Industry experts to help grow construction management program

With help from some of the top firms in the country, Mizzou Engineering will expand offerings and experiences that prepare students for construction management.

Portrait of Dale Musser

IT Program Tackles Drone Technologies

hen you want a cloud-computing service at work, you call IT. But who do you contact to integrate a company drone into daily operations? That may not be an everyday problem now, but unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) are quickly becoming a reality for many businesses. And that’s where the Information Technology Program at Mizzou Engineering is stepping up.

Intersection at the Transportation Research Center working on Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Mizzou Engineering Alum Leads Autonomous Vehicle Testing

Imagine your hour-long commute to work, typically taken up by podcasts, the radio or listening to music. But what if you could do more with this time? Mizzou Engineering alum Tanner Thiessen is at the forefront of testing and developing…

IT students Matt Sadler and Kim Murphy

Adults looking for career change turn to IT

Adults looking for a career change are turning to an Information Technology degree from Mizzou Engineering.


Information Technology Degree Program Prepares Graduates for Success

Students graduating with an Information Technology degree this weekend say the program has prepared them not only for their first job out of college but also for future opportunities.


Career Fair: Employers reach more than 1,000 Mizzou Engineers

More than 200 companies spoke at length with more than 1,000 students at the 2019 Mizzou Engineering Career Fair on Tuesday. Some were new to this particular event, some longtime participants — and all received a deluge of students eager to show off their skills and resumes in search of a job, co-op or internship.

Shown from above: the basketball courts at the Rec Center, filled with black and gold employer booths and students dressed for success.

Career Fair: Record amount of companies visit in search of engineers

Nearly 90 percent of Mizzou Engineering students are employed full-time, continuing their education, volunteering or serving in the military within six months of graduation. The starting salaries for engineering graduates nationally is approximately $70,000 per year. Mizzou Engineers factor heavily into the state and regional economy and its workforce, and many of them start their careers with internships and jobs found at the Career Fair.

Carly Garrow stands on a stone balcony. Behind her, the red roofs of Heidelberg, Germany, and halfway up the mountain is the Heidelberger Schloss.

Going global pays off for Mizzou Engineering alum Garrow

If you want an example of how studying abroad can expand horizons and provide students with global experience that employers desire, take Mizzou Engineering alumna Carly Garrow.