COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE

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Welcome to the Louisiana Tech College of Engineering & Science

Students enrolled in Louisiana Tech’s College of Engineering and Science develop solutions to the problems that businesses, governments, and nonprofits face. Undergraduates build prototypes, perform research, and participate in hackfests, earning valuable hands-on experience. Graduate students teach classes and lead research projects.

Students at all levels and across all disciplines within the College get leadership and service experience through the many student organizations within the College.

Academic Programs

Biomedical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Cyber Engineering

Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering Technology

Nanosystems Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical Engineering

Mathematics & Statistics

Physics

Chemistry

Construction Engineering Technology

Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Graduate Programs

FEATURED STUDENT: Nicholas Jones (Nanosystems Engineering, Studio Art)

“I decided I wanted to become an engineer because I like taking stuff apart and putting it back together and I wanted to contribute to advancing the human race. I chose nanosystems engineering because I want to eventually get into engineering for the aerospace industry. Since nanosystems engineering focuses on nanoscale items, it will be a very easy transition from nanosystems engineering into an aerospace engineering job. I’m also interested in power generation and new materials.”

Research

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The College of Engineering and Science is well-known for innovative research. Students and faculty collaborate with researchers around the world to develop solutions to worldwide problems. We invite you to click the button below for more information.

FEATURED RESEARCH: Nanosystems Engineering students earn REU spots

Three Nanosystems Engineering students at Louisiana Tech University have earned spots in the National Science Foundation REU (research experiences for undergraduates) program.

Senior Brandon Hubbs (Baton Rouge), sophomore Gabriel Peterman (Alexandria), and freshman Nicholas Jones (Monroe) have earned spots in the program at Louisiana Tech, the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, and the University of Arkansas, respectively.

The three students will work in a variety of fields within nanosystems engineering and technology over the summer.

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 Future Students

Are you looking for a degree that will give you valuable hands-on experience? We have a program for you!

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