Applied Arts and Sciences

The Department of Applied Arts and Sciences (AASc) is a center of academic excellence for Missoula College students seeking an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree. We strive to guide students as they gain knowledge, values, and skills required in academic, professional, and civic communities. Beyond academic and professional goals, the department encourages students to become responsible members of a global and multicultural society.

 Students can pursue an AA or AS with multiple concentrations, as well as a Certificate of Chemical Addiction Studies and Certificate of General Studies.

Associate of Arts Degree

Students can complete degree concentrations in:

Associate of Science Degree

Students can complete degree concentrations in:


Students can complete a certificate in:

Degree Requirements

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To receive an Associate of Arts Degree or an Associate of Science Degree all students must successfully complete all the general education requirements as described by Montana Board of Regents policy 301.10, Appendix 1. Students preparing for a specific baccalaureate degree may decide to choose specific general education courses that meet the requirements for a major. The minimum grade average for the 60 credits required for graduation is 2.00 for all courses taken for the traditional letter grade (A-F) basis. To pass a general education course, students must earn a C- or better. Students may begin coursework in the autumn or spring.