Missouri University of Science and Technology Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (4)
Coursework taught by the normal full-time professors is pretty good, in fact, as good as any course I've attended. That being said, the adjunct (I guess?) faculty left something to be desired. Not terrible, but not top notch either. No regrets though-- its a good program, a good school, at a great price point.
The college was small and quaint. I loved the size of the school and would definitely suggest going to an engineering school if you plan on majoring in engineering. My advice would be to pick an engineering major that could overlap with many different industries.
The college is no nonsense, it will grind you up and spit you out. You'll either graduate in 4-6 years, or you'll fail out. Don't be discouraged from getting a degree somewhere else, if you fail out. Missouri S&T is a hard school, ~60% of your freshman class is going to be sitting next to you when you graduate.
Excellent innovative program that prepared me for real jobs that will help strong companies. Graduates that have combined knowledge of both business and computer science is exactly what top companies are looking for. UMR is very career focused and will work diligently with students to find their ideal job trajectory.