You can find engineering in everything — the food you eat, the roads you drive on, the water you drink, the electronic devices you use, the medicine and medical devices that keep you healthy and so much more. Engineers innovate and impact the world in the way few other professions can. At the University of Missouri College of Engineering, world-class faculty conduct cutting-edge research and train not just future engineers, but engineers ready to shape their world for the better the day they graduate. Are you ready to get in?
Pillars of Pursuit
As a world-class, globally renowned engineering leader, we will build upon our strengths in education, research and service. We will inspire and invest in our faculty and students and increase our impact upon the world through the four pillars of pursuit.
Chase Scanlan (left), a fifth-year Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering student, came ready to talk to recruiters and land a full-time job for when he graduates in December.
Mizzou Engineering Professor Jianlin Cheng is one of the best in the world at using AI to improve healthcare outcomes according to Deep Knowledge Analytics (DKA).
The goal is to build a robust database of both visual and physical responses to various warnings in order to predict how most drivers will react in certain situations.
International Week included a cultural immersion lunch, a study abroad fair and professional workshops to get engineering students thinking beyond the classroom walls.
This year’s RJI Student Innovation Competition challenge is to create a program, tool or prototype for photo, video or audio verification.