Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge
LSU is designated as a land, sea, and space grant institution. It also holds the Carnegie Foundation’s designation as a Research University, reflective of LSU’s very high research activity. LSU’s instructional programs include 215 undergraduate degrees, graduate/professional degrees, and graduate certificates. It attracts about 14 per cent of the state’s total enrolment in higher education, and LSU students come from many ethnic and religious backgrounds. The students come from different foreign countries.
The university is composed of eight institutions on seven campuses in five cities. It was established by an act of the Louisiana Legislature on February 6, 1965 and includes LSU A&M, LSU Agricultural Center, LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans,LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport, LSU Alexandria, LSU Eunice, LSU Shreveport and Pennington Biomedical Research Center. Included in the collective system of campuses and facilities is also the Health Care Services Division.
To find out more about the information shown here – read about How we collect and display course information. IDP assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this site. We always recommend that you speak to an IDP counsellor to get the latest and most accurate advice.