S&T, Missouri State partner to expand cooperative engineering program

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On October 2, 2018

Front row, from left: Dr. Richard Wlezien, vice provost and dean of S&T’s College of Engineering and Computing, Dr. Robert Marley, S&T’s provost and executive chancellor for academic affairs, Dr. Frank A. Einhellig, Missouri State University provost, and Dr. Tammy Jahnke, Missouri State University dean of the college of natural and applied sciences. Back row, from left: Dr. Doug Carroll, cooperative engineering program director, Dr. Kelvin T. Erickson, S&T professor of computer and electrical engineering, Dr. Christopher G. Maples, Missouri S&T interim chancellor, Dr. Joel Burken, chair of S&T’s civil, architectural and environmental engineering department, and Dr. James Drallmeier, chair of S&T’s mechanical and aerospace engineering department.

Missouri S&T officials joined representatives from Missouri State University on Sept. 26, at Missouri S&T for a signing ceremony to recognize the recent expansion of the Missouri S&T-Missouri State Cooperative Engineering Program to include a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

For the past decade, Missouri State has offered courses in civil engineering and electrical engineering on its Springfield campus taught by faculty from Missouri S&T and Missouri State. Starting this fall, Missouri State students can apply to a third Missouri S&T engineering program — this one in mechanical engineering — that will begin in fall 2019.

As with other S&T’s engineering programs, students must first fulfill undergraduate prerequisites in a pre-engineering program before taking classes in their discipline. Read more.

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