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SoPA and Tulane University are excited to announce the transition back to campus for the fall semester. While we encourage students to continue to meet with advisors, faculty and staff remotely, our offices will be open for limited in-person visits. Beginning Monday August 3, Elmwood offices are open 8:30A.M.– 5:00P.M. Gibson Hall offices will remain closed as Tulane renovates new space for SoPA on the Uptown campus. All faculty and staff are working and available.

Please continue to check your Tulane email, Canvas, the SoPA COVID-19 FAQ, and the Tulane Return to Campus page for updates.



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Earn Your Bachelor's Degree at Tulane SoPA

SoPA offers both the Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) and the Bachelor of Science degree (BS) in a range of disciplines that can help you develop knowledge and skills for success in the workplace. Many courses are available both in the classroom and online. “On ground” classes typically meet once a week, mostly during the evening. SoPA students also have access to many courses in the sciences and the liberal arts offered by other schools at Tulane University. Bachelor’s degrees at SoPA require earning at least 120 credits (of which 60 must be earned from Tulane).

Bachelor’s degrees at SoPA require completion of at least 120 credits (a minimum of 60 to be earned from Tulane University), a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 and a grade point average of at least 2.0 in all major and minor coursework (if the student is taking a minor). At least half of coursework for the major and half for the minor must be completed at Tulane. SoPA students may also major in programs outside of SoPA; these programs may have slightly different requirements.


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