At Mizzou Engineering, you’ll receive a hands-on academic experience that fosters innovation, inclusion and integrity.
Choose from 10 undergraduate degrees designed to equip you with the foundational knowledge, practical skills and leadership training to set you apart throughout your career.
Apply engineering principles to analyze and solve problems within biological systems. You’ll receive a broad-based curriculum that also allows you to tailor your studies around biomedical engineering, including pre-medicine, bioprocess engineering and bioenvironmental engineering.
Employ engineering principles to solve health-related problems and improve lives. You’ll experience a flexible curriculum that lets you customize your education. Study bioinformatics, biological imaging and instrumentation, biomaterials and biomechanics.
Study the engineering behind chemical processes and production. Receive a well-rounded general and rigorous education focused on science as well as chemical engineering theory and practice. Learn problem solving, critical thinking and teamwork through design projects, laboratories and reports.
Delve into a curriculum that integrates fundamental coursework in math and sciences and specialized coursework covering the sub disciplines of structural engineering, transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering and water resources engineering.
Gain a perspective of hardware and software in an innovative engineering environment. Study discrete and integrated electronics and robotics. Prepare to research, design and develop computing systems and components.
Learn to harness the power of big data, cloud computing and artificial intelligence. You’ll study algorithms, software systems, networking, cybersecurity and high-performance computing. Gain an understanding of computational theories and programming methodologies.
Help find solutions to global energy programs. You’ll learn about electrical power generation, communication systems and instrumentation. Explore circuit and microprocessor design and gain an understanding of electromagnetic fields.
Obtain a knowledge of optimization methodologies, data analytics and systems modeling. Customize your degree by specializing in manufacturing, logistics/supply chain, health systems or energy conservation. Learn to evaluate integrated systems of people, technology and information.
Earn practical, industry-specific skills in foundational and emerging technologies. Cater your study to areas of interest in software and application development, media post-production, cybersecurity and system administration management.
Research, design, develop and manufacture and test tools, engines, machines and other mechanical devices. Take courses in mechanical sciences and thermal-fluid sciences. Obtain lab experience focused on instrumentation and measurements, materials and manufacturing and thermal-fluid systems.