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321 D EGREES O FFERED Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering (BS BE) Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (BS ChE) with emphasis areas in Biochemical Environmental Materials Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BS CiE) Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BS CoE) Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BS)* Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BS EE) Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BS IE) Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BS ME) Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology *For the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science (BA) refer to the College of Arts and Sciences. Minor Computer Science Engineering Naval Science See the Graduate Catalog for information on MS degrees with majors in mechanical and aerospace engineering, nuclear en- gineering, biological engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering and industrial engineering. PhD degrees are available with majors in biological engineer- ing, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science, electrical and computer engineering, industrial engineering, me- chanical and aerospace engineering and nuclear engineering. A DMINISTRATION James E. Thompson, Dean Lex Akers, Associate Dean W1025 Lafferre Hall (573) 882 4375 [email protected] When engineering classes at the University of Missouri began in 1849, a strong tradition was born that continues to grow. Today, the College of Engineering includes the first electrical engineering department established west of the Mississippi River and the only industrial engineering program in Missouri. The college offers fully accredited degree programs in biological, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial and mechani- cal engineering, along with computer science and information technology. All programs offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Naval science is under the academic administration of the college as well. The hallmark of the College of Engineering is excellence in teaching and scholarly pursuits. The college seeks to involve undergraduates in the exciting world of technological discovery, provide students with the highest quality curriculum, and prepare them to go out into the world with the education they need to make a difference. A DMISSIONS Direct Freshman Admission to Engineering Entering freshmen are expected to have completed 17 units of approved high school course work (in grades 9-12), including 4 units in English, 4 in mathematics and 3 in science with laboratory. Mathematics should include 2 units of algebra, 1 unit of plane and solid geometry (combination course), and ½ unit of trigonometry. Additional senior mathematics is recommended. For direct admission to the College of Engineering, the applicant must meet the qualifications listed below (these numbers are subject to change).
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