Louisiana State University

Introduction

Welcome to LSU GLOBAL

The Louisiana State University Undergraduate Accelerator Program is designed specifically for international students. We prepare students for academic, social and professional success at LSU and their future careers.

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World-class education at an affordable price.

Located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, LSU is recognized as a Top 100 Public University by US News & World Report, attracting students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 100 countries. Only an hour away from New Orleans, Baton Rouge combines the comfort of a small city with a lively downtown, food and arts scene. LSU is one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States, in addition to being a world-class research institution.

LSU graduates include Oscar winners, world-renowned orthopedic surgeons, famous athletes, global architects and more. As an LSU alumnus, you will have connections to top companies like Gerber, Kraft, Nestlé, Ralph Lauren, Vera Wang, DreamWorks Animation, CNN, Nike, Ernst & Young, Deloitte LLP, JPMorgan Chase and Shell. The LSU alumni network stretches across the United States and around the globe, forever connected by the cheer “Geaux Tigers”!

At LSU, you won’t just get a wonderful education, you will get hands-on experience.

  • IBM has a large services center in Baton Rouge and works closely with LSU professors to provide internship opportunities and potential jobs to computer science students.
  • The College of Engineering at LSU is the only university in North America where petroleum engineering students can work at a full-scale well control research and training facility.
  • Millie, the world’s first cloned transgenic goat, was created at the LSU College of Agriculture and the LSU AgCenter.
  • The U.S. Department of Energy established a multi-million dollar center on LSU’s campus to research new, cleaner and improved forms of energy.

By the Numbers

  • #64 Top Public University
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
  • #135 National University
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
  • #94 Undergraduate Business Program
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
  • #91 Undergraduate Engineering Programs
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
  • #11 Petroleum Engineering
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
  • #101 Computer Science
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
  • #76 Chemistry
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
  • #21 Veterinary School
    (U.S. News and World Report, 2016)
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BSc

Agricultural Business – Agree Business

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Baton Rouge

The agricultural business curriculum offered by the Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness provides training for a wide variety of careers in the agribusiness industry. The program integrates the disciplines of business and agricultural business, economics, quantitative methods and agricultural sciences. Course offerings include courses in agribusiness management, marketing, credit and finance, agricultural production economics, natural resource economics, agricultural policy and law, price analysis, statistics, quantitative methods and computer applications. [+]

Agricultural Business – Agree Business The agricultural business curriculum offered by the Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness provides training for a wide variety of careers in the agribusiness industry. The program integrates the disciplines of business and agricultural business, economics, quantitative methods and agricultural sciences. Course offerings include courses in agribusiness management, marketing, credit and finance, agricultural production economics, natural resource economics, agricultural policy and law, price analysis, statistics, quantitative methods and computer applications. The curriculum in agricultural business emphasizes use of management, marketing, finance, law and other business principles in the solution of problems in the agribusiness industry. This curriculum provides students excellent preparation for careers in farm management, agricultural law, commodity trading, sales, marketing, real estate, international trade, insurance, agricultural processing, management, communications, public relations, finance and appraisal. Students majoring in curricula offered through other departments in the College of Agriculture may minor in agricultural business. See the listing of the College of Agriculture minors for details. [-]

Animal, Dairy, Poultry Sciences

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Baton Rouge

The School of Animal Sciences offers programs in animal, dairy, and poultry sciences (animal, dairy, and poultry curriculum) that provide individuals with a broad educational background tailored to meet their needs and aptitudes. Such preparation provides graduates with employment opportunities in all phases of animal, dairy and poultry production, processing, distribution, marketing, research and teaching. Preparatory curricula also are provided for subsequent training at the graduate level or in veterinary medicine. [+]

