Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Degree Programs
Tailor your studies around one of four major emphasis areas: design and manufacturing, dynamics and controls, thermal and fluid systems and materials. Collaborate across the College of Engineering through a variety of co-listed courses and projects.
The BS degree in mechanical engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc. (www.ABET.org).
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Gain a foundation in mathematics, the basic sciences and engineering with a focus on instrumentation and measurements, materials and manufacturing and thermal-fluid systems.
Graduate Degree Programs
Gain a deeper knowledge in the fundamental disciplines: dynamics and control, design and manufacturing, materials and solids and thermal and fluid science engineering.
The program is also offered 100% online through Missouri Online.
Further your studies and conduct research around aerospace navigation, fluid power systems, metamaterials, nanomaterials or thermal management.
This online graduate certificate is designed for students working in the aerospace industry and seeking to increase their academic exposure to aerospace engineering. The certificate gives students access to technical knowledge they need to succeed and advance in their careers.