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Missouri University of Science and Technology has a long-standing relationship with Boeing. With more than 2,500 alumni currently employed with Boeing, we continue to partner on research and educational initiatives. 

Named one of the nation's top graduate engineering schools by U.S. News & World Report, Missouri S&T brings the same programs, as those taught on campus, to our distance students. These programs reflect the commitment to academic quality that Missouri S&T is known for – all within a flexible environment tailored to fit your needs.

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The aerospace engineering graduate program enhances knowledge of aerodynamics and propulsions, control, dynamics, stability and materials and structures. Coursework is interdisciplinary and provides a comprehensive approach to meet individual educational goals. 

Thesis and non-thesis options available. The thesis degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of coursework (at least 21 credit hours of coursework and at least 6 credit hours of research). The non-thesis degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of coursework, up to 6 hours of which can be from out-of-department courses.

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Aerospace Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Composite Materials and Structures 
Control Systems 
Energy Conversion & Transport 
Engineering Mechanics 
Manufacturing Automation

This AACSB-accredited business administration program combines core business knowledge with information technology. Through this program, you'll learn the latest management best practices, develop business and leadership skills, discuss current international business issues with faculty members who are experts in their fields, and work with fellow students from different cultures.

This program requires 36 credit hours to complete and is targeted toward working professionals and executives. The format is designed to be completed in two to three years.

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Business Admininstration Graduate Certificate Programs:
Business Analytics and Data Science 
Business Intelligence 
Business Project Management
Digital Media 
Digital Supply Chain Management 
Electronic and Social Commerce 
Enterprise Resource Planning 
Human-Computer Interaction
Management and Leadership 
Mobile Business and Technology 

The civil engineering graduate program emphasizes novel and sustainable infrastructure that improves built and natural environments. Includes strong design and research components, while providing the flexibility to tailor curricula.

This is a non-thesis degree program and requires 30 credit hours of coursework to complete.

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Civil Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Contemporary Structural Engineering 
Geoenvironmental Engineering
Infrastructure Renewal
Project Engineering and Construction Management

The computer engineering graduate program strengthens leadership skills and technical proficiency at all levels of computer engineering. Specialization tracks allow for in-depth study in Design of Digital Systems, Computer Architecture, Embedded Computer Systems, Computer Networks, Computer Security and Computational Intelligence.

Thesis and non-thesis options available. Both options require 30 credit hours of coursework to complete.

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Civil Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Computational Intelligence 
Electric Machines and Drives 
Electric Power Systems Engineering 
Information Assurance and Security Officer Essentials 
Network Centric Systems

The computer science graduate program offers emphasis areas in critical infrastructure protection and software engineering. 

Thesis and non-thesis options available. A total of 31 credit hours of coursework (includes 1 hr. seminar course) is required to complete this degree. For students interested in the thesis option, six of the total credit hours must be in research.

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Computer Science Graduate Certificate Programs:
Big Data Management and Analytics 
Big Data Management and Security 
Computational Intelligence 
Information Assurance and Security Officer Essentials 
Information Systems & Cloud Computing 
Software Design & Development 
Systems and Software Architecture 
Wireless Networks and Mobile Systems

The electrical engineering graduate program prepares you to recognize and provide solutions to electrical engineering challenges. Specialization tracks include circuits, electronics, communications and signal processing, control systems, electromagnetics, power and energy and devices and optics.

Thesis and non-thesis options available. This program requires 30 credit hours of coursework for both non-thesis and thesis, with 6 hours of research required for the thesis.

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Electrical Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Computational Intelligence 
Electric Machines and Drives 
Electric Power Systems Engineering 
Information Assurance and Security Officer Essentials 
Network Centric Systems

The engineering management graduate program focuses on the convergence of engineering, management and technology in high technology environments. Through this program, you will gain understanding of concepts and theories underlying contemporary techniques in the management and operation of technology-based organizations, as well as how to apply these principles in real-life situations.

A total of 30 credit hours of coursework is required to complete this degree. Graduates of our programs are in high demand and many employers provide education benefits to working engineers who are pursuing this degree.

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Engineering Management Graduate Certificate Programs:
Engineering Management 
Financial Engineering 
Human Systems Integration 
Leadership in Engineering Organizations 
Lean Six Sigma 
Project Engineering and Construction Management 
Project Management 
Safety Engineering

The environmental engineering graduate programs offers strong design and research components, which allows you the flexibility to tailor curricula. Focus areas include engineering analysis and design that incorporates physical, biological and chemical characteristics of natural and engineered environmental systems.

A total of 30 credit hours of coursework is required to complete this degree.

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Civil Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Contemporary Structural Engineering 
Geoenvironmental Engineering
Infrastructure Renewal
Project Engineering and Construction Management

Through the explosives engineering graduate program you will develop sophisticated skills in the integration of explosives technology into complex systems for a wide range of applications. Study theoretical and practical approaches of explosives engineering; learn analysis and design of explosive-related systems; and discover natural and built structure effects.

