Missouri S&T offers 20 master’s degree programs through distance education. Fourteen of our online graduate programs are among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report 2022 rankings.
The majority of master's degree programs are non-thesis. If you're seeking a research-intensive career, there are limited thesis options available.
Aerodynamics, propulsions, control, dynamics, stability, materials and structures. Interdisciplinary program.
AACSB-accredited program combines core business knowledge with information technology.
Emphasizes novel and sustainable infrastructure that improves built and natural environments.
Design of digital systems, computer architecture, computational intelligence, networks, and security.
Critical infrastructure protection and software engineering. Emphasis areas in cybersecurity and data science.
Circuits, electronics, communications, signal processing, control systems, power, and energy.
Convergence of engineering, management and technology in high tech environments.
Physical, biological and chemical characteristics of environmental systems.
Integration of explosives technology into complex systems for a wide range of applications.
Theoretical and practical approaches, analysis and design of explosive-related systems.
Geological, geology, geotechnics, geophysics, data analysis, environmental and hydrology.
Geology, geotechnics, soil mechanics, rock mechanics and subsurface hydrology. Interdisciplinary program.
Application of psychological science to enhance workplace performance.
Human-computer interaction, enterprise resource planning (with SAP certificate), project management, and e-commerce.
Materials and manufacturing systems, processes, assembly, design, and product engineering.
Thermal science, fluid mechanics, energy, composites, controls, engineering mechanics, and manufacturing.
Advanced mining processes, applications and operations; engineering methods and solutions to mining-related problems.
Theory/Application of systems engineering and management for interdisciplinary approach to managing complex systems.
Written, oral and visual communication to facilitate technology transfer between technical experts and users of tech.
Begin in a graduate certificate program and start earning college credit toward your master's degree.
You can continue in the master's degree program by earning a B or better in each certificate course, and you won't need to submit GRE/GMAT scores. If you are applying to a Ph.D. program, you are still required to submit GRE/GMAT scores. Learn more about the certificate to master's program.