2018 PaCE Summer Courses

Want to Learn How to Fly a Drone like the Pros?
Write a Screenplay in the Heart of Hollywood South?
Cook New Orleans Cuisine to Really Write Home About?

PaCE is offering a select series of summer for-credit courses that will let you earn college credit, while doing what you love, in one of America’s most unique and fascinating cities—on its 300th birthday!

Not Local Yet?

All of the select summer courses will be held on the UNO Main Campus in either 4- or 8-week sessions, with room and board packages available.

For more information, contact:

Tina Chang, J.D., Ph.D.
Associate Vice President
Division of Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE)


Drone Application & Remote Pilot Training

Prepare to become an FAA Certificated Drone Remote Pilot!
Learn how to build and safely fly a drone.

Instructor: Malay Ghose Hajra
Reg #: Civil and Environmental Engineering/ENCE 4097-001
Class #: 40580
Schedule: MW 11AM to 1:45PM
8-week session: June 4th- August 1st

Essentials of Cooking

Cook in Kitchen Stadium with Chef Springfloat! Master the basics of NOLA’s legendary cuisine.

Instructor: Mark Springfloat
Reg #: Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism/HRT 4290-351
Class #: 40319
Schedule: MTWTH 11AM-1:55PM
3-week session: June 4th- June 28th
Summer Session A

Digital Photography: NOLA: A Visual Exploration

Explore New Orleans while learning how to use your digital camera.

Instructor: Anthony Campbell
Reg #: Fine Arts/FA 1551-001
Class #: 40582
Schedule: TTH-2PM-4:45PM
8-week session: June 4th- August 1st

New Orleans Stories

Write your script, essay, or story while learning the fundamentals of character and story structure in the capitol of Hollywood South: The Big Easy.

Instructor: Erik Hansen
Reg #: Film and Theater Arts/FTA 4096-356
Class #: 40593
Schedule: MTWTH, 2:00PM-4:55PM
3-week session: July 10th – July 30th
Summer Session B

New Orleans on the Big and Small Screen

Explore portrayals of New Orleans through fictional and non-fictional storytelling. Learn about the city through films such as A Streetcar Named Desire and Beasts of the Southern Wild, documentaries such as Louisiana Story and When the Levees Broke, and television such as Frank’s Place, Treme, and Queen Sugar.

Instructor: Henry Griffin
Reg #: Film and Theater Arts/FTA 4096-351
Class #: 40591
Schedule: MTWTH 11AM-1:55PM
3-week session: June 4th- June 28th
Summer Session A