Montana Tech is home to nationally and regionally ranked programs in engineering, sciences, and health care. The Lance College of Mines & Engineering offers top programs in engineering and other in-demand STEM fields of study.The College of Letters, Sciences & Professional Studies is home to Montana's #1 BSN nursing program, and pre-professional health options. The Graduate School is research-oriented, and a perfect fit for students who strive to become leaders through a master's or Ph.D. degree. Highlands College is home to popular career-oriented 2-year and 1-year programs.The Sherry Lesar School of Nursing boasts accolades such as Top BSN Nursing School in Montana as well as the Top RN to BSN Program in Montana.
Our admissions and financial aid representatives work to help you get the best STEM education at the most affordable price. Your representatives will get to know you, and your goals, and have a vested interest in helping you achieve them. That's probably why 90% of our undergraduates receive grants or scholarships, which are separate from loans, and do not put students into debt. Our students graduate with less debt than other institutions. That is one of the many reasons Montana Tech is the #1 university in the state on the 2022 Forbes' Top 500 College list, which emphasizes return-on-investment. Apply today and schedule a campus visit, where you will meet with faculty and representatives who can help you plan your future.
Montana Tech is nestled along the Continental Divide, in the outdoor paradise of the Rocky Mountains, with plenty of surrounding public land to explore. You'll have the opportunity to make lifelong connections, and learn the importance of work-life balance early on. The Career Services Office will help keep you grounded with an eye on the future, with plenty of summer internship and employment opportunities.
Montana Tech is led by innovators. Research is conducted in partnership with some of the world's most respected entities, like the National Science Foundation and DEVCOM ARL laboratory. Research entities include: The Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP), the Center for Environmental Remediation and Assessment (CERA), the High Performance Computing Cluster (HPC), the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (MBMG) and the Underground Mine Education Center (UMEC).
Founded in 1900 as the Montana State School of Mines, Montana Technological University is the leading STEM institution in the Rocky Mountain West. The University was founded to help fill the growing need for resources managers and engineers, and it has stayed true to that objective throughout its long history. Montana Tech's programs consistently top national, regional and state rankings that measure return-on-investment or performance on professional licensure examinations. Graduates receive a high-quality STEM education, and enjoy excellent career placement rates into in-demand fields.