For students who have successfully earned a Missouri S&T graduate certificate (with a B or better in each certificate course) and now wish to continue on for the corresponding master’s degree.
You are encouraged to apply to continue with your master’s degree program during the last semester of your graduate certificate program.
Be prepared to have the materials ready to be uploaded/entered once you start the application. If you are unable to have all materials ready when applying, you can still start the application and save it. S&T will be unable to process your application without having the requirement documents. Please call or email the Office of Global Learning (573-341-6591) with any questions or concerns about the process.
*Please be sure to include your Missouri S&T Institutional Data when filling out your certificate to master's application. You can upload an unofficial S&T Transcript into your application. An unofficial transcript can be requested through Joe’SS, here's a step-by-step tutorial.
2-3 paragraphs explaining why you are applying for this program. You will copy and paste your statement into the text box provided on the "Statement of Purpose" section of the application.
You will list three recommenders in the "Recommendations" section of the application. They will receive an email informing them of your request. If they have not responded within a specific time frame, they will receive an email reminder.
Note: some departments (engineering management, computer science) will accept the names of faculty members to be used as recommenders. This information may be uploaded under the "Portfolio" section of the application, or at the bottom of your statement of purpose.
Some programs require a resume when applying. Check with your department’s requirements to see if this applies to you. Upload your resume in the "Portfolio" section of your application. PDF or JPG file formats are preferred.
* Only needed for students applying for the business adminstration, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, engineering management, electrical engineering, environmental engineering and information science and techology degree programs.
** Only needed for students applying for the civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering and environmental engineering degree programs.