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    Louisiana State University
   
 
  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Academic Programs



The State of Louisiana Board of Regents, in its Master Plan for Higher Education, designated LSU as Louisiana’s single “comprehensive university.”

LSU is also the “flagship university” of the state of Louisiana.

LSU students have the opportunity to experience a rich diversity of courses, curricula, students, faculty, and settings that stimulate and challenge individual growth. As the state’s comprehensive university, LSU offers numerous choices for intellectual development, career options, and cultural exposure. The undergraduate classroom is enhanced through LSU’s research status, ensuring that students are aware of the most recent discoveries and are taught innovative modes of inquiry.

Bachelor’s degrees are offered in 69 major fields, a post-baccalaureate certificate is offered in one major field, certificates of education specialist are offered in 2 major fields, graduate certificates are offered in 15 major fields, master’s degrees are offered in 76 major fields, and doctoral degrees are offered in 50 major fields.

The university has no more important mission than to provide its students with outstanding learning opportunities. LSU offers programs of study that are both rigorous and exciting. These programs attract bright, energetic students who wish to prepare for the career challenges of the 21st century.

Undergraduate Degrees

Academic programs and services at LSU provide students with the opportunity to obtain a strong general education, explore a variety of fields and majors, and have direct contact with faculty in their major field. Freshmen are admitted to the University College where they either declare a major or examine educational and career alternatives while completing the general education requirements. To complete degree requirements, students must meet the admission requirements of a senior college.

Students select from degree programs offered by ten senior colleges and schools.

College of Agriculture

Bachelor of Science

College of Art & Design

Bachelor of Architecture
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Interior Design
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

E. J. Ourso College of Business

Bachelor of Science

College of the Coast & Environment

Bachelor of Science in Coastal Environmental Science

College of Human Sciences and Education

Bachelor of Science

College of Engineering

Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering

College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Bachelor of Science

Manship School of Mass Communication

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

College of Music & Dramatic Arts

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Music Education

College of Science

Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Geology

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

A post-baccalaureate certificate program that the university is currently authorized by the Board of Regents to offer is listed below. Please see LSU Online Orientation for additional information.

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Construction Management

Graduate Degrees

Graduate degrees that the university is currently authorized by the Board of Regents to offer are listed below. Please see “The Graduate School ” for additional information.

Master of Applied Statistics
Master of Architecture
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Arts
Master of Arts in Liberal Arts
Master of Business Administration
Master of Education
Master of Fine Arts
Master of Landscape Architecture
Master of Library & Information Science
Master of Mass Communication
Master of Music
Master of Natural Sciences
Master of Public Administration
Master of Science
Master of Science in Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
Master of Science in Construction Management
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Master of Science in Engineering Science
Master of Science in Industrial Engineering
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering
Master of Social Work
Certificate of Education Specialist
Graduate Certificate in Analytics
Graduate Certificate in Applied Depositional Geosystems
Graduate Certificate in Behavior and Health
Graduate Certificate in Climatology and Climate Change
Graduate Certificate in Community Engagement
Graduate Certificate in Econometrics
Graduate Certificate in Fisheries Science & Assessment
Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Science
Graduate Certificate in Life Span Studies
Graduate Certificate in Materials Science and Engineering
Graduate Certificate in Math for Advanced Secondary Instruction
Graduate Certificate in Records & Information Management
Graduate Certificate in School Librarianship
Graduate Certificate in Strategic Communication
Graduate Certificate in Workforce Development
Doctor of Musical Arts
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Course Offerings

Instruction is provided through a wide variety of on- and off-campus courses. The academic year is divided into fall and spring semesters and a summer term consisting of one or more sessions. Most classes are taught between 7:30 a.m. and 10 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The fall semester starts in mid-August and ends in mid-December; the spring semester lasts from January to May. The summer sessions are generally held from early June to early August. There are three intersession terms: between the fall semester and the spring semester, the spring semester and the summer term, and the summer term and the fall semester. During the three-week intensive intersessions, students attend classes for approximately three hours each day. Many students take advantage of the summer term and intersessions to expedite graduation, to take courses unavailable during the fall or spring, or to lighten their academic load for the following semester.

