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Welcome to the Louisiana Tech College of Engineering & Science

The College of Engineering and Science consists of eight engineering programs, two engineering technology programs, and four science programs. The College offers undergraduate degree programs in each of these areas, as well as graduate degrees in engineering and science at both the master and doctoral level. The College faculty research at six centers: the Center for Applied Physics Studies, the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Information Technology, the Institute for Micromanufacturing, the Integrated STEM Education Research Center and the Trenchless Technology Center. Known for its integrated approach to both education and research, the College is an affiliate of the National Academy of Engineering’s Center for the Advancement of Scholarship in Engineering Education.


Academic Programs

Biomedical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Cyber Engineering

Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering Technology

Nanosystems Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

Mathematics & Statistics



Construction Engineering Technology

Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Graduate Programs



Faculty and students within the College of Engineering and Science perform research around the world. Five research centers and the Office of University Research provide the formal framework for most of these research efforts. We invite you to click the button below for more information.

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Latest News

Tech to kick off 2019-20 Science Seminars

The Louisiana Tech University Science Seminar series kicks off its 2019-20 series Thursday, Sept. 12, with a talk on how celestial objects like neutron stars can be studied in an experiment. Doctoral student Devaki Pathak, physics, will talk...

Gastons endow scholarships, fellowships with $2.5 million gift

The estate of Harry and Rubye Gaston recently made a $2,500,000 legacy gift to benefit both Louisiana Tech University’s College of Education and College of Engineering and Science. The endowments will fund undergraduate scholarships, graduate...

Chemistry and Physics programs announce outstanding students

The Louisiana Tech Chemistry and Physics programs have announced outstanding students for the 2018-19 academic year. Students in the Chemistry and Physics programs at Louisiana Tech University get a unique educational experience, having the...

COES faculty share top European physics prize

Professors from the Louisiana Tech University Physics program have received top honors as collaborators on the high-energy particle physics project D0. The European Physical Society (EPS) has awarded its highest prize for research in the area...

Seven Louisiana Tech students earn prestigious cybersecurity scholarships

Seven Louisiana Tech University students have earned CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS) awards for the 2019-20 academic year. Justin Berthelot (cyber engineering), Samuel Dominguez (cyber engineering), Christopher Given (cyber...

Nanosystems Engineering grad helps develop cutting-edge green technology

Louisiana Tech University alumnae Kylene Pickett (Nanosystems Engineering, 2019) has published a paper in the prestigious ACS Applied Materials and Interface journal. Pickett, who was an undergraduate in the Louisiana Tech Nanosystems...

Cazenavette earns $8,500 Phi Kappa Phi fellowship

George Cazenavette of Mandeville, a National Merit Scholar who made a 36 on his ACT and graduated from Louisiana Tech in May as a triple major in cyber engineering, mathematics, and computer science, has received an $8,500 fellowship from Phi...

Two COES students to spend summer at Stennis Space Center

Two Louisiana Tech University College of Engineering and Science (COES) students will spend the summer at the John C. Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, where they will work with Center staff on NASA projects. Elizabeth Kibodeaux, biomedical...

Louisiana Tech students prepare for ‘Cyber Storm’

Computer science and cyber engineering students at Louisiana Tech University’s College of Engineering and Science are preparing for Cyber Storm 2019. Teams of students will compete against each other and a black ops team of intruders from...

COES students, ANS alumnus earn prestigious NSF fellowships

Two Louisiana Tech undergraduate students have earned prestigious fellowships from the National Science Foundation (NSF). George Cazenavette V, cyber engineering, computer science and mathematics senior, and Brandon Cooper, chemistry senior,...

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