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Making the world a better place

If you want to work on cool research projects, learn how to build stuff, and protect and preserve the environment, then our degree programs would be a great fit for you.

Dane Shaw in front of St. Louis Arch and bridge

Civil Engineers:

Plan, design, construct and maintain buildings, roads, bridges, railways, dams, port facilities, water supplies and wastewater treatment systems. S&T prepares some of the best engineers to work on natural problems such as earthquakes, floods and landslides all over the world. Study civil engineering at S&T »

Sondra (Terry) Rotty

Architectural Engineers:

Construct, design, plan and operate all facets of a building. Focus is on structure and stability, but you can get involved in other areas such as acoustics, heating, cooling, ventilation, lighting or sustainability. Study architectural engineering at S&T »

Elise Kittrell, Environmental

Environmental Engineers:

Detect and solve problems that can affect the safety and natural integrity of air, water and land. Protect and repair the environment by examining water and wastewater treatment, air pollution control and treatment, solid waste management and hazardous waste site remediation. Study environmental engineering at S&T »

Genda Chen named Abbett Chair

Professor Genda Chen in the hallway of Butler-Carlton Hall

Dr. Genda Chen has been named the Robert W. Abbett Distinguished Chair in Civil Engineering. The appointment took effect July 1. Read more »

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