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This page lists colleges that offer degrees in Missouri as well as online schools which offer degrees for students around the world.  

Below are links that provide information about license requirements and regulations primarily for civil engineers, architectural engineers, environmental engineers and structural engineers:

Division of Professional Registration, Professional Engineer

Missouri Coalition for the Environment

Missouri Society of Professional Engineers

Engineering Colleges That Matched Your Query
(found programs from 6 schools)

University of Missouri-Columbia
Accreditations :ABET
Location (s) : Columbia
Mizzou Engineering excellence includes eight disciplines, 110 faculty members, 2,200 of the brightest undergraduates on campus and over 400 exceptional graduate students.
Programs/Degrees :
Biological Engineering(BSBE)
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Accreditations :ABET
Location (s) : Rolla
S&T offers 15 different undergraduate engineering programs – the largest variety of engineering majors of any American university.
Programs/Degrees :
Ceramic Engineering(BS)
Engineering Management(BS)
Metallurgical Engineering(BS)
Washington University
Accreditations :ABET
Location (s) : St. Louis
Washington University students have many opportunities to explore the vibrant metropolitan area of St. Louis. Beyond the comfortable suburban campus is a learning lab, well-stocked with the cultural and business resources of a major city. Home to many well-known international and regional businesses, St. Louis is known as a hub for medical and technological research and innovation.
Programs/Degrees :
Systems Science and Engineering(BS)
Southeast Missouri State University
Accreditations :ABET
Location (s) : Cape Girardeau
After four years of creditable engineering experience, they are then eligible to take the Principles and Practice of Engineering Exam, which leads to an official license to practice engineering.
Programs/Degrees :
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Accreditations :ABET
Location (s) : Kansas City
The SCE vision is to have a student centric school that provides students with exceptional educational, research and extracurricular experiences within computing and engineering.
Programs/Degrees :
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Accreditations :ABET
Location (s) : St. Louis
Students in the University of Missouri-St. Louis/Washington University Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program receive Bachelor of Science degrees in Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering.
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