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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.

information technology

Computer Information Technology (Associate of Applied Science)

You want to create something out of nothing, like the next great app or video game.



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.

accounting technology

Accounting Technology: Account Clerk (Certificate of Technical Studies)

You like working with numbers and have an eye for details.


medical coding and billing

Medical Billing and Coding (Certificate of Technical Studies)

You want to help process insurance claims for doctors, hospitals, and other facilities into patients’ health records.


administrative technology

Administrative Technology Specialist (Certificate of Technical Studies)

You are intrigued by the corporate world, and you have an independent, entrepreneurial spirit.


Transfer Majors

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. 

Accounting (Bachelors)

Accounting defines transactions so they can be used to describe business activities. Learning the language allows you to communicate and understand the financial operations of any and all types of organizations.

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Chemical Engineering

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.

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Civil Engineering

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.

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Computer Engineering

Computer Engineers create, improve, and/or fix computer hardware and software by combining knowledge from the fields of electrical engineering and computer science.

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Computer Information Technology

Learn about designing, programming, and testing website applications and building database systems, and business intelligence.

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Computer Science

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.

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Economics (Bachelors)

Economics is the study of how people choose to use resources. These can include the time and talent people have available; the land, buildings, equipment, and other tools on hand; and the knowledge of how to combine them to create useful products and services.

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Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers are primarily concerned with the generation, control, transmission, and distribution of electric energy, signals, and information.

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Engineering - Undecided

Focuses on engineering courses that apply to many different fields.

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Finance is the study of how individuals, businesses, and organizations acquire and use money.

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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.

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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers apply principles of engineering, mathematics, physics, and materials science for the analysis, design, manufacture, operation, and maintenance of equipment and machinery.

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Petroleum Engineering

Petroleum engineers design and manage drilling and production operations around the world wherever oil and natural gas is found.

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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.

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Quantitative Business Analysis

You will use computers and statistics to understand how businesses work.

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Risk & Insurance

Insurance and risk majors help to make sure that companies properly define and carefully evaluate the insurance risk, charge a fair price to assume the risk, and have an efficient system to pay claims and expenses as they occur while operating profitably as a business.

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Secondary Education - Mathematics

This allows you to gain knowledge in mathematics while also earning a certificate in Secondary Education.

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