Ways to Learn

Learn by doing. That's the Tiger way. The Missouri Method is a hands-on approach to learning that was born in our legendary School of Journalism and now permeates every academic discipline at Mizzou.

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With more than 300 degree programs, Mizzou gives you the power to choose a future you'll love.

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Online Programs

Get the education you want in the way that works best for you.

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Hands-On Learning

At Mizzou, it's not just a buzzword. Our students gain firsthand experience from the beginning of their college journey.

Extended Learning

At Mizzou, you'll have opportunities to expand your mind beyond the classroom, campus and even the United States.

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Honors College

Challenge yourself academically and follow your curiosity while learning in a close-knit, interdisciplinary community.

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Study Abroad

Choose from nearly 60 countries for trips as short as a week or as long as a full academic year.

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You don’t have to wait to get into the lab. Solve today’s toughest problems through undergraduate research work with faculty mentors.


Learn from the best

Mizzou is an R1 research university, meaning our faculty are at the forefront of innovation in their fields. And with an 18:1 student-to-faculty ratio, you’ll have opportunities for mentorship and academic support from world-class researchers and scholars.

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