Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
The trend that extracurricular activities and organizations are important to a college student is increasing. Many students are active in at least one activity or organization outside of class. These activities at the University of Missouri-Rolla range from design competition teams to professional societies, to non-varsity sports, and to special interest's groups Do students who have a high interest in education and learning find these activities more important than their coursework? What other traits could affect preference away from traditional coursework towards non-traditional extracurricular activities? Examination of selected traits could lead us to finding trends of preferences.
Ricke, Andreew, "Student Time Management: Student Characteristics Comparison Between Traditional Coursework and Extracurricular Activities" (2005). Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Experience Program (OURE). 164.