About the College
The College of Engineering and Computing brings together students, educators, researchers and industry to develop the next-generation leaders who advance all disciplines of engineering and computing in order to foster technological and economic growth, with social impact locally and globally.
The College of Engineering and Computing offers undergraduate B.S. degrees and graduate M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in nine academic departments and 18 academic programs.
The college is first in Missouri and 15th in the nation in the number of engineering bachelor’s degrees awarded, and 22nd in the nation for the number of engineering master’s degrees awarded (ASEE, 2014).
College faculty lead many Missouri S&T research centers, laboratories, and consortia, including:
- Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies
- Center for Biomedical Science and Engineering
- Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility
- Center for Environmental Science and Technology
- Center for Infrastructure Engineering Studies
- Energy Research and Development Center
- Environmental Research Center for Emerging Contaminants
- Intelligent Systems Center
- Materials Research Center
- Peaslee Steel Manufacturing Research Center
- Rock Mechanics and Explosives Research Center
- Small Modular Reactor Research and Education Consortium