Louisiana State University (TIGERS), Louisiana Courses & Fees

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8 Courses are offered by TIGERS

Programmes

B.Ed. (Bachelor of Education)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Bachelors in Teacher Education Program 4 Years 18.5 Lacs Shortlist
Eligibility

Class 12th: 55%

  • Applicant must hold any one of the following:
    • Indian School Certificate (Year 12) Examination
    • Higher Secondary School Certificate (Year 12)
    • Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (Std. XII)
    • Intermediate Certificate (Arts, Science, or Commerce)
    • Pre-professional Examinations (Pre-medical, Pre-engineering, etc)
    • Diploma of Engineering, or Ceramics, or Dancing, or Fine Arts, or Education, or Commerce
    • Pre-university or Preparatory
    • Lower Primary Teachers Diploma
  • A minimum overall grade point average required is 55 on 100 point scale (B average equivalent, i.e. 55-59)

B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Bachelors In Mathematics 4 Years 18.5 Lacs Shortlist
Eligibility

Class 12th: 55%

  • Applicant must hold any one of the following:
    • Indian School Certificate (Year 12) Examination
    • Higher Secondary School Certificate (Year 12)
    • Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (Std. XII)
    • Intermediate Certificate (Arts, Science, or Commerce)
    • Pre-professional Examinations (Pre-medical, Pre-engineering, etc)
    • Diploma of Engineering, or Ceramics, or Dancing, or Fine Arts, or Education, or Commerce
    • Pre-university or Preparatory
    • Lower Primary Teachers Diploma
  • A minimum overall grade point average required is 55 on 100 point scale (B average equivalent, i.e. 55-59)

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
BS in Finance 4 Years 18.5 Lacs Shortlist
Eligibility

Class 12th: 55%

  • Applicant must hold any one of the following:
    • Indian School Certificate (Year 12) Examination
    • Higher Secondary School Certificate (Year 12)
    • Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (Std. XII)
    • Intermediate Certificate (Arts, Science, or Commerce)
    • Pre-professional Examinations (Pre-medical, Pre-engineering, etc)
    • Diploma of Engineering, or Ceramics, or Dancing, or Fine Arts, or Education, or Commerce
    • Pre-university or Preparatory
    • Lower Primary Teachers Diploma
  • A minimum overall grade point average required is 55 on 100 point scale (B average equivalent, i.e. 55-59)

B.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
Bachelors in Computer Science 3 Years 18.5 Lacs Shortlist
Eligibility

  • Applicant must hold any one of the following:
    • Indian School Certificate (Year 12) Examination
    • Higher Secondary School Certificate (Year 12)
    • Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (Std. XII)
    • Intermediate Certificate (Arts, Science, or Commerce)
    • Pre-professional Examinations (Pre-medical, Pre-engineering, etc)
    • Diploma of Engineering, or Ceramics, or Dancing, or Fine Arts, or Education, or Commerce
    • Pre-university or Preparatory
    • Lower Primary Teachers Diploma
  • A minimum overall grade point average required is 55 on 100 point scale (B average equivalent, i.e. 55-59)

M.F.A. (Master of Fine Arts)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
MASTER OF FINE ARTS Shortlist
Eligibility

Admissions are selective and applicants are evaluated on the basis of GPA, letters of recommendation, and portfolio quality. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree—Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), or a Bachelor of Science (BS)—to be considered for the graduate program.

M.A. (Master of Arts)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
M.A. in Philosophy Shortlist
Eligibility

The M.A. in philosophy enables students to discover whether they should pursue the Ph.D. and prepares them for admission to doctoral programs as well as for a wide variety of careers. As the only graduate program in philosophy at a public university in Louisiana, one of its aims is to assist students who have not had the opportunity to complete an undergraduate philosophy degree. The M.A. in philosophy should help such students to develop the necessary background as well as to determine whether to pursue doctoral level studies. The faculty, therefore, welcomes qualified and motivated students who lack extensive undergraduate work in philosophy.

Students who have completed at least 18 hours in philosophy, with courses in history of philosophy, ethics, and logic are ideally prepared for graduate work in philosophy. Incoming graduate students who lack a strong background in philosophy may be required to focus first on developing the necessary basis for further studies. This may include taking some undergraduate-level courses. The department’s Graduate Committee will decide what courses, if any, each incoming graduate student will be required to take, taking into account the student’s background and area(s) of interest.

Students who are required to take undergraduate-level courses will be informed of that when they are admitted to the program. In some cases, a student will be allowed to attend the undergraduate-level course, do additional work for it (such as more reading and writing on its subject matter), and receive graduate credit for it. This will be accomplished by having the student register for PHIL 4991: Independent Research.

- See more at: http://www.lsu.edu/hss/prs/graduate.php#sthash.OQrLXGUM.dpuf

M.Arch. (Master of Architecture)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE Shortlist

M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration)

Available Courses
Course Name Duration Intake Fees(Annual)
MBA Program 22 Months 21.4 Lacs Shortlist
Eligibility

  • A bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. institution or the equivalent is required

  • A minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) on all undergraduate work completed 

  • For applicants not meeting the minimum GPA requirements, the MBA admissions committee may consider strong GMAT or GRE scores, significant work experience

Contact Details of Louisiana State University, Louisiana

  • Contact No:
    225-578-1175
  • Email ID:
    admissions@lsu.edu
  • Website:
    www.lsu.edu
  • Address:
    Baton Rouge, LA 70803, United States
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