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Political Science Department
College of Liberal Arts
(COLA)

256 Milneburg Hall
2000 Lakeshore Drive
New Orleans, LA 70148

Phone: (504) 280-6383
Fax (504) 280-3838

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Undergraduate Major Information

The University of New Orleans assures equal opportunity for all qualified persons without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, marital status, or veteran’s status in admission to participation in, or employment in the programs and activities of the university.

Degree Requirements, Four-Year Plan of Study, Student Learning Outcomes

Degree Requirements PDF | Four-Year Plan of Study PDF

Introduction

New OrleansThe University of New Orleans, a publicly supported institution of higher education, is the comprehensive urban university of the University of Louisiana system. It is situated on a 300-acre site on the southern shore of Lake Pontchartrain.

. The Department of Political Science offers a comprehensive program leading to a bachelor degree, with an optional concentration in Pre-Law. The department is composed of 8 full-time faculty members. Information about each is provided on this website.

 

Facilities & Special Programs

University LibraryEarl K. Long University
UNO’S Earl K. Long Library has a collection of scholarly and professional books and periodicals totaling one million volumes. Approximately one-third of the volumes are available on microfiche, with appropriate readers and reader printers for the various forms of micro text. All are available to students for study and research. The number of serial titles included in the library’s holdings is over 12,000, of which 5,300 are on current subscription. The library has current subscriptions of virtually every journal of interest to political scientists. It subscribes to JSTOR and Academic Universe, among many other services. Special collections are being developed on Western Europe, urban affairs, public administration, and several areas of American politics. The Department of Archives and Manuscripts is a vital research resource, primarily in the social sciences and humanities. The UNO library is a depository of U.S. Government, Louisiana Supreme Court, and European Union documents. http://library.uno.edu/

Computer Facilities
Computer facilities include the University’s Computer Research Center as well as the Survey Research Center, which has 16 networked workstations and a laser printer, is located in Milneburg Hall Room 262. The computers in the lab are equipped with SPSS, STATA, and Microsoft Office and other software applications. The Lab also has Internet access.

The University of New Orleans is a member of the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research. An extensive local archive of data is available for faculty and student use.

For a list of courses offered by the Department of Political Science, click here.

 

 

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