The Associate of Applied Science and Certificate of Applied Science programs in the College of Technology are designed to lead an individual directly to employment in a specific career path. In some instances, particularly in allied health, the degree is a prerequisite for taking a licensing examination. Students may pursue a baccalaureate degree at the University of Montana after completing an AAS degree through a Bachelor of Applied Science degree plan. The Associate of Arts degree is a University of Montana transfer degree which offers students the opportunity to complete a 60 credit transfer degree toward completing a baccalaureate degree at the University of Montana or other accredited institutions of higher education.
To be eligible for admission, students must have graduated from an accredited high school or passed the GED. Students admitted to the College of Technology who wish to enroll in courses at the mountain campus must meet the admission requirements of the main campus.
How to Apply
Applications are available from Enrollment Services-Admissions or the College of Technology by request or are available on the University website at http://admissions.umt.edu/apply.html.
An application for admission is complete when the College of Technology receives the credentials described below.
Critical Information Required Prior to Advising and Completion of Registration:
All students are required to take either the ACT, SAT or Compass-E-Write test and submit scores (associated with writing) to the Admissions Office.Montana students may submit the Montana University System Writing Assessment Score (MUSWA) in lieu of these tests.
In addition to providing the required placement scores for writing courses, the academic departments of the College of Technology require course placement information for math courses. Students must provide ALEKS placement score information or transfer course approval. This information is critical to the advising process and the student registration process; neither of which will be completed without the information being supplied prior to the process.
When to Apply
Applications are considered on a first come, first-served basis. The College of Technology will notify applicants of their status once their application has been processed.