Teaching – Educating students and providing continuing education
Research – Scientific and technological research
Service – Dissemination of cultural, scientific and technological information; Participation in regional development
News - UNOGA’s Accreditation and New Classroom Building
We are pleased to announce a huge step forward for us – accreditation by the government of Haiti. The accreditation is pending certain documents but we now have legal standing as a university in Haiti and the diplomas our graduates receive are more valuable. Our Accreditation
For details on our program please see the Rapport Academique (French).
Recently a new classroom building that can seat 100 students was completed -
UNOGA’s Contribution to the Grand’Anse
UNOGA contributes to the development of the Grand’Anse in several ways.
Secondly, UNOGA looks to increase awareness of the region and what it has to offer, and to support the long term economic and environmental interests of the Grand’Anse.
Lastly, UNOGA serves as a clearing house and exchange for different groups engaged in development and research.
UNOGA provides the community with:
1. Qualified technical personal to support regional development
2. Local resources to support decentralization
3. Graduates who will serve their community aware of the reality of Haitian culture and the principles of justice, and who will meet the challenges of globalization
UNOGA strives to support integrated and sustainable regional development.
Developing a University Level Degree
To lay a solid foundation for their university courses students begin the university program with a year long General Studies Program. The goal of the General Studies Program is to introduce the students to a wide gamut of knowledge in the humanities and technical sciences, to foster analytical capacities, help the students assist in research, develop a critical disposition and become life long learners. The program will give students the intellectual, moral and esthetic basis to make wise choices, stimulate a creative spirit and a sense of service for their country and community.
The year of General Studies is divided into two semesters. The first semester will be devoted to the humanities and the second to math, physical sciences and technology. Each course will be taught in intensive 3 week sessions.
At the end of the year long General Studies program students will receive a certificate conferring international recognition of their studies. After the year of General Studies students can then choose to specialize in a field – Agriculture & Animal Husbandry and Management & Administration. This additional work leading to the equivalent of an Associates or Bachelor‘s degree.
For more detail on UNOGA please see our Strategic Plan for Academic Development.
Courses will be given in French, English, Spanish and Creole.