Welcome to the Graduate School, where opportunities are endless!
Graduate programs at Montana Tech equip students with the ‘hands-on’ know how that will be essential to solve the vast societal challenges in energy, environment, materials, and health. Even as the sum total of documented STEM knowledge is now available at our fingertips, the answers to the emerging societal challenges require synthesis of new ideas. Thus, ingenuity, creativity, and entrepreneurship will be required of tomorrow’s STEM leaders, and Montana Tech strives to instill these attributes in our students.
The Montana Tech Graduate School is doubling down on its efforts to imbue programs with hands-on, applied, and experiential learning opportunities. Our thesis-based students will continue to work on ‘wicked moonshot’ problems that are at the interface of disciplines. Our distance students and adult learners will continue to be offered accessible, concentrated on-campus practicums. We will continue to grow and expand our offerings to meet the needs of the working professional in remote locations.
As a graduate student at Montana Tech, you will bring cutting-edge technology to environmental, health, and engineering challenges. You will work to solve trans-disciplinary endeavors, that have immediate local, regional, national and global impacts. We hope you will join us in growing Montana Tech’s legacy as “The University of Innovation and Opportunity."
Explore 22 master’s degree programs and specializations, and three Ph.D. programs.
Learn about the research areas our faculty specializes in.
Montana Tech graduate students participate in transformational programs where they apply their skills to become industry leaders, revolutionary researchers, and life-long learners.
Orediggers learn by doing. A graduate education a Montana Tech will take you into the field for hands-on experiential learning.
As a graduate student, your education will be translational. You'll take work from the lab, to be put into practice in the field.
Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellowships, consist of a one year scholarship payment of $10,000, with a full tuition waiver.
Research Assistants are funded on accounts allocated for research. A Graduate Teaching Assistant assists with student instruction.
If you need to take out loans to fund your education, you'll want to work with our Financial Aid specialists.
An Accelerated MS degree allows current undergraduates to simultaneously earn a graduate degree and qualify for special scholarships.
The Sloan Fellowship will provide a qualified Native American graduate student a stipend and opportunity for additional funding.
Explore programs tailored for remote learners, with flexibility and professional development in mind
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Dr. Jessica Daignault attended the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27) in Egypt.
Associate Professor Robin Bullock shared her expertise as a past project manager in mine closure with the Department of Energy.
Montana Tech students commanded the competition at the conference of the Pacific Northwest International Section (PNWIS) of the Air and Waste Management Association.
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Current Students: (406) 496-4102
Prospective Students: (406) 496-4781