The U.S. Department of Labor calls for an 11 percent increase in the number of engineering jobs over the next decade.
Engineers are innovative critical thinkers and creators. They apply mathematic and scientific principles to solve technological problems and improve society's quality of life. Engineers work in all aspects of human development, and the University of Missouri–St. Louis offers a Bachelor of Science in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.
A Bachelor of Engineering is one of the few degrees that also count as a professional degree. Students earning a bachelors degree in one of the engineering disciplines are well qualified for various entry-level positions in various businesses, consulting firms, government agencies and industries. Society's dependence on technology grows every day, and thus ensures that engineering occupations will never die.
Students will be well prepared for these jobs. The University of Missouri–St. Louis Engineering Program works closely with Washington University to provide an optimal learning environment – drawing on the finest resources in the area. Students will learn from Washington University faculty, take upper-level electrical engineering courses at Washington University and work in their cutting-edge laboratories. The professors work daily in engineering research or advanced engineering practice, and are eager to share their experience and knowledge with students.
Engineering careers typically rank at the top of any publication rating potential jobs in the 21st century. The engineering education can be supplemented by a co-op occupation, which UMSL will help find for you. Having a job in addition to studies helps you earn while you learn and gives a leg up on the job search after completion of the degree. Upon graduation, the career centers at UMSL as well as Washington University will help with resume preparation and interviewing practice, as well as provide invaluable networking connections with prospective employers.
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The University of Missouri–St. Louis is the largest public research university located in Missouri's most populous and economically important region. Founded in 1963, we enroll nearly 17,000 students, and we are home to more than 1,400 faculty members.