In January, S&T began offering a new bachelor of arts degree in multidisciplinary studies. Designed for flexibility, the program lets students customize their education while taking advantage of the university’s emphasis on engineering, science,
technology and liberal arts.
Through Missouri S&T’s newest degree program, a student interested in ecology could combine coursework in geology, biology and mining engineering. A student interested in an education career could combine business and economics with teacher certification.
The program uses only existing faculty and funding and is expected to attract 32 full-time students and seven part-time students within five years.