School of Mines and Engineering (SME)
Montana Technological University’s School of Mines and Engineering has a century-long history of educating graduates to solve some of the world's most challenging and complex problems. Our world-class faculty brings significant real-world experience to classrooms and labs, works with you in hands-on discovery, and collaborates on research. All of our undergraduate programs are ABET-accredited. Benefiting this robust education, you can work with some of the world's most elite and prestigious companies. Our graduates have enjoyed a long tradition of nearly 100% career outcome rates—an extraordinary success today.
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Prepares students for careers in Transportation Engineering, Construction Engineering, or Structural Engineering.
Create cutting edge computing career possibilities by earning a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Software Engineering.
Electrical engineering is the largest engineering discipline in the world serving nearly every modern industry.
Air and water pollution control, hazardous wastes, soils remediation, pollution prevention, and land reclamation.
Explore our state-of-the-art triaxial testing lab, underground mine, geo-technical engineering and groundwater modeling software
Mechanical Engineering focuses on four areas, Control Systems, Nanotechnology, Mechanical Design, and Welding.
Encompasses five disciplines in minerals, metals and materials processing and manufacturing.
Design, construct, and manage surface and underground mines around the world with a degree in Mining Engineering.
Develop an in-depth understanding of natural resource recovery, the economics of the industry, and respect for the environment.
High quality science and technology curricula preparing students for successful safety and health careers.
Both bachelor’s and master’s degrees are granted in most SME programs. We also offer Ph.D. degrees in Materials Science and Earth Science and Engineering. All of our undergraduate engineering programs are accredited by the ABET EAC commission. The ABET CAC commission accredits our Computer Science program, and the ABET ANSAC commission accredits our Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Safety and Health programs.
With Montana as your laboratory, you can pursue research in a topic you're passionate about. Your project will be supported by grants from industry, the National Science Foundation, and the University. And students with approved projects earn a stipend, too!
While the University is already recognized for our strong value, many scholarships are available solely for School of Mines and Engineering students. You may be eligible to save up to thousands of dollars each year in tuition costs.
Montana Technology University has thousands of graduates working across the country and around the world in a wide range of industries. By tapping into this network and their experiences, you’ll be empowered to change the world in your own way.
School of Mines and Engineering Mission Statement
The mission of the School of Mines and Engineering is to
- provide a quality undergraduate education that prepares graduates to practice their discipline at the professional level and to be leaders within their chosen field;
- provide a quality graduate education that enables graduates to solve advanced problems within their discipline;
- create and disseminate new knowledge that solves problems for the betterment of the world, the nation, and the state of Montana.
Our primary foci are the
- safe and reliable development and use of natural resources;
- safe and reliable development and delivery of energy;
- development of new materials and material applications.
Our disciplines include a wide array of engineering programs.