About Missoula College
At a Glance
Missoula College, the two-year unit of the University of Montana, provides outstanding occupational and technical education covering 35 programs. Areas of study include business and health care professions, applied computing and electronics, and energy and industrial technologies. An Associate of Arts general education program is also available to students desiring a transfer degree for a baccalaureate degree program. Most programs begin in the fall with some programs offering spring entry.
Students completing two and three-semester programs in the career and technical programs earn a Certificate of Applied Science degree, while students completing four-semester programs earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.. Students in the Registered Nursing program earn an Associate of Science degree; General Studies students earn an Associate of Arts degree. Workforce development programs are also offered through the College’s Outreach Department.
Nickname: Missoula College
Affiliation: University of Montana
Accreditation: University of Montana is fully accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Founded: Originally founded in 1956. Missoula College became part of The University of Montana in 1994.
Total Enrollment: 2,090 (Fall 2016)
Certificate and Degrees
- Certificate of Applied Science
- Associate of Arts (transfer degree)
- Associate of Applied Science
- Associate of Science (Registered Nursing only)
- First Two Years of Bachelor of Applied Science
Academic Departments: 5
- Department of Applied Arts and Sciences
- Department of Applied Computing and Engineering Technology
- Department of Business Technology
- Department of Health Professions
- Department Industrial Technology