Some courses are taught through independent learning, online, or in off-campus locations through Continuing Education. These offerings provide maximum flexibility for students, particularly adult students and those who work during the day. Also available are educational opportunities through ROTC, the “Artist and Lecture Series,” the LSU Olinde Career Center, LSU-Baton Rouge Community College Cross-Enrollment Program, and LSU-Southern University Cooperative Programs.

Special Programs

Continuing Education offers instruction to traditional and non-traditional students by extending the educational services of LSU through a wide range of outreach efforts. Programs include on- and off-campus credit and noncredit courses and certificate programs; distance learning programs; programs for professional advancement, conferences, seminars; precollege programs, intensive English and lifelong learning programs, and other specialized instructional programs. For more information, see “Continuing Education ” in this catalog.

The Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes (CCACSA) is comprised of an academic affairs team, a student affairs team, and an information technology team. Collectively, the purpose is to provide an all-inclusive student-centered support structure for all student-athletes from matriculation through graduation and life beyond.

Artist and Lecture Series and Lectureships

LSU sponsors artist and lecture series and lectureships to foster intellectual inquiry, stimulate dialog, and cultivate unique experiences with outstanding performance in a variety of fields. Among these programs are:

  • Aesculapian Lecture Series in Veterinary Medicine
  • Art & Design Russell Chair Visiting Professorship
  • Senator John Breaux Annual Symposium in Media and Public Affairs
  • Chancellor’s Distinguished Lectureship Series
  • Coastal Sustainability Studio Lecture Series
  • Max Z. Conrad Lecture Series
  • LSU Curriculum Theory Project Distinguished Lecture Series
  • Deep South Conference in Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Delta Mouth Literary Festival
  • Department of Entomology Distinguished Speaker Series
  • Design Week Visiting Critic, Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture
  • School of Library & Information Science SLIS/LAA Diversity Interest Group Mentoring Program
  • J. Norman Efferson Lectureship Series
  • Festival of Contemporary Music
  • Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures in Southern History
  • Frank J. Germano Lecture Series in Civil Engineering
  • Max Goodrich Distinguished Speaker Series in Physics and Astronomy
  • Jerry B. Graves Distinguished Seminar Series in Entomology
  • Giles Wilkeson Gray Lecture Series in Communication Studies
  • Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Lecture Series
  • Holt B. Harrison/Harrison Paint Co./Elmira H. Harrison Lectureship
  • History Graduate Student Association Annual Conference
  • Walter Hitesman Lecture Series in Mass Communication
  • Hubert H. Humphrey Lectureship in Public Affairs
  • J. W. Kistler Conference
  • W. A . Lawrence Lecture
  • School of Library & Information Science Beta Phi Mu Lecture Series
  • Louisiana Environmental Lecture Series of the Coast and Environment
  • The Louisiana Natural Resource Symposium
  • LSU School of Art Artist in Residence
  • Paula G. Manship College of Art & Design Lecture Series
  • Paula G. Manship School of Music Guest Artist Series
  • Marathon Speaker Series in Geology
  • Modern History Colloquium
  • Grover E. Murray Lecture Series in Geology
  • E. J. Ourso College of Business/LSU Flores MBA Alumni Association Louisiana Looking Up
  • Pasquale Porcelli Distinguished Lecture Series in Mathematics
  • Patrick Lecture Series in Nutrition, Food Science, and Wetland Science
  • The performance studies area in the Department of Communication Studies presents performances of literature, performance art, and experimental productions designed by students, faculty, and guest artists throughout the academic year.
  • Plant Pathology & Crop Physiology Graduate Student Invited Lecturer Series
  • The Program of Comparative Literature regularly hosts regional meetings of the Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers.
  • Evelyn Pruitt Geography Lecture Series
  • William A. Pryor Lecture Series
  • Readers & Writers Literary Forum
  • Renewable Natural Resources Seminar Series
  • Janice R. Sachse Visiting Artist Series
  • School of Architecture Lecture Series
  • The Underpass/Small Bar Reading Series
  • Visiting Poets Series
  • Edward Douglass White Lectures on Citizenship
  • L. J. Wilbert Memorial Lectures in Geology
  • School of Music–Throughout each year, the School of Music presents a comprehensive series of concerts involving faculty and student performers; orchestras; wind ensembles; jazz groups; gospel choirs; choral ensembles; chamber music; and opera.
  • LSU Theatre and Swine Palace present six major productions each year featuring students, faculty, and professional artists as well as a Lab Season of student-directed workshop productions and the annual LSU Dance Concert.
  • Engendering Scholarship Lecture Series in Women’s & Gender Studies
  • LSU Graduate Philosophy Conference

