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Certificate Programs

For-Credit Graduate Certificate Programs

Certificate programs at Missouri S&T give you the opportunity to broaden your knowledge in a particular discipline, learn the latest in developing fields, and stay competitive in today's marketplace. By taking a few courses, you will be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge in a field without going back for a complete degree.

You will be taught by highly qualified instructors, and may be able to complete a certificate program from your home or office. Many of our courses are available over the Web or mailed to you on video, CD-ROM, or DVD-ROM.

Graduate Certificate programs at Missouri S&T may also provide a mechanism for acceptance into a regular graduate program. Acceptance into a graduate certificate program allows an opportunity to be accepted into its corresponding master's program. If you complete the certificate program with a grade of B or above in all courses, you can then be accepted into the corresponding master's program without taking the GRE or requiring a minimum GPA from your undergraduate studies. This acceptance does not waive the need to complete any prerequisites for other advanced courses that are part of the degree program.

CAD/CAM & Rapid Product Realization
Contemporary Structural Engineering
Electric Machines and Drives
Electric Power Systems Engineering
Geoenvironmental Engineering
Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
Infrastructure Renewal
Manufacturing Systems
Multimedia & Information Systems
Network Centric Systems
Project Management
Project Engineering and Construction Management
Software Design & Development
Systems Engineering

Non-Credit Certificate Programs

The Missouri University of Science and Technology currently offers one non-credit certificate program in the field of Electromagnetic Compatibility. Missouri S&T also offers several graduate certificate programs for credit (see above for list).

Electromagnetic Compatibility Certificate Program

The EMC certificate can be received by the completion of the following video courses.

This certificate program differs from a typical EMC short course by providing

  • greater depth of presentation;
  • numerous example problems;
  • hands-on laboratory experience; and,
  • evaluation of performance.

It is not necessary to complete a video course before taking the laboratory course.

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