academics at Montana Tech

Academics

At Montana Tech, you can truly find the right future for you. While we are nationally-recognized for STEM programs and offer the largest nursing major in the state, Montana Tech has a wide range of potential paths for you to consider.

Our engineering and science programs lead to careers that can change the world through technology. Any of our high-demand nursing and health fields prepare you for careers in caring. Graduate programs extend what you know in new and exhilarating ways. And Highlands programs in all things workforce and trades can make a difference in your life and others’ immediately.

Explore all of our future-focused academic options here.  Find your true calling. Here. Now.

Problem-Solver: Montana Tech alum Kathy Arnold
associate's degrees and certificates

Highlands College

Pursue job training and career education in a wide-range of fields so that you can be part of the workforce that betters our lives in Montana.

  • Trades and Technology
    • Automotive Technology
    • Civil Engineering Technology
    • Construction Technology – Carpentry
    • Metals Fabrication Technology
    • Pre-Apprentice Line Program
    • Precision Machining Technology
    • Welding Technology
Visit Highlands College web pages.

Academic Advising

Montana Tech offers you exceptional academic guidance. Learn about academic advising.


Center for Academic Innovation

offers support, fosters opportunities in innovative teaching & learning, including distance learning resources.

Course Catalog

Montana Technological University has a lot to offer.
Explore the course catalog.

Honors Program

Take a Montana Tech education to new heights. Find out more about our Honors Program.

Public Lecture Series

Fascinating guest speakers come to campus each year. Check out the Public Lecture Series.

Tutoring

Montana Tech provides academic help if you need it. Explore our tutoring resources.

Assessment

Academic programs are constantly reviewed. Find out more about assessment.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Students connect with research throughout Montana. Learn about I.C.N.