Established in 1849, the University of Missouri College of Engineering’s excellence includes nine disciplines, 130 faculty members, more than 3,300 of the brightest undergraduates on campus and more than 600 exceptional graduate students at the flagship campus of the UM System. With eight ABET-accredited programs, the College aims to educate the next generation of engineering leaders and drive the charge in research and education in several multi-disciplinary fields, including Big Data Analytics, Biomedical Innovations and Sustainability. The College also includes two federally-funded research centers and more than 30 signature research programs and labs.
Located in the heart of Missouri, the College of Engineering at Mizzou operates the University of Missouri Research Reactor, the most powerful nuclear research reactor on a university campus nationwide. The College currently is under the leadership of Elizabeth G. Loboa, the first female dean in its history.
Educating Engineering Leaders since 1849
Alumni from the MU College of Engineering have included inventors, innovators, CEOs and politicians, including more than 300 individuals who are currently serving as presidents or CEOs of companies worldwide. These individuals came from an institution that not only provided them an exceptional engineering education but also allowed them to participate in ongoing research and develop the presentation and communication skills necessary to become leaders in their fields. Educating Engineering Leaders is one of the College of Engineering’s Pillars of Pursuit. Find out more about each pillar by clicking the link below.
Our faculty and students are achieving groundbreaking results in the lab and in the classroom. Read more about the exciting accomplishments being achieved at the MU College of Engineering below.