U.S. News ranks S&T’s online degree programs

Fifteen online master’s degree programs at Missouri S&T are ranked among the nation’s best in three categories, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 Best Online Programs Rankings.

S&T’s online graduate computer information technology programs were tied for eighth overall and tied for fifth among public universities. S&T offers online graduate degrees in computer science and information science and technology.

S&T’s online graduate engineering programs were tied for 17th place overall and ranked 13th among public universities.

S&T offers online graduate degree programs in 12 disciplines:

  • aerospace engineering
  • civil engineering
  • computer engineering
  • electrical engineering
  • engineering management
  • environmental engineering
  • explosives engineering
  • geotechnics
  • manufacturing engineering
  • mechanical engineering
  • mining engineering
  • systems engineering.

S&T’s online graduate business programs were tied for 70th overall and ranked 50th among public universities. S&T offers an online MBA program.

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