Located in Missoula, Mont., the University of Montana is a public research university. Originally founded in 1893, the university now operates as the largest institution in the University of Montana System and as the flagship campus. The university is currently one of five ranked institutions among national universities for producing Rhodes Scholars. Along with Rhodes Scholars, the university has Truman Scholars, Goldwater Scholars, and Udall Scholars. In addition, the university also holds several other awards. The university is listed as a “Great Buy” according to the Princeton Review, and a “Top Producing College and University” by the Peace Corps.
Students of the University of Montana can earn associate and master’s degrees online along with several certificate programs. Programs offered include energy tech, educational leadership, public administration, public health, and several others. All academic programs focus on the student and his or her academic discoveries. The University of Montana operates as a national leader in research and provides students the opportunity to learn from a world-class institution. Learning is focused on theoretical and practical approaches. Students will learn through lectures, textbooks, and real-life experiences.
Since 1932, the University of Montana has been accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Students seeking admission into the University of Montana can submit their application online or by mailing it to the admissions office. Undergraduate students must submit a written statement of curriculum of all courses taken at the high school level. In addition, students need to submit their transcripts and SAT or ACT scores. Graduate students must submit their application along with any extra required material by their program deadline. Graduate students must submit their undergraduate transcripts and letters of recommendations to the university along with specific program materials.