The University of Missouri-St. Louis provides excellent learning experiences and leadership opportunities for a diverse student body through its outstanding faculty, ranked programs, innovative research and regional, national and international partnerships.
UMSL employs more than 1,400 full-time and part-time teaching and research faculty members. Faculty are experts in their respective fields and routinely publish books and articles in nationally renowned academic journals. Several of its 131 degree and certificate programs have attained national recognition for their quality, including biology, criminology, education, information systems, international business, nursing, optometry, psychology, public policy and tropical ecology.
The largest university in the region, UMSL enrolls more than 15,500 students from 46 states and 77 countries and 40,000 additional students in non-credit continuing education programs. Despite its international flavor, the UMSL student body comes primarily from and reflects the diversity of, the region. More than 1,200 students live on campus and 175 students participate in one of 11 NCAA Division II sports programs.
UMSL and IAOP collaborate on:
- Co-Chairing IAOP’s Midwest Chapter
- Research related to the outsourcing industry
- Contributions to the IAOP Career Mapping Initiative
- Insight and articles of interest to all IAOP members