Graduate students have many opportunities to develop special skills in the career paths they choose. Students interested in pursuing a career in academia can participate in the Preparing Future Faculty Fellowship Program, where they can choose courses from the College of Education and have the opportunity to co-teach engineering courses and write proposals.
Additionally, MU promotes technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. Mizzou Engineering sustains a variety of research centers, programs, groups and facilities along with other departmental groups that are designated as areas of exemplary expertise and success. The college contributes significantly to MU’s overall annual research and development College of Engineering 6 spending. The College also offers exceptional business opportunities to corporations, small businesses and start-ups.
MU graduate students have gone on to become faculty at world-class academic institutions in the U.S. and around the world, have created start-up companies as successful entrepreneurs and have secured jobs with leading companies, including Oak Ridge National Laboratory, PepsiCo, Amazon, Google and more. Graduate engineering programs include
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Industrial Manufacturing & Systems Engineering
- Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
- MU Informatics Institute
Note: Prospective graduate students must apply to both the degree program of interest and to the MU Graduate School. In most cases, the entire application process may be completed online. Find admission and application details by selecting the degree program of interest in the left navigation column.