Faculty Careers at Mizzou Engineering
Join the College of Engineering at the crossroads of innovation and tradition.
The College of Engineering at the University of Missouri integrates leading-edge research and high-quality education to solve the problems of today and tomorrow. Our faculty members are renowned for work in their respective fields, and both campus and college leadership invest in their success.
The University of Missouri, also known as Mizzou, is a Tier 1 Research University and a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU). It is the flagship campus under the umbrella of the University of Missouri System.
We invite you to learn more about how you can be part of this innovative, supportive environment.
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MizzouForward!, a strategic investment to achieve research excellence and student success at the University of Missouri, leverages existing institutional strengths and addresses national health and scientific priority areas through innovation and collaboration.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EECS provides unique opportunities for faculty and students to explore new frontiers of research and curricula while building on a proud legacy of innovation. EECS offers 13 undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs.
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
The IMSE Department has a broad impact on improving a wide range of systems. IMSE offers undergraduate and graduate programs in industrial engineering, including dual programs with business administration and health administration.
Research and Collaborative Opportunities
Mizzou Engineering pursues excellence in research to push the boundaries of what’s possible. The University of Missouri emphasizes interdisciplinary collaborations, providing engineering faculty with opportunities to work with peers from the School of Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources and others. Additionally, Mizzou is home to the MU Research Reactor, the most powerful university research reactor in the U.S. Mizzou Engineering also plays a role in NextGen Precision Health, an initiative to expand collaboration in personalized health care and the translation of interdisciplinary research for the benefit of society. The NextGen Precision Health building at Mizzou is set to open October 19, 2021.
The University of Missouri was established in 1839, making it the first public university west of the Mississippi River.
Mizzou is a land-grant institution and a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities.
Campus is home to more than 31,000 students from all 50 state and more than 100 countries.
The Flagship Campus
Mizzou is the flagship campus of the UM System, which also has campuses in St. Louis, Kansas City and Rolla. The system serves all 114 counties in Missouri and generates billions of dollars of economic impact for the state.
Columbia, Missouri, is consistently ranked as one of the top college towns and best places to live in the U.S by Money magazine, Fortune magazine, U.S. News & World Report and others. The city is home to major employers, high-quality schools, a regional airport, numerous parks and trails and national festivals, all while proving to be less expensive than the national cost of living average. Explore more reasons we call CoMo home.
Mizzou Engineering was incorporated in 1871 as the School of Engineering, although our history dates back to 1849 when the University of Missouri offered the first engineering course west of the Mississippi. The College has celebrated several milestones over the course of its more than 150-year legacy, including being among the first to offer civil engineering, electrical engineering and to have a nuclear reactor on campus.
We have a long and proud tradition of engineering innovation, from implementing Thomas Edison’s Dynamo in the 1880s to being among the first colleges to integrate the Spot autonomous robot from Boston Dynamics into our undergraduate curriculum in 2021.
We invite you to explore careers and join us at the University of Missouri.
Seniors in the Information Technology program at Mizzou conclude their coursework with a capstone project. Through these projects, they apply what they’ve learned in their classes to create a product, such as a mobile app or video game, that solves a real-world problem or applies emerging technologies in creative ways. Students work together in teams […]