Highlands College is home to all Montana Tech career-ready and transfer programs that help build the workforce we need to better lives in Butte and Montana.
From certificates and associate degrees to community education and customized training, Highlands offers you today’s relevant hands-on professional programs leading to tomorrow's important jobs. We continue to pursue industry-specific partnerships locally, giving you even more opportunities for employment.
At Highlands, you can complete a degree designed to help you enter the workforce immediately or earn credits for transfer into a four-year degree program. Regardless of your motivation, you’ll benefit from focused, skills-based instruction with profession-tested faculty, dedicated and helpful staff, and exceptionally affordable tuition.
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If you want a great start before transferring to a four-year degree program at Montana Tech, the Associate of Science (AS) Degree is designed for you as a two-year (four semester) program.
If you love to work with your hands and have a mind to solve problems, a career as an automotive technician may be for you.
The graduates of this program assist professional engineers in a many projects from transportation, to sewer and water supply, to environmental solutions.
Students are prepared for construction industry careers through course work, service-learning projects, and through community service.
Students are prepared to work in an environment constructing projects such as utility trailers, pipelines, manufacturing, industrial construction, and more.
This one-semester certificate program prepares students for groundman and apprentice positions within the line trade.
Train for a career as a machinist with talented instructors and industry-leading tools.
Highlands College’s customizable training programs are designed to the business’s needs in mind.
Earn a two-year associate of applied science (AAS) degree and acquire marketable skills in web development and administration
Welding is a high-tech industry that can take you all over the world.
A career in radiologic technology can lead in many directions, and there is strong demand for work.
As a high school student, you can learn valuable college credit through our Big Sky Pathways and by taking college coursework today.
You'll be prepared for a variety of in-demand Information Technology careers by earning Montana Tech's Computer Networks and Cybersecurity A.A.S.