Missouri Engineering Schools

Engineering Programs in Missouri
Did You Know?
Missouri's cheapest Engineering Program is located at East Central College, and costs
$2,664 annually.
More students applied to Washington University in St Louis's Engineering Program than any other school in Missouri, with
27,265 total applicants.
Statewide School Information
Engineering Schools in Missouri:
30
Undergraduate Engineering Programs:
30
Graduate Engineering Programs:
13
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
20
Average Classroom Size:
19 Students
Largest Engineering School:
Saint Louis Community College
(42,712 Students)

The state of Missouri is one of the must varied states in the country. Geographically, the state rests near the Mississippi River and contains plains similar to most Midwestern states and large plateaus connected to the Ozark Mountains. The state has several large metropolitan areas, including Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield, and Columbia.

Missouri is a Midwestern state known for its diverse state economy. Missouri is known for having a strong industrial sector with manufacturing firms for transportation and aerospace technology. In addition, Missouri has many agricultural, food processing, biotechnology, and mining firms.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, engineering in the state of Missouri had increase by 2.2%, with the highest increase employment rates in biomedical engineering (45.3&).

Some of the largest employers for engineering professionals in Missouri are: Cerner Corp., Wells Fargo Advisors, Corizon, Ford Motor Assembly Plant, Hallmark Cards Inc., and Edward Jones.

Engineering Education in Missouri

Missouri has a rich academic history with several technical, community, public, and private colleges across the Show-Me state. There are 26 public technical schools, community colleges, and primarily two-year degree-granting institutions in Missouri that offer engineering certificates and associate's programs.

To become a licensed Professional Engineer in Missouri, you must complete your education from a engineering program that is accredited by the ABET. In Missouri, these programs are the University of Missouri- Columbia, University of Missouri- Kansas City, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Missouri S&T, Washington University, St. Louis University and Southeast Missouri State University.

There are a number of programs that include Bachelor and Master degree level programs in Missouri that are not accredited by the ABET. If you earn your degree from these schools you will need to obtain a Master's degree in engineering from a school that is ABET accredited or accumulate 20 years of engineering experience that is satisfactory to the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects before seeking licensure as a Professional Engineer.

The state universities with programs in engineering that are not accredited include Missouri Southern State University, Missouri State University, Missouri Western State University, and Northwest Missouri State University. Non-system public universities in Missouri with engineering programs include Lincoln University and the University of Central Missouri.

There are also three other private universities that offer undergraduate engineering programs, including Park University, the Ranken Technical College, Southwest Baptist University, and Washington University at St. Louis. St. Louis Community College is one of the state's largest community colleges providing an engineering program.

Outlook for Engineering Jobs in Missouri

Missouri is the home to several different industries that utilize engineering technology, such as manufacturing, biotechnology, and aerospace. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Missouri has 35,440 engineers employed in the state as of May 2011.

The annual average salary of all engineers in Missouri calculated to $70,330, with the bottom tenth percentile earning $36,480 and the top tenth percentile earning $110,840. The engineering sector with the most engineers is the civil engineering sector, with 4,200 workers. The second biggest employing sector in Missouri is the mechanical engineering sector with 3,820 workers. Not too far behind is the industrial engineering sector, which employs 3,790 workers.

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