Changing the World

Specializing in areas of study such as advanced infrastructure systems and materials, construction management, geotechnical and water resources engineering and environmental engineering, our students are changing the world — from providing clean drinking water to building tomorrow’s advanced infrastructure.

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Civil Engineering

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Civil engineers plan, design, construct and maintain buildings, roads, bridges, railways, dams, water supplies and wastewater treatment systems.

Architectural Engineering

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Architectural engineers construct, design, plan and operate all facets of a building. The focus mainly involves structure, stability and sustainability.

Environmental Engineering

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Environmental engineers detect and solve problems that can affect the safety and natural integrity of air, water and land.

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61st Missouri S&T Asphalt Conference (Nov.27-28, 2018)

Presentations at the conference include: pavement evaluation, rating and treatments for municipalities; full-depth reclamation in Missouri; trackless tack; RAP quality; pavement preservation and recycling alliance; overlay bond testing; best paving practices for small-scale operations; intelligent compaction update; paving machine maintenance; MoDOT’s increased density initiative-Phase II; next-generation plants, software, and training; basic quarry operations; performance-related specifications; MAPA update; effects of polyphosphoric acid on asphalt and additives; full implementation of M332 binder specification; performance testing in Missouri; and more.

Personal Development Hours (PDH) will be awarded.

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GAANN PROGRAM (Graduate assistance in areas of national need)

We are recruiting highly-motivated doctoral students in civil engineering to become part of a team researching the latest science and technology in structural engineering. Download the GAANN Flyer for more information.