College of Engineering and Computing

Joseph-Fischer-CAMT

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As a mechanical engineer or an aerospace engineer, from design to manufacturing, you can play a leading role in enhancing life, from developing future technologies to shaping the next generation of flight and space study.

Mechanical and aerospace engineering offers exceptional engineering education through a combination of hands-on learning experiences, research, and instruction. You will develop your knowledge to contribute to a wide range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, bioengineering, manufacturing, communications, government organizations and research laboratories.

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Start Your Career with a High-Paying Salary

$64,382

Average starting salary of aerosapace engineering undergraduates

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$74,234

Average starting salary of aerospace engineering graduate students

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$63,430

Average starting salary of mechanical engineering undergraduates

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$82,444

Average starting salary of mechanical engineering masters degree recipients

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Research in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

The mechanical and aerospace engineering department is known nationally for conducting groundbreaking research in many areas including robots, lasers, composite materials, nano-manufacturing and sensor-enabled intelligent manufacturing. 

At Missouri S&T, students have the opportunity to work alongside world-class faculty in their area of interest while partnering with industry and federal laboratories to further capabilities of the world and pushing boundaries further each day.

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