Global learning’s mission is to bring Missouri S&T’s teaching, research, and service capabilities to a global market. Through its programs, you can earn an advanced degree or a graduate certificate via distance education; earn professional development hours by attending technical conferences; or take online training to enhance your skills.
Global learning blends technology and education to enhance learning. Programming is available both face-to-face and online through live streaming video. With collaborative learning tools and archived classes, global learning provides an education that fits your needs. Go online to http://distance.mst.edu for a current list of graduate degrees and certificate programs offered through distance education. Graduate certificates are a great way to earn college credit toward a master’s degree.
Global learning includes:
- Distance and Continuing Education: administers and coordinates a wide variety of credit and non-credit programs. Visit http://distance.mst.edu for more information. For credit programs contact 573-341-6591, firstname.lastname@example.org. For non-credit programs contact 573-341-6222, email@example.com.
- Educational Technology: provides support to faculty in effective teaching strategies and related technologies. Contact 573-341-4131, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://edtech.mst.edu/
- Missouri S&T Global - St. Louis: provides educational services to the greater St. Louis, Rolla, and distance locations. Contact 573-835-9822, email@example.com, http://global-stl.mst.edu/.
- Video Communications Center: manages communication technologies that bring together Missouri S&T instructors and students. Contact 573-341-4526, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://vcc.mst.edu.
For further information, contact:
216 Centennial Hall
300 West 12th Street
Video Communications Center
The Video Communications Center (VCC), located in G-8 Library, offers a variety of media production services to the campus community. This is achieved through specialized studio classrooms, teleconference rooms, field production equipment and several Internet-based broadcasting technologies.
For the student – especially those pursuing advanced degrees – the VCC offers an array of communication tools for extending the traditional classroom and laboratory out into “the real world.”
- The opportunity to take courses "at a distance" while away from, or after leaving, Missouri S&T
- Participation in advanced coursework streamed over and stored on the Web for later access
- Studio classroom use for thesis defense and project presentation
- DVD or web-streaming video recording of the above
- Video teleconferencing for project presentation to sponsoring companies and for student organizations meeting between campuses, or for job interviews
- Assistance in setting up, capturing, and converting research lab project videos for documentation and presentation