Board of Regents’ Academic Policy

The university conforms to Board of Regents’ requirements to ensure consistency of official documentation with the Regents’ Inventory of Degree and Certificate Programs. The following standardized terms are used in LSU catalogs, diplomas, commencement programs, transcripts, and other official documents.

Degree ▪ The title of the award conferred on students by a college, university, or professional school upon completion of a unified program of study (i.e., Bachelor of Arts, BA; Bachelor of Science, BS; Master of Science, MS; Master of Fine Arts, MFA; Master of Landscape Architecture, MLA; Doctor of Philosophy, PhD, etc.).

Degree Program ▪ A grouping of campus-approved courses and requirements (i.e., minimum GPA, comprehensive examinations, English and mathematics proficiency) that, when satisfactorily completed by a student, will entitle him or her to a degree from a public institution of higher education.

Degree Designation ▪ A degree designation for each authorized program at public institutions of higher education is listed in the Board of Regents’ Inventory of Degree and Certificate Programs. Some professional programs require the name of the general subject area as part of the degree designation (i.e., Bachelor of Architecture, BArch; Master of Social Work, MSW; Juris Doctorate, JD, etc.).

Degree Subject Area ▪ The primary discipline that constitutes the focus of a degree program. (For example, a Bachelor of Arts in history. In some cases, the degree subject area is part of the degree title, as in Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture.) When a student satisfactorily completes a degree program, he/she will be entitled to a degree in the appropriate subject area (i.e., biology, history, English, etc.)

Degree Title ▪ The complete label of a degree program, consisting of the degree designation and the degree subject area (i.e., Bachelor of Arts in history; Bachelor of Science in chemistry).

Curriculum ▪ A description of the required and elective courses for a degree program.

Major ▪ That part of a degree program that consists of a specified group of courses in a particular discipline or field. The name of the major is usually consistent with the degree subject area. A major usually consists of 25 percent or more of the total hours required in an undergraduate curriculum. Establishment of a major requires prior approval by the Board of Regents.

Minor ▪ That part of a degree program that consists of a specified group of courses in a particular discipline or field. The minor usually consists of 15 percent or more of the total hours required in an undergraduate curriculum. Minors do not require prior approval by the Board of Regents.

Concentration ▪ An alternative track of courses within a major, accounting for at least 30 percent of the major requirements. Establishment of a concentration does not require prior approval by the Board of Regents. Transcripts list degree titles, majors, minors, and concentrations. Diplomas list only the appropriate degree designations.

Under­graduate degrees that the university is cur­rently authorized by the Board of Regents to offer are presented in this table  by college. Mi­nors within degree programs are listed in this table . Please consult the appropriate senior college section for more information.

Louisiana State University

University College

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College of Agriculture

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General Minor

Department of Agricultural and Extension Education and Evaluation

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Major

Minor

Department of Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness

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Major

Minor

Department of Entomology

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Major

Minor

Department of Experimental Statistics

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Minor

Department of Plant Pathology & Crop Physiology

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Major

Department of Textiles, Apparel Design & Merchandising

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Major

Minor

School of Animal Sciences

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Major

Minor

School of Nutrition & Food Sciences

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Major

Minor

School of Plant, Environmental & Soil Sciences

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Major

Minor

School of Renewable Natural Resources

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Major

Minor

College of Art & Design

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E. J. Ourso College of Business

