The biological engineering major is communication intensive and is a logical field of study for medical school, biomedically-oriented graduate programs, and practice-oriented engineers who are successfully addressing processing and environmental needs in industry, consulting, and government agencies.
The Gordon A. & Mary Cain Department of Chemical Engineering (ChE) serves as a foundation for a wide variety of career opportunities. In the broadest sense, students use the creative applications of chemistry to solve significant problems. ChE uses the principals of chemistry, physics, and biology with the design skills of an engineer to create new chemical and biochemical processes.
The department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) offers numerous opportunities for hands-on learning, involvement in student organizations, networking, and more. The result is a dynamic college experience, producing well-rounded graduates prepared for their next step. In addition to offering bachelor’s degrees in CEE, LSU also offers minors in environmental engineering, surveying, and structural engineering.
LSU’s construction management is focused on creating the next generation of graduates who will manage and own construction companies. You will be equipped with the technical and management skills to ensure construction projects are completed on time and within budget. LSU’s construction management program is proud to produce the largest percentage of entrepreneurs in the College of Engineering.
Graduates have been successful in industry, academia, and entrepreneurial activities, both in this country and abroad. Faculty and students conduct cutting-edge research in a number of electrical and computer engineering areas that make an impact on their respective disciplines.
Computer Science is a rapidly evolving discipline, which affects many fields including engineering, the arts, buisness and many more.
At LSU, you can apply fields of science and mathematics that relate to the sensing, communicating, and processing of information as well as the electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of the materials and the generation and transport of electrical energy. Among the many opportunities within the field of electrical engineering are careers involving computers, communications, automatic control, electronics, and electrical energy.
The state of Louisiana, with economic activity from the Mississippi River, our unique coast and soil, the array of industry present here, and environmental challenges such as hurricanes and storm surge, provides a unique learning opportunity for environmental engineers. This, paired with the excitement of the LSU experience and the rich culture of Louisiana makes a career in environmental engineering one to watch for the future.
IEs design the systems of machines, materials, information, and people to produce products and services. Because of the role of people in our work, IEs have sometimes been called the people engineers. From design of emergency rooms to design of the distribution system that supports the parcel industries, IEs are well equipped to work in any type of industry.
LSU’s Mechanical Engineering (ME) program is about career opportunities and forming the ME leaders of tomorrow. The typical graduate is engaged in design, development, operation and maintenance of tools, engines, machinery, equipment and the manufacture of a wealth of consumer products.
At LSU’s Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering, you will be trained to provide the energy that the world consumes today and will need in the future. Petroleum engineers typically work in industry as a reservoir engineer, drilling engineer, well log analysis, production engineer, or as a specialist working in one of many aspects of the energy business.
The Petroleum Engineering Research & Technology Transfer, or PERTT, Laboratory - also commonly referred to as the “Well Facility” - is an industrial-scale facility with full-scale equipment and instrumentation for conducting training and research related to borehole technology. LSU is the only university in North America where future petroleum engineers can get hands-on training in well control by working at a full-scale well control research and training facility.