Our department is nationally and internationally recognized for outstanding research and facilities. We provide many opportunities for hands-on experience for all students. Research centers housed within the department enhance the curriculum and offer our students ample opportunities to participate in cutting-edge projects with significant societal impact.
This leading-edge testing facility, housed in Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall, opens new doors to projects, funding sources and hands-on learning for students. It contains state-of-the-art equipment and is suitable for testing large-scale components and systems.
Four construction and materials laboratories housed in the department provide cutting-edge equipment and training for students, preparing them for careers in the design and construction world.
The SPAR Lab was originated in 2014 as a result of extensive research collaborations over the last 15 years among the departments of civil engineering, electrical engineering, material science and engineering, computer science and chemistry.
The dedicated architectural engineering design studio has 28 drafting tables and four work tables for model construction.
A second studio was added during the 2008-2009 academic year to provide students the opportunity to learn and study architectural and engineering design and drafting through different computer applications.
In this rooftop laboratory, faculty and students explore real sustainability and environmental issues we face globally.
The Missouri S&T Green Roof atop Emerson Hall features 16,000 plants arranged in the shape of a shamrock and provides research and teaching opportunities for faculty and students.
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