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Missouri, constituent state of the United States of America. To the north lies Iowa; across the Mississippi River to the east, Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee; to the south, Arkansas; and to the west, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska. Except for Tennessee, Missouri has more neighboring states than any other U.S. state. Bisecting the state is the Missouri River, flowing from Kansas City in the west, through the state’s capital, Jefferson City, in the center, to just above St. Louis in the east, where it joins the Mississippi. Missouri was the name of a group of indigenous people who lived in the area at the time of European settlement; the French named the river after the native community, and the river, in turn, gave its name to the state. Located near the center of the conterminous United States, Missouri is the meeting place of the eastern timberlands and western prairies and the southern cotton fields and the northern cornfields. It has represented the political and social sentiments of a border state since its admission as the 24th member of the union on August 10, 1821.

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Education in Missouri

A wide variety of higher education opportunities are available in Missouri from both public and private institutions. The University of Missouri (founded in 1839) has campuses in Kansas City, St. Louis, and Rolla, in addition to the main and oldest campus in Columbia. There also are several regional state universities, the largest of which is Missouri State University (1905), in Springfield. Harris-Stowe University (1857), in St. Louis, and Lincoln University (1866), in Jefferson City, are both public and historically black institutions. More than a dozen state-supported two-year colleges offer associate degrees, technical education, and preparatory courses for advanced studies. Among the most prominent private institutions are Washington University (1853) and Jesuit-run St. Louis University (1818), both in St. Louis. There are specialized schools of art and design in St. Louis and Kansas City as well. In this article, we will primarily discuss Missouri online masters’ programs.

If you are a student wanting to take up an online master’s degree in the state of Missouri, then you can start right here and keep reading. But, if you are looking to know more about master’s degrees in general and resources that can help you get a  particular online master’s degree you can look at our resource page here, or the particular online master’s program here.


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