To set yourself up for career advancement in the rapidly changing field of engineering, you need to stay current on trends, research and best practices. That’s where we come in. Mizzou offers two online master’s programs — biological engineering and industrial engineering — to help engineering professionals develop their technical skills, gain leadership experience and further their careers.
With an interdisciplinary approach, the online master’s in biological engineering gives STEM professionals and engineers the opportunity to pursue their career interests and needs. For those looking to enter the quickly growing bioengineering field or simply enhance their skillset, this program offers an up-to-date look at cutting-edge best practices.
As we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution, emerging technological breakthroughs are creating new jobs and the need for more qualified leaders in the field. Pairing technical knowledge with business and leadership training, the online master’s in industrial engineering program prepares engineers of any discipline to take on managerial roles.
As a Mizzou Tiger, you join an impressive network of current students, faculty and alumni. The college boasts over 24,000 alumni, 500 of which are current CEOs and presidents. And both programs are developed and taught by the same faculty who teach on campus, the same researchers who are often recognized for their groundbreaking work.
At 36 credit hours (or less), students can finish these online programs in as little as two years.
Fully online course work offers a flexible, interactive experience that fits into your busy life.
No matter where you live, you pay the same amount as those who live in Missouri.
With employment growth rates over 7%, now is the time to move up in your engineering career.
Engineering master’s graduates can earn a median salary of over $88k.
Dr. Hunt’s work explores the interfaces between surface chemistry, structure, composition and bulk, physical properties of advanced materials for optics, electronics and environmental applications. Using principles of rational design and self-assembly, she designs and characterizes novel, nanostructured materials for optoelectronic devices.
“In a STEM field, your skills are cutting edge for about five years. Our students need to be lifelong learners in order to stay current, especially if they are looking to take their career in a new direction.”
Dr. Wu is an internationally-recognized expert in the design and management of manufacturing and supply systems. He is the founding director of Mizzou Industrial Assessment Center, one of the 24 industrial assessment centers funded by the U.S. Department of Energy across the nation, as centers of research, education and services for industrial energy efficiency.
“As we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a period of time when emerging technological breakthroughs are rapidly creating new challenges as well as opportunities, we are focused on providing an up-to-date education that is relevant and useful for the students’ future work and career.”
As the first female dean of College of Engineering at the University of Missouri, Loboa is paving the way for future women in engineering. As dean, she oversees nine disciplines, more than 100 faculty members and approximately 3,500 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a variety of research centers, programs and facilities.
“If you are in an online program and you are meeting people from other places, whether from the state or the country or the world, you are now making connections the you can use to potentially progress for the next step in your career.”
Are you ready to take the next step in your engineering career? Learn more about our online engineering programs and how you can join the ranks of fearless engineers at Mizzou.