Louisiana Tech University

Ruston, Louisiana

Graduate studies leading to the Masters and Doctor of Engineering degrees in many areas of water resources are offered in several departments of the university. These areas include, but are not restricted to, water supply, water pollution control, hydrology, hydraulics, watershed planning and management, soil-plant-water management, marine biology and ecology, nature of water and economic and legal considerations in water resources. Departments with course offerings and research activity include Bacteriology, Botany, Business Accounting, Business Economics, Business Management, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Geology, and Zoology. Graduate students have full opportunity to select courses which lead to a broad interdisciplinary training with each individual program tailored to meet the needs of the student.

Louisiana Tech encourages interdisciplinary training and education of advanced students. Facilities for water resources programs available on or near the campus include a Computer Center, Nuclear Center, 150-acre Research Park, U.S. Regional Depository Library, and Lake D'Arbonne, Lake Claiborne and Toledo Bend Lake.

For further information, visit the Louisiana Tech University Graduate School.