The LSU College of the Coast and Environment (CC&E), formerly called the School of the Coast and Environment (SC&E), was founded in 2001. The College of the Coast & Environment includes the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences (DOCS) and the Department of Environmental Sciences (DES). CC&E’s graduate teaching program offers master’s and doctoral degrees in Oceanography & Coastal Sciences and in Environmental Sciences.
Minors in Oceanography & Coastal Sciences, Wetland Science Management, Environmental Toxicology, Environmental Sciences, and Coastal Meteorology are offered to graduate students. In 2008, the college started offering an undergraduate degree in Coastal Environmental Science. The undergraduate degree offers five areas of concentration to better address the career objectives of students: Applied Coastal Environmental Science, Environmental Science and Research, Coastal Meteorology, Environmental Law, and Environmental Health. Members of the college’s interdisciplinary and award-winning faculty teach more than 50 undergraduate and graduate classes.
- College of the Coast & Environment
93 South Quad Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
- Telephone: 225-578-6316
- Fax: 225-578-5328