About the College

The College of Arts, Sciences, and Education (CASE) is committed to enriching student development and enhancing Missouri S&T’s traditional technological disciplines, as well as developing new programmatic areas within the college. CASE also plays a vital role in fulfilling S&T’s mission of integrating education, research and application to create and convey knowledge that serves our state and helps solve the world’s great challenges.
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In order to fulfill this mission, CASE offers a unique mix of traditional liberal arts and humanities, natural and physical sciences, education, and military science disciplines. The college includes the departments of applied mathematics; arts, languages, and philosophy; biological sciences; chemistry; English and technical communication; history and political science; physics, and psychological science. CASE also includes S&T’s Air Force ROTC, Army ROTC and teacher certification programs.

The college offers 12 undergraduate degree programs in applied mathematics, biological sciences, chemistry, English, history, multidisciplinary studies, philosophy, physics, psychology, and technical communication. There are also 52 minors that are offered. In addition, students may specialize in one of more than 27 emphasis areas within these degree programs. CASE also delivers the majority of academic offerings in the general education curriculum.

Master’s degrees are offered in the departments of biological sciences; chemistry; English and technical communication; mathematics and statistics; physics; and psychological science. In addition, doctoral degrees are offered in the departments of chemistry, mathematics and statistics, and physics.