Graduate Programs

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. The College of Engineering and Science offers several graduate degree opportunities: six master’s degrees and four doctoral degrees, some with multiple concentrations.


Admission Requirements

GRE Scores

Minimum Verbal: 145

Minimum Quantitative: 150

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We look forward to meeting with our future students and showing you everything the College of Engineering and Science, Louisiana Tech, and the Ruston community have to offer. For more information or to plan your tour of the College of Engineering and Science, contact the Graduate Studies Office at

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Doctoral Degree Programs

Biomedical Engineering

Molecular Science and Nanotechnology

Computational Analysis and Modeling


Master’s Degree Programs

Applied Physics

Engineering and Technology Management

Computer Science



Molecular Science and Nanotechnology

Online Degrees

Engineering and Technology Management


More Online Degrees & Certifications

Graduate student doing research

Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students

Graduate Assistantships

Every student who applies to a graduate program within the College of Engineering and Science is considered for an assistantship, but students are advised to submit a resume/CV with their application.

Ph.D. applicants for research assistantships should connect with research faculty in the field that interests them. Some great resources to start looking at are Louisiana Tech’s Research Institute and Centers, research faculty profiles, Louisiana Tech Digital Commons, and the College of Engineering and Science faculty directory.

Master’s Assistantships

Nearly all on-campus master’s degree students are eligible for an assistantship. The annual stipend begins at $900 and includes a scholarship for out-of-state tuition. Full-time students are eligible for assistantship awards starting the first quarter of enrollment.

Please contact the Graduate Studies Office for more information.