Mohsen Amini Salehi of our School of Computing and Informatics has been awarded a three year grant with total fundin
Beginning in the Fall 2016 semester, South Louisiana Community College students will have an opportunity to obtain a bachelor’s degree in environmental science through a partnership between SLCC and UL Lafayette. The two higher education entities will work together to offer students a four-year pathway to obtain a bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences from the Ray P. Authement College of Sciences at UL Lafayette.
Students would complete 60 credit hours at SLCC, which could then be transferred to UL Lafayette, where they would complete another 60 credit hours for a total of 120 hours to fulfill the requirements for the bachelor of science degree. Students completing the 60 hours of study at SLCC would receive an associate of science degree in general studies with a concentration in science. Upon completion of the 60 hours of credit at UL Lafayette, students would receive a bachelor of science degree in environmental science. Students will be able to choose a concentration in environmental quality, soil and water or geographic information science.