Thesis and non-thesis options available. Both options require 30 credit hours of coursework to complete.

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Explosives Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Explosives Engineering 
Explosives Technology 
Mining Engineering

Geotechnics combines both the fields of rock mechanics and soil mechanics with engineering to form a comprehensive program of study. This is an interdisciplinary program with a practice-oriented project. Courses include geology, geotechnics, soil mechanics, rock mechanics and subsurface hydrology.

This graduate degree requires 30 credit hours of coursework to complete, with a minimum of 15 credit hours of geological engineering courses.

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Geotechnics Graduate Certificate Programs:
Geotechnics 
Military Geological Engineering

The industrial organizational psychology graduate program emphasizes the application of psychological science to enhance the performance and well-being of people in organizations. This program will prepare you to develop assessments of people for selection and placement into jobs, effective training programs, strategies for organizational development, measurement of performance, and ways to promote quality of work-life. Students receive a strong core foundation in industrial and organizational psychology as well as statistics and research methods.

Students may select a thesis option (a good choice for students seeking a research-intensive career) or a non-thesis path in one of three tracks: Leadership in Technical Organizations, Psychometrics and Human Factors.

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Industrial-Organization Psychology Graduate Certificate Programs
Leadership in Engineering Organizations 
Psychology of Leadership 
Psychometrics

The information science and technology graduate program is structured to educate students in the design, development, and successful application of information systems in organizations. With only four required core courses, this program provides students with the flexibility to choose their own specialized area of interest.

A total of 30 credit hours of coursework is required to complete this degree.

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Information Science and Technology Graduate Certificate Programs
Business Analytics and Data Science 
Business Intelligence 
Digital Media 
Digital Supply Chain Management 
Electronic Social Commerce 
Enterprise Resource Planning 
Human Computer Interaction
Information System Project Management

Management and Leadership 
Mobile Business and Technology

The manufacturing engineering graduate program is interdisciplinary with an emphasis on hands-on learning. The core curriculum includes materials and manufacturing processes, process, assembly and product engineering, manufacturing competitiveness and manufacturing systems design.

The masters in engineering requires 30 credit hours, and is designed to be completed in one year. A 3-hour practice-oriented project is required.

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Manufacturing Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
CAD/CAM & Rapid Product Realization 
Manufacturing Systems

The mechanical engineering graduate program offers a comprehensive plan of study in the areas of thermal science, fluid mechanics, energy conversion, composite materials and structures, control systems, engineering mechanics and manufacturing automation.

Thesis and non-thesis options available.  The thesis degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of coursework (at least 21 credit hours of coursework and at least 6 credit hours of research). The non-thesis degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of coursework, up to 6 hours of which can be from out-of-department courses.

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Mechanical Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Composite Materials and Structures 
Control Systems 
Energy Conversion & Transport 
Engineering Mechanics 
Manufacturing Automation

Through the mining engineering graduate program, students acquire an advanced understanding of mining processes and applications; the knowledge to design and select equipment for specific operations; and the expertise to use cutting-edge engineering methods to solve mining-related challenges in an economical, safe and efficient way. 

A total of 30 credit hours is required to complete the degree, which includes a limited research component.

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Mining Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Explosives Engineering 
Explosives Technology 
Mining Engineering

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 Systems Engineering Brochure 2016-2017

The systems engineering graduate program provides an interdisciplinary approach to managing complex systems and projects. Courses in theory and application of systems engineering and management are combined with specialization areas that allow you to design a program that fits your career goals.

Thesis and non-thesis options available. The non-thesis degree requires 30 credit hours; the thesis degree requires 36 credit hours and includes a research component.

PhD option is available. The PhD in systems engineering is individually structured by the student in consultation with and approval by the student's advisory committee.

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Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate Programs:
Computational Intelligence 
Model-Based Systems Engineering 
Network Centric Systems 
Systems Engineering

The technical communication graduate program provides a comprehensive curriculum that enhances written, oral and visual communication skills; develops highly trained technical communicators who facilitate technology transfer between technical experts and the users of technology.

A total of 30 credit hours of coursework is required to complete this degree.

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Technical Communication Graduate Certificate Programs:
Technical Communication

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If yo have questions about S&T's distance programs, check out our Frequently Asked Questions page. We've tried to answer the most commonly asked questions that Boeing students have.

Hopefully, we've answered your questions. If we haven't, please send them our way. You can email us at global@mst.edu or call 573-341-4892 or toll free 1-877-678-1870.

Quick Facts

Calendar Type
Sixteen weeks fall and spring semesters (begin in August and January); eight weeks summer sessions (begins in June).

Credit Earning Options
Nine hours of graduate credit with a grade of B or better from accredited institution may be transferred into a graduate program.

Delivery Format
Courses are delivered over the internet, via live streaming video; collaborative learning software includes WebEx and Canvas; classes are archived online for review and access. 

Carnegie Classification
Doctoral/Research University - Intensive

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