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Minor

General Minor

General Business (Interdepartmental Program)

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Major

Department of Accounting

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Major

Department of Economics

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Major

Department of Finance

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Major

Minor

Department of Information Systems & Decision Sciences

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Major

Minor

Rucks Department of Management

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Major

Minor

Department of Marketing

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Major

Public Administration Institute (Interdepartmental Program)

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College of the Coast & Environment

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College of Engineering

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General Minor

Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering

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Major

Minor

Gordon A. and Mary Cain Department of Chemical Engineering

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Major

Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

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Major

Minor

Bert S. Turner Department of Construction Management

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Major

Minor

School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

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Major

Minor

Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

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Major

Minor

Joint Program

Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering

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Major

Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College

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College of Human Sciences and Education

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School of Education

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Major

Minor

School of Human Resource Education & Workforce Development

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Major

Minor

School of Kinesiology

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Major

Minor

School of Library & Information Science

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School of Social Work

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Major

Minor

College of Humanities & Social Sciences

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Department of Aerospace Studies

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Minor

Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

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Major

Department of Communication Studies

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Major

Minor

Comparative Literature (Interdepartmental Program)

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Economics (Intercollegiate Program)

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Major

Minor

Department of English

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Major

Minor

Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

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Major

Minor

Department of French Studies

Go to information for Department of French Studies.

Major

Minor

Department of Geography & Anthropology

Go to information for Department of Geography & Anthropology.

Major

Minor

Department of History

Go to information for Department of History.

Major

Minor

Interdisciplinary Studies (Interdepartmental Program)

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Major

International Studies (Interdepartmental Program)

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Major

Minor

Liberal Arts (Intercollegiate Program)

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Major

Minor

Linguistics (Interdepartmental Program)

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Minor

Department of Military Science

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Minor

Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies

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Major

Minor

Department of Political Science

Go to information for Department of Political Science.

Major

Minor

Department of Psychology

Go to information for Department of Psychology.

Major

Minor

Department of Sociology

Go to information for Department of Sociology.

Major

Minor

3+3 Pre-Law Programs

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Major

School of Mass Communication

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College of Music & Dramatic Arts

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College of Science

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School of Veterinary Medicine

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Doctorate

LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center

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Juris Doctorate

Other Programs

LSU Global: International Accelerator Program

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Other Programs

The General Education Component of Undergraduate Education

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The Graduate School

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Accounting (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Animal Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Architecture (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Art & Art History (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Biological & Agricultural Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Biological Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Interdepartmental Studies in Business Administration (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Graduate

Joint Program

Chemical Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Chemistry (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Civil & Environmental Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Communication Sciences & Disorders (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Communication Studies (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Comparative Biomedical Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Comparative Literature (Graduate Program)

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Doctorate

Computer Science & Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Construction Management (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Digital Media Art & Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Economics (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Education (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Electrical & Computer Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Interdisciplinary Program in Engineering Science (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

English (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Entomology (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Environmental Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Experimental Statistics (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Finance (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Graduate

Nutrition and Food Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Foreign Languages & Literatures (Graduate Program)

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Masters

French Studies (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Geography & Anthropology (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Geology & Geophysics (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

History (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Graduate

Human Ecology (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Human Resource Education & Workforce Development (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Industrial Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Information Systems & Decision Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Kinesiology (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Landscape Architecture (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Interdepartmental Program in Liberal Arts (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Library & Information Science (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Certificate

Management (Graduate Program)

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Doctorate

Marketing (Graduate Program)

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Doctorate

Mass Communication (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Graduate

Interdisciplinary Certificate Program in Materials Science and Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Certificate

Mathematics (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Mechanical Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Music (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Interdisciplinary Program in Natural Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Oceanography & Coastal Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Pathobiological Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Petroleum Engineering (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Philosophy (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Physics & Astronomy (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Plant, Environmental & Soil Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Plant Pathology & Crop Physiology (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Political Science (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Psychology (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Public Administration Institute (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Graduate

Renewable Natural Resources (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Social Work (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Certificate

Sociology (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Theatre (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate

Veterinary Clinical Sciences (Graduate Program)

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Masters

Doctorate