sciences
Southern University at Shreveport Division of Allied Health can be the perfect place for you to prepare for a new career in the allied health field. Refer to Allied Health Sciences for more information.
The School of Nursing offers a variety of choices for students looking to enter the health care arena. Our nursing career ladder (Nursing Assistant, Practical Nurse, and Registered Nurse) allows us to meet students where they are and guide them to their fullest potential. Refer to the School of Nursing for more information.
Division of Business, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (BSTEM)
The Division of Business Studies, a division of the Office of Behavioral Sciences, Education, and Business Studies, has the mission of preparing students with skills necessary to function effectively in the economic marketplace and to offer courses vital to the community. Refer to the the Division of Business Studies for more information.
Science & Technology
The Division of Science and Technology, a division of the Office of Sciences and Liberal Arts, offers the Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Science, Associate of General Studies degree programs as well as Certificate programs in various fields. More information here.
Division of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education
In alignment with SUSLA’s mission statement, the Division of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Education (AHSSE) provides a comprehensive education in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences, and education, which lead to opportunities for teaching, service, workforce development and life-long learning. More information here.
The Division of Academic Outreach Programs is comprised of two departments: Early Start (Dual Enrollment) and Off-Campus Enrollment More information here.