Commencement ceremonies planned Dec. 17-18

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On October 11, 2021

Spring 2021 commencement

Photo taken at May 19, 2021, commencement ceremony by Michael Pierce/ Missouri S&T.

Missouri S&T will honor graduating students while following COVID-19 safety guidelines during three commencement ceremonies scheduled for Dec. 17-18.

Commencement ceremonies will be held at the following times:

  • 6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 17, for all Ph.D. graduates
  • 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, for bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates in specific disciplines (see below)
  • 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, for bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates in specific disciplines (see below).

Each event will be livestreamed via Missouri S&T’s Facebook page.

Guidelines for all ceremonies

The S&T Commencement Committee and COVID-19 Incident Command Team are working diligently to plan safe and memorable ceremonies to honor graduates. To comply with COVID-19 guidelines, attendance will be limited to four guests per graduate, and facial coverings will be encouraged at every ceremony.

6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 17

This special ceremony is held for all S&T Ph.D. graduates, who will receive their academic hoods and be introduced for the first time with their “Dr.” title, recognizing them as experts in their fields.

10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18

Graduates receiving bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the following disciplines will be honored:

•        architectural engineering

•        applied and environmental biology

•        biological sciences

•        ceramic engineering

•        chemical engineering

•        chemistry

•        civil engineering

•        economics

•        engineering management

•        English and technical communication

•        environmental engineering

•        geological engineering

•        geology and geophysics

•        geotechnics

•        industrial-organization psychology

•        materials science and engineering

•        metallurgical engineering

•        petroleum engineering

•        physics

•        psychology

•        systems engineering

•        water science and engineering.

3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18

Graduates receiving bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the following disciplines will be honored:

•        aerospace engineering

•        applied mathematics

•        business administration

•        business and management systems

•        computer engineering

•        computer science

•        education

•        electrical engineering

•        explosives engineering

•        explosives technology

•        history

•        information science and technology

•        manufacturing engineering

•        mathematics

•        mechanical engineering

•        mining engineering

•        multidisciplinary studies

•        nuclear engineering

•        philosophy.

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