School of Business & Applied Technology

Marie Coleman
Dr. Marie Coleman, Dean, School of Business & Applied Technology

The mission of the School of Business and Applied Technology at SOWELA is to provide students with knowledge and skills in business, technology, and related arts, in order to be successful in an ever-changing workforce.

School of Business and Applied Technology Programs

Each program is designed to help students gain the necessary skills to be successful in industry, or to transfer to a university to continue their education. Faculty members engage students with hands-on assignments to help foster a learning environment. From the completely online degree in Business Administration to the intricate labs of Drafting and Design Technology, the School of Business and Applied Technology places students in high-demand, high-wage careers.

Read about SOWELA's Transfer Agreements with other colleges and universities.

Contact Information

Dr. Marie Coleman - Dean

marie.coleman@sowela.edu

(337) 421-6988

Charleston Building, Room 205

Daphne Ellender - Support Coordinator

daphne.ellender@sowela.edu

(337) 421-6590

Charleston Building, Room 201

3820 Senator J. Bennett Johnston Avenue
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70615
(337) 421-6565
(800) 256-0483
info@sowela.edu

Mon-Thu: 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM
Friday: 7:45 AM to 12:00 PM
(337) 421-6550

SOWELA Technical Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person(s) have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies:

Title IX Officer

Candy Parker

candy.parker@sowela.edu

(337) 421-6510 or (800) 256-0483

3820 Sen. J. Bennett Johnston Ave. Lake Charles, LA 70615

ADA Officer

Maegan Lewis

maegan.lewis@sowela.edu

(337) 421-6952 or (800) 256-0483

3850 Sen. J. Bennett Johnston Ave. Lake Charles, LA 70615

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