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From undergraduate to graduate, professional programs to certificates, you'll find the program that works for you at UMSL.

When it comes to your education, we know one size doesn't fit all. Offering exceptional academics at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels, our degree programs are built to fit any schedule. Whether you want to earn your degree on campus, fully online, during the evening or weekends with our 4-, 8-, 12- and 16-week course offerings – UMSL will meet you when and where you want.

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Our world-class researchers collaborate across disciplines to generate new knowledge and translate research into real-world applications. Learn more about our student and faculty researchers as well as current projects and research studies.

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Tier 1 National Public Research University #1

top ranked in St. Louis for scholarly research 
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Use our database to search for an internship or job opportunity, connect with employers, network with UMSL Alumni and find career fair events. We are committed to helping students succeed in and out of the classroom. 

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job and internship programs each year

Study Abroad 

Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Do you want to make friends and experience life in another country, while still earning credit towards your degree? We offer numerous study abroad opportunities for students looking to feed their adventurous soul. Learn more about studying abroad and find a program that excites you! 

UMSL Global

The Pierre Laclede Honors College at UMSL is an enclave for high-achieving students looking for a supportive atmosphere, both academically and socially. It’s a learning community that offers you dedicated advising, distinct undergraduate research and internship experiences, independent study projects, and a 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio. All adding up to your success in the classroom and beyond.

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