Although the LSU AgCenter is not a degree-granting institution and does not receive any funding from LSU student tuition, we are still a major force and funding source in 11 academic departments. LSU AgCenter faculty conduct the majority of the research in these departments, guide the work of graduate students and do some of the classroom teaching. Most of the faculty who teach hold joint appointments with the College of Agriculture. Departments include faculty will full-time extension appointments or joint appointments with research and teaching. Learn more about each department.Agricultural ChemistryAgricultural Economics & AgribusinessAnimal SciencesAudubon Sugar InstituteBiological & Agricultural EngineeringEntomologyExperimental Statistics Food ScienceHuman EcologyPlant, Environmental & Soil SciencesPlant Pathology & Crop PhysiologyRenewable Natural Resources
The LSU AgCenter carries out the land-grant mission of the LSU System through research and extension programs. In addition to the research stations, parish extension offices and academic departments that make up the LSU AgCenter, we also have other educational and administrative units.
CommunicationsHuman ResourcesInformation TechnologyIntellectual PropertyInternational ProgramsSponsored Programs/Grants & Contracts
4-H Youth DevelopmentGrant Walker 4-H Educational Center Livestock Show OfficeLouisiana Institute for Biofuels and BioprocessingLouisiana Forest Products Development CenterLouisiana House Home & Landscape Resource CenterW.A.Callegari Environmental Center