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The University of Montana

Academics and Majors

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Nestled in beautiful Missoula, The University of Montana is “a great place to live, work, and study.” Indeed, Montana’s awesome location and solid reputa­tion coupled with low in-state tuition make it “hard to beat.” Moreover, while it has a substantial number of students, we’re assured that you’re never “just a number” here. Undergrads also apprec... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

Lommasson Center 103

Missoula, MT 59812

United States

Phone: 406-243-6266

Fax: 406-243-5711

Website

Majors & Special Programs
Academic Rating: 74
Most Popular Majors: Business Administration and Management, General
Natural Resources Conservation and Research
Natural Resources Conservation and Research, Other
Psychology, General
All Majors: Accounting
Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping
Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science, General
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching
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Degrees Offered: Certificate
Associate
Terminal Associate
Bachelor's
Post-Bachelor's certificate
Master's
Post-Master's certificate
Combined Degree Programs: BA/JD
Other Joint Degree Programs: JD/MBA, MBA/PharmD, JD/MPA
Special Study Options: Cooperative
Cross Registration
Distance Learning
Double Major
Dual Enrollment
ESL
Exchange Student
External Degree
Honors Program
IndependentStudy
Internship
Study Abroad
Teacher Certification

Other Special Study Options:
Bachelor of Nursing in Missoula in cooperation with Montana State University-Bozeman; and 2 + 2 Engineering bachelor's program involving 2 years at UM (pre-engineering) and 2 years at Montana Tech of UM in Butte (engineering specialty). UM and Montana Tech "2 + 2 Program" in Engineering: four-year engineering degree program in which students spend two years at UM (pre-engineering and/or general) and then two years at Montana Tech in Butte (engineering) to complete the degree.
Required Coursework: Arts/fine arts
English (including composition)
Foreign languages
History
Humanities
Mathematics
Sciences (biological or physical)
Social science

Other required coursework:
Ethical and human values, foreign language and symbolic systems, historical and cultural studies.
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Online Courses
Online Courses Offered:Yes

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Faculty & Class Information
Student Faculty Ratio:18:1
Total Faculty:885
     Minority:72
     Women:378
     Men:507
     International:10
Full-time & part-time faculty with Phds:509
Classes Taught by TAs:9%
Most Frequent Class Size:10 - 19
Most Frequent Lab & Sub-Section Size:10 - 19
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Key Statistics

Academics & Majors

  • Academic Rating:
    74
  • Academic Calendar:
    Semester
  • Student Faculty Ratio:
    18:1
  • Total Faculty:
    885
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