Get started with Robotics at University of Missouri
Missouri State University‐West Plains was established in 1963 and is a public, separately accredited two‐year branch campus within the three‐campus Missouri State University system. In addition to the West Plains campus, the system includes a selective admissions university in Springfield and a research campus in Mountain Grove. Consistent with the University mission, Missouri State University‐West Plains is a teaching and learning institution of higher education offering two‐year associate of arts, associate of science and associate of applied science degrees; certificates; and a variety of continuing education courses as needed by employers and citizens of the area served. The College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Missouri State University-West Plains seeks to create educated persons through the development of their skills in communication, critical thinking, information management, valuing, global awareness and responsible action and knowledge in core subject areas.
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