The College of Engineering and Science is pleased to announce Graduate Assistantships are available for Ph.D. applicants in Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Computational Analysis and Modeling (C.A.M.), and Molecular Science and Nanotechnology. All Ph.D. students are strongly encouraged to apply - offers will be made based on award budget and student qualifications. Graduate Assistantships of $14,400/year are guaranteed for applicants with Quantitative GRE scores of at least 159 and Quantitative + Verbal scores of 315 until funds are exhausted. Please apply as soon as possible!
In addition, nationally competitive fellowships ($30,000/year, with full tuition) are available for Ph.D. Engineering and C.A.M. students who are U.S. citizens.
We are delighted that you are considering a graduate education in one of the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) disciplines. Many national studies have shown that an advanced degree in a STEM discipline is one of the best foundations for a bright future in a rapidly changing world. Louisiana Tech offers graduate degrees in the following areas.
Biomedical Engineering (Ph.D.),
Computational Analysis and Modeling (Ph.D.),
Applied Physics (M.S.),
Computer Science (M.S.),
Engineering and Technology Management (M.S./online),
Mathematics and Statistics (M.S.),
Microsystems Engineering (M.S.),
Molecular Science and Nanotechnology (M.S.), and
Communications Systems (Graduate Certificate/online).
We invite you to apply to one of these programs.
To be considered for admission, students must make a formal application for admission and must possess a degree in an acceptable engineering or science curriculum. Applicants who lack a sufficient background, yet have demonstrated a potential for graduate study may be accepted but will likely be required to take remedial courses.
Inquiries on College of Engineering and Science, Graduate Programs, Application Requests, and Financial Aid Contact
College of Engineering and Science
Office of Research and Graduate Studies
Louisiana Tech University
P.O. Box 10348
Ruston, LA 71272<
Phone: (318) 257-4314
College of Engineering and Science Graduate Student Seminars
Join us twice a month for College of Engineering and Science graduate student seminars that cover a variety of topics: writing papers and giving presentations, teaching tips, resumes and job interviews, professional communication, leadership, networking, negotiation, gender issues, and more! ALL GRADUATE STUDENTS ARE WELCOME. Meetings will be at 4:00 p.m. in the Biomedical Engineering Building, Room 157. Be sure to bring your lunch - we will provide dessert!
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