Grambling State University has outstanding undergraduate and graduate degree programs that prepare our students to succeed in their chosen fields. Our grads excel in a wide variety of professions; many of them continue to graduate and post-graduate work at Grambling and other top universities throughout the country.
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Grambling State University is a constituent member of the University of Louisiana System (ULS), and is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Our instructional programs are delivered through four colleges—Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, and Professional Studies—and our School of Graduate Studies and Research. These colleges and schools provide instruction in 64 fields of study.
Grambling was the first in the nation to offer a doctoral program in developmental education. Today the program is considered one of the best.
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Majors & Programs
Grambling State University offers degrees in the following areas ...(more)
To be awarded a bachelor’s degree from Grambling State University, a student must ... (more)
Faculty & Teaching Load
Grambling State University has sufficient full-time faculty to support the mission of the institution and to ensure quality and integrity of academic programs. The documentation supporting compliance with this requirement is included and organized by college. The student credit hours production for full-time faculty per department is highlighted in the documentation. At the beginning of the 2008-09 academic year, the University employed 259 full-time teaching faculty members. For the fall term of the 2008-09 academic year, the full-time equivalent (FTE)-student to FTE faculty ratio was 19:1 ... (more)
Student Learning Outcomes
Grambling State University’s assessment of general education learning outcomes has evolved over time. This narrative examines the assessment of the general education learning outcomes that were in place prior to the fall 2008 semester and then focuses on the general education program that was implemented during the fall 2008 semester... (more)
The University reviews course completion data, state licensing examination data, and job placement rates to evaluate student achievement... (more)
Schedule of Courses
The Distance Learning Program (DLP) is a university-wide unit that utilizes various state-of-the art telecommunication technologies and instructional strategies to enhance and augment the curriculum offerings at the University. The DLP serves as a technological support arm of the academic programs. Information is delivered through video, satellite uplinking, compressed video, and computer/Internet technologies.
Grambling State University’s Distance Learning Program was the first in the state to offer a bachelor’s degree. GSU operates two Mobile Automated Learning Labs (MALLs) that provide community and worksite access to individualized and computerized instruction and learning....(more)
The mission of Grambling State University’s Office of Academic Support & Special Programs is to promote academic excellence by providing students with support programs and services that will strengthen academic performance and improve retention.
The Office of Academic Support and Special Programs offers academic support programs and services to all Grambling State University students: those who are experiencing academic difficulties and those who are succeeding academically, but wish to further enrich their educational experiences and realize their fullest potential at Grambling State University. Our programs include....(more)
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