Missouri University Of Science And Technology

Missouri University of Science and Technology – Missouri S&T for short – is at the top of the research and innovation game for a long time. Founded in 1870 as one of the first technological institutions west of the Mississippi, Missouri S&T been building on the heritage of discovery, creativity and innovation to equip and inspire today’s students to meet tomorrow’s great global challenges.

Why Missouri S&T?

  1. Best Investment – among public universities for out-of-state students.
  2. Student Population – 6,900 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate from all 50 states and 62 countries.
  3. Degree Programs – in 39 areas of study such as computer science, business, engineering, humanities, and liberal arts.
  4. Design Teams 14 design teams who have created Solar Car, Solar House, Mars Rover, Formula SAE, Human-Powered Vehicle and more.

Some of the Programs Offered

Looking for a top-notch engineering or computing education? Great. Looking for an inclusive liberal arts education? Also great. Missouri S&T College of Engineering and Computing features 18 engineering and computing undergraduate degree programs, while our College of Arts, Sciences, and Business offers a vibrant mix of liberal arts and humanities, biological and physical sciences, education, business, behavioral sciences, and military science disciplines.

College of Arts, Sciences, and Business

Business, Psychology + Communication

  • Business Administration MBA
  • Industrial-Organizational Psychology MS
  • Technical Communication MS

Sciences + Computing

  • Applied & Environmental Biology MS
  • Applied Mathematics MS
  • Chemistry MS,MST,PhD
  • Computer Science MS,PhD
  • Earth Sciences MST
  • Geology and Geophysics MS,PhD
  • Information Science & Technology MS
  • Mathematics MST,PhD
  • Physics MS,MST,PhD
College of Engineering and Computing
  • Aerospace Engineering MS,PhD
  • Ceramic Engineering MS,PhD
  • Chemical Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Civil Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Computer Engineering MS,PhD
  • Electrical Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Engineering Management MS,PhD
  • Environmental Engineering MS
  • Explosives Engineering MS,PhD
  • Geological Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Manufacturing Engineering MS
  • Materials Science & Engineering MS,PhD
  • Mechanical Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Metallurgical Engineering MS,PhD
  • Mining Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Nuclear Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Petroleum Engineering MS,PhD,DE
  • Systems Engineering MS,PhD

Campus Life

Living Options – Many consider living in an residence hall or on-campus an essential part of the “college experience.” This is where you’ll make lifelong friends, meet students from backgrounds much different than yours, and just basically have fun.

Multiple Residence Halls – Our residence halls come in all shapes, sizes and floor plans – from suite-style residential colleges and apartment-style downtown halls to traditional, shared-room style halls. But if those aren’t your style, there are also fraternity and sorority houses, and the Christian Campus House.

Recreation – Stay active with intramural sports. Get some friends together and play a team sport like softball, flag football, volleyball, floor hockey, ultimate frisbee, badminton, kickball, disc golf, dodgeball or basketball, or show off your solo skills in sports like swimming, golf, billiards and disc golf. The intramural sports department offers 30 events per academic year. Our intercollegiate student athletes aren’t the only ones with the opportunity to play on turf year round, as we also have a intramural turf field. The field is open seven days a week during the spring and fall semesters, and until 10:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, so get ready to play under the bright lights.