Opportunities to apply everything you learn
The state-of-the-art home of the engineering program, which also houses the eFactory, a small business incubator
A space that facilitates knowledge of electric motors, transformers and the electrical power grid
A lab for testing the properties of soil, which is a crucial step in building design
Equipment that tests open-channel flow for flood control of rivers and levies
Projects and events
Service-learning projects and competitions will enhance your learning, providing opportunities to build relationships with students, faculty and the community.
An annual event that introduces elementary school children to engineering and science
An engaging, MSPE-organized math contest for middle school kids
A hands-on learning experience that allows high school students to build and test their own balsa wood bridges
Engineering students are encouraged to join professional societies and attend the meetings. The professional society meetings give students an opportunity to network with local professional engineers, which often leads to students being offered intern positions while in college and full-time positions after graduation. All engineering students are encouraged to join the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE). There is a student chapter that is closely aligned with the Ozarks Chapter of MSPE.
Civil engineering students are encouraged to participate with the Ozarks Chapter Institute of Transportation Engineers (OCITE) and to the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers ASCE.
Student design teams