Sep 30, 2022  
2021-2022 General Catalog 
    
2021-2022 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Addendum


Louisiana State University’s Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog is a static document meant to reflect the requirements and programs in existence at the time of a student’s enrollment in the university. Below is a list of academic programs that have been created since the catalog’s initial online publication in March 2021.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ANALYTICS

(1L/2021 - CIP Code 307102 - BUSAN)
Contact: Office of Business Student Success, 2000 Business Education Complex East, 501 South Quad Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70803. (225) 578-3211

This interdisciplinary program is designed to prepare students attending the LSU A&M campus and online to gather, analyze, document, and monitor data to help streamline business processes and improve business products. Graduates from this program will be well-positioned to begin careers as data scientists, market research analysts, business analysts, and various functional areas in business, which are in high demand by employers. 

UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

(2L/2022 - CIP Code 522001 - UCCM)
Contact: Bert S. Turner Department of Construction Management, 3319 Patrick Taylor Hall, Baton Rouge, LA 70803.  (225) 578-5112

This online program was developed to prepare graduating high school seniors, skilled craftsman, military, or those without a bachelor’s degree that would to enter the fast growing field of construction management.  Graduates from this program will quickly be prepared for entry level careers with the fundamental knowledge and skills that can be applied to the business side of construction.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN ESTATE PLANNING & TAXATION

(1S/2023- CIP Code 220211 - CEPT)
Contact: LSU Law Center 

The Graduate Certificate in Estate Planning and Taxation allows the Law Center to officially recognize students who have demonstrated substantial competence in the study of wills, trusts, estates, taxation, and related subject matter. It helps prepare participating students for careers in estate planning and taxation by ensuring that they take the appropriate coursework and providing exposure to applied learning experiences. It also helps prepare students who decide to pursue an advanced degree (LL.M.) in taxation or a similar field following graduation from LSU. Students who satisfy the requirements for both the Estate Planning and Taxation Certificate and the D.C.L. may earn both credentials at graduation.