Global Learning

Global Learning

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, global@mst.edu. For non-credit programs contact 573-341-6222, dce@mst.edu.
  • Educational Technology: provides support to faculty in effective teaching strategies and related technologies. Contact 573-341-4131, edtech@mst.edu, 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, global-stl@mst.edu, http://global-stl.mst.edu/.
  • Video Communications Center: manages communication technologies that bring together Missouri S&T instructors and students. Contact 573-341-4526, vcchelp@mst.eduhttp://vcc.mst.edu.

For further information, contact:

Global Learning
216 Centennial Hall
300 West 12th Street
Phone: 573-341-4132
Fax: 573-341-4992
Web: http://global.mst.edu

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.”

Services include:

  • 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

For more information on these and other VCC services, contact the Video Communications Center at 573-341-4526, e-mail: vcchelp@mst.edu, or visit our website at: http://vcc.mst.edu.

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