A Matter of Balance helps adults 60 years old and up realize that falls — and the fear of falling — are controllable. The program provides information on ways to change your environment to limit risk factors that contribute to falling, and will help you find strength and balance exercises to reduce your chances of falling.
Alianzas facilitates and promotes effective intercultural communication and forms alliances with MU Extension and its specialists, the Latinx residents and the larger community of our great state of Missouri.
The MU Career Accelerator will be hosting a variety of trainings on generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and machine learning (ML). These trainings will equip your organization to stay ahead of this rapidly evolving landscape of technological leadership that could guide the future of business.
The beef industry is viable and strong in Missouri — ranking among the nation's leaders in beef cattle production. Beef Extension offers resources for Missouri’s beef industry on nutrition, reproduction, health, forages, environmental management, business management and more.
The Center for Applied Research and Engagement Systems, or CARES, is a small and adventurous group of geographic information specialists, programmers, and data nerds. We love making maps, developing new data visualizations, and helping individuals and organizations figure out ways to do their work better.
The certificate in Construction Management addresses the critical workforce need for management skills in the construction industry. Through this two-course certificate, individuals obtain the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career in the in-demand construction industry.
The noncredit certificate in Supply Chain Management is a unique, interdisciplinary offering. Through this two-course certificate, working professionals obtain the fundamental knowledge needed as preparation to transition into their first supply chain role or to complement the transition into a new supply chain function.
100% online certificate program
This certificate in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care provides valuable knowledge and skills for those working in the area of small animal emergency and critical care.
The influence of medical imaging technology in healthcare is constantly growing. The University of Missouri has partnered with healthcare and medical technology companies to create an online credentialing program that can be accessed from multiple pathways – right at home.
These community development programs provide leadership training in a variety of formats to enhance the skills and opportunities for individuals who participate as well as the organizations and communities that they serve.
MU Continuing Education for Health Professions (CEHP) provides evidenced-based, relevant and responsive learning activities designed to narrow professional practice gaps with respect to knowledge, competence, and performance of the healthcare team.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to break the bank. Our Cooking Matters programs teach smart shopping strategies and healthy cooking skills that can help you prepare nutritious, low-cost meals and snacks at home.
Cotton is an important crop in Missouri. In 2018, southeast Missouri counties produced lint and seed valued at $324 million, though the number of cotton-planted acres varies each year with commodity prices.
Missouri’s dairy production and processing industry continues to evolve within a growing but rapidly consolidating US dairy industry. This site links Missouri dairy producers to key dairy production and business information at MU and other institutions.
The Engaged Neighbor Program began in Greene County in 2019 and has grown to a statewide program. Efforts under the Engaged Neighbor Program name include classes, special events, presentations, partnerships, publications, an award-winning newsletter, and events like Missouri Good Neighbor Week, Show-Me Neighborhood Art Week and Won’t You Be My…
Engineering Extension uses engineering faculty and student expertise as well as linkages to other economic development outreach programs to deliver services via individual consultations, in-person or online education and community and regional-based programming for industry professionals.
FNEP provides research-based nutrition education to Missouri’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients and those who are eligible. MU Extension nutrition educators work in a variety of settings throughout the state with the goal of helping participants make behavior changes to achieve lifelong health and fitness.