Animal, Dairy, and Poultry Sciences Animal, Dairy, and Poultry Sciences (Animal Science Area, Dairy Production Area, Dairy Foods Technology Area, Poultry Science Area, Science and Technology Area, and Preveterinary Medicine) The School of Animal Sciences offers programs in animal, dairy, and poultry sciences (animal, dairy, and poultry curriculum) that provide individuals with a broad educational background tailored to meet their needs and aptitudes. Such preparation provides graduates with employment opportunities in all phases of animal, dairy and poultry production, processing, distribution, marketing, research and teaching. Preparatory curricula also are provided for subsequent training at the graduate level or in veterinary medicine. Qualified undergraduate students have the opportunity to participate in the Summer Internship Program with well-paid stipends. This program integrates academic experience on campus with work experience off campus, providing a total educational experience that prepares the student for responsible participation in industry following graduation. Students take basic courses during the first two years and follow a selected area of concentration during the junior and senior years. Within each area of concentration, students select approved and free electives. Students interested in choosing an approved minor can take the suggested courses for the minor as part of approved and free electives. See the listing of College of Agriculture minors for details. Prior to entering the program, students are encouraged to consult a counselor for guidance in scheduling courses. Those students interested in entering the School of Veterinary Medicine must take BIOL 1201 and 1208, 1202 and 1209, 2051, 2083; CHEM 2261, 2262, 2364 or CHEM 2060; MATH 1021 and 1022; PHYS 2001 and 2002; and CMST 2010 or 2060 to meet admission requirements. Graduates of the animal, dairy, and poultry sciences curriculum find career opportunities in a variety of production enterprises and animal-related agribusinesses, such as commercial livestock, dairy, and poultry enterprises; feed, pharmaceutical, and supply companies; commodity processing and food product industries; and various state and federal agencies including the cooperative extension service. Students selecting the science-directed electives are prepared to enter graduate school. [-]

Computer Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Baton Rouge

Elective courses in computer engineering are intended to round out the design requirements of the BS degree. This is accomplished by taking a minimum number of hours of 4xxx-level EE courses designated by the department as having significant (at least 2/3) design content; allow students to emphasize a particular area in computer engineering by taking courses in that area. [+]

Computer Engineering Elective courses in computer engineering are intended to achieve the following: Round out the design requirements of the BS degree. This is accomplished by taking a minimum number of hours of 4xxx-level EE courses designated by the department as having significant (at least 2/3) design content. Allow students to emphasize a particular area in computer engineering by taking courses in that area. Design Electives The number of design electives required in electrical engineering varies depending on the student's official catalog. Below is a list of approved design electives for computer engineering majors. EE 4160# EE 4240* EE 4242 EE 4250* EE 4702 EE 4730 EE 4745 EE 4750 EE 4770 EE 4780 EE 4859 #EE 3160 is a prerequisite for EE 4160 *EE 3232 is a prerequisite to EE 4232 and EE 4250, and credit registration in EE 3232 is required for EE 4240. Approved Technical Electives The number of technical electives required in computer engineering varies depending on the student's official catalog. Most recent catalogs require two technical electives. At least one of the two technical electives must be taken from the Group I list. Group I Any non-required EE 47xx course, EE 4625 EE 4660, 3610, 3320 or any extra breadth elective Group II EE 3060 and EE 3061 EE 3070 MATH 4023 MATH 4025 MATH 4065 MATH 4066 MATH 4171 MATH 4172 MATH 4200 MATH 4201 MATH 4470 CSC 3380 CSC 4243 CSC 4304 CSC 4330 CSC 4351 CSC 4356 CSC 4444 CSC 4890 CE 2450 ChE 4270 ENGR 4100 ENGR 4200 IE 3201 IE 4425 IE 4426 IE 4462 IE 4485 IE 4540 ME 2733 ME 3333 Flow Chart [-]

BA

Theatre: Film and Television

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Baton Rouge

The Film & Television program, a partnership between LSU and Baton Rouge Community College, is designed to provide students with the essential skills and knowledge not only to create and collaborate on and off stage, but on and off camera as well. The program is directly tied to the growing film industry in Louisiana, and its need for highly skilled artists, technicians, and administrative personnel. [+]

Theatre: Film and Television The Film & Television program, a partnership between LSU and Baton Rouge Community College, is designed to provide students with the essential skills and knowledge not only to create and collaborate on and off stage, but on and off camera as well. The program is directly tied to the growing film industry in Louisiana, and its need for highly skilled artists, technicians, and administrative personnel. The Film & Television concentration is one of the ONLY programs in the country to include hands on courses in both production technology as well as acting for the camera and content creation. Graduates receive a B.A. in Theatre: Film/ TV Concentration. Students will develop a broad, comprehensive foundation in live theatre, electronic media, film production, and Acting for the Camera. Students choose their overall emphasis based on personal aspirations and interests (Film Performance, Film Production, Technology, Management.) The Film/TV curricula includes: Introduction to Entertainment Technology Film Production (I & II) Digital Post Production Storyboarding Acting I & II Acting for the Camera (I & II) Screenwriting (I & II) Film Internships (with professional Production Companies) Introduction to Recording Technology Audio for Digital Media History of Film Introduction to Cinema Studies And Much More This new concentration is offered in collaboration with Baton Rouge Community College. For information on this concentration, please contact Richard Holden, Co-Head/Undergraduate Performance & Associate Professor/Acting and Directing [-]

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70803 US
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