Students can prepare in many fields for highly rewarding careers in only two to three years of concentrated study. Associate degree programs are offered in many areas at LSUE, and graduates of these programs are actively sought by employers throughout the state and nation.
You are fascinated with computer hardware and want to develop new platforms and software.
You want to use technology to image the human body.
You want to use your competency and skills to assist in the diagnosis of disease.
You are passionate about medicine and appreciate attention to detail.
The Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS) is an applied, technical program designed to provide a student with a broad technical competency in a specific area or field.
You are interested in learning techniques for preventing, controlling, and extinguishing fires.
You are intrigued by the corporate world, and you have an independent, entrepreneurial spirit.
LSUE also offers the following majors for transfer to a four-year college or university of your choosing to finish your degree. Take a few classes just to get started or even complete an associate degree at LSUE first and then transfer to another institution to finish your degree.
Use the latest technology to protect and conserve our natural resources while at the same time uncovering new methods to increase food production to feed the world’s growing population.Major Information Visit Degree Area
By applying the fundamentals of their discipline (reactions and separations), chemical engineers design, install, and complete the processes for efficient production of materials, as well as tailor the properties of materials for specific applications.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Civil engineers work on the design, construction, and maintenance of the infrastructure systems we use every day and/or in surveying and coastal subsidence projects.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Computer Engineers create, improve, and/or fix computer hardware and software by combining knowledge from the fields of electrical engineering and computer science.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Learn the math and theory behind modern-day computing, develop and hone your programming skills, and then use computers to solve problems in almost any industry.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Electrical engineers are primarily concerned with the generation, control, transmission, and distribution of electric energy, signals, and information.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Focuses on engineering courses that apply to many different fields.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Industrial engineers are engineers with a business flair who enjoy working with people. They apply engineering design to create and improve systems that deliver products or services.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Industrial technology is a versatile degree that allows you to engage in activities that are useful to a variety of businesses, governments, and nonprofits.Major Information Visit Degree Area
If you’re a natural-born “mathlete,” a degree in mathematics can lead to a career in many exciting areas, including actuarial science, mathematics, statistics, and secondary education.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Mechanical engineers apply principles of engineering, mathematics, physics, and materials science for the analysis, design, manufacture, operation, and maintenance of equipment and machinery.Major Information Visit Degree Area
You want to work in a clinical laboratory setting conducting tests to diagnose and help treat illnesses.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Petroleum engineers design and manage drilling and production operations around the world wherever oil and natural gas is found.Major Information Visit Degree Area
Whether it’s discovering a new particle or blasting a rocket into space, physics is at the root of everything. Here you will learn about energy and matter, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, the birth of the universe, and Einstein’s special theory of relativity.Major Information Visit Degree Area