University of Montana Academics
University of Montana offers undergraduate and graduate programs and technical certifications to more than 11,000 students, all of whom contribute their passion and practicality toward stewardship and sustainability for the world around us. A top-ranked R-1 research university, Montana’s impact is felt locally and globally, with Grizzlies going on to find success at home and abroad in whatever career they choose.
The University of Montana has been accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities since 1932. Learn more about UM's accreditation.
UM Degrees, Majors, Minors, Concentrations and Certificates
Check out all of University of Montana's undergraduate degree programs. Whether looking for a four-year bachelor's, a two-year associate's or even a certificate to upgrade your skills and accelerate your career, we've got you covered!
The University of Montana’s graduate programs offer a rich academic experience, a creative and inclusive environment and the opportunity to engage in innovative research. Make a meaningful impact in your field of study as a graduate student at UM.
UMOnline - Supporting Grizzlies Wherever they Roam
Looking to earn a degree entirely online? Interested in adding an additional certification to your current degree? Or maybe you'd like to expand your knowledge on a specific topic through a non-credit class. Our specially curated online degree offerings may be just the ticket!
UM Student Resources
Student Success at UM provides programs and services to help you transition into college, progress in your area of study and graduate a timely manner. We are your partner in academic success and personal development during your time at UM.
Through small discussion-based classes, interdisciplinary coursework, internships, study abroad, and field-based and service learning experiences, Davidson Honors College students engage in a world-class undergraduate education.
Build leadership skills as you address complex, real-world challenges locally and around the world relating to issues such as public health, sustainability and inequality. This 12-credit certificate can be added to any UM major.