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Coursework is interdisciplinary and provides a comprehensive approach to meet individual educational goals. The thesis degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of coursework (at least 21 credit hours of coursework and at least 6 credit hours of research).
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This program requires 36 credit hours to complete and is targeted toward working professionals and executives.
Graduate coursework is taught by world-renowned faculty and meets Missouri S&T's highest curriculum standards.
Missouri S&T currently offers the following degree programs through distance education.
Top performers in science and technology will find a home at Missouri S&T, because here “students are exposed to just about every different type of engineering,” making it “one of the best universities that prepares engineers for industry.” Unsurprisingly, this does not come without challenge.
Classes can be “very tough and intimidating,” where “it's not uncommon to have a 55 percent or less average on a test.” Students ready for the rigorous academics should “not expect to be babied at all” because “the professors are there to challenge you.” The aim is to “prepare students to find a job in the real world and help us to get the experience to succeed in it.” Students who have run the gauntlet say “the quality of education and availability of resources here is second to none.” That education comes via “handson learning, small class sizes, and caring professors” who are “some of the smartest professors in the world.” Though they challenge their students, they don’t leave them out to dry.