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    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center at New Orleans
  Jan 20, 2018
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Special Students

Degrees for Full-time Faculty and Staff

The School of Public Health will not award graduate degrees to fulltime faculty of the Health Sciences Center above the rank of Instructor or to other employees without permission of the Program, the Dean, and the Health Sciences Center, as appropriate.

LSUHSC Employees



LSUHSC employees may not register for more than six and hours of credit per semester.  No full-time employee will be permitted to register without written approval of the employee’s immediate supervisor, Program Director and the Dean of the School of Public Health.  The employee must deliver the letter to the Dean’s Office of the School of Public Health in the Lion’s Eye Center Buildling (LEC) at least two weeks before registration.  The employee must also complete a School of Public Health Application Form and pay the $30 application fee.  At registration, the employee will pay for the course according to the Health Sciences Center Fee Schedule.  Employees may qualify for a Tuition and Fee exemption.  Criteria and eligibility information may be obtained from the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance on the eighth floor of the Resource Center.

Employees are limited to a total of 12 graduate credit hours.  Only under extraordinary circumstances can this total be exceeded and only upon approval of the Dean of the School of Public Health.