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UNO, SUNO join for engineering program

 

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The University of New Orleans and Southern University at New Orleans will collaborate on a program under which SUNO students can earn engineering degrees at UNO.

UNO President Peter J. Fos and SUNO Chancellor Victor Ukpolo said the faculties of the two universities will work together in executing the program.

Students who do not meet initial requirements of the UNO engineering program will be able to attend SUNO where they can earn the necessary prerequisites and then transfer to UNO to complete their degrees.

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