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University of Montana

School Profile

  • University of MontanaPublic Four-year Liberal Arts College/University in Missoula, MT
  • Acceptance Rate: 96%
  • Accreditation: Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges

Enrollment Statistics

Undergraduate Students Who are Seeking Degree: 12,196

Degree Programs Offered and Courses List

  • Associate of Accounting
  • Associate of Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Associate of Data Processing Technology
  • Associate of Diesel Mechanics
  • Associate of Electrical Engineering Technologies
  • Associate of Human Resources Management
  • Associate of Legal Administrative Assistance
  • Associate of Medical Administrative Assistance
  • Associate of Medical Assistance
  • Associate of Medical Transcription
  • Associate of Nursing - Practical
  • Associate of Office Management
  • Associate of Paralegal/Legal Assistance
  • Associate of Respiratory Therapy
  • Associate of Surgical Technology
  • Bachelor of Anthropology
  • Bachelor of Art - General
  • Bachelor of Art History/Criticism/Conservation
  • Bachelor of Art Teacher Education
  • Bachelor of Arts - General
  • Bachelor of Asian Studies
  • Bachelor of Athletic Training/Sports Medicine
  • Bachelor of Bacteriology
  • Bachelor of Biology
  • Bachelor of Biology Teacher Education
  • Bachelor of Botany
  • Bachelor of Broadcast Journalism
  • Bachelor of Business - General
  • Bachelor of Business Administration/Management
  • Bachelor of Business Teacher Education
  • Bachelor of Cartography
  • Bachelor of Cellular/Molecular Biology
  • Bachelor of Chemistry
  • Bachelor of City/Community/Regional Planning
  • Bachelor of Classics
  • Bachelor of Clinical Laboratory Science
  • Bachelor of Communications/Rhetoric
  • Bachelor of Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Criminology
  • Bachelor of Dance
  • Bachelor of Drama/Theater Arts
  • Bachelor of Economics
  • Bachelor of Education - General
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of English Language & Literature - General
  • Bachelor of English Teacher Education
  • Bachelor of Exercise Sciences
  • Bachelor of Finance/Banking
  • Bachelor of Forestry - General
  • Bachelor of French
  • Bachelor of Geography
  • Bachelor of Geology
  • Bachelor of German
  • Bachelor of Health/Physical Fitness
  • Bachelor of History - General
  • Bachelor of International Business
  • Bachelor of International Relations
  • Bachelor of Japanese
  • Bachelor of Journalism
  • Bachelor of Latin
  • Bachelor of Management Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Mathematics - General
  • Bachelor of Mathematics Education
  • Bachelor of Mathematics/Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Music - General
  • Bachelor of Music - General Performance
  • Bachelor of Music Teacher Education
  • Bachelor of Music Theory/Composition
  • Bachelor of Native American Studies
  • Bachelor of Natural Resources & Conservation - General
  • Bachelor of Parks/Leisure Facilities Management
  • Bachelor of Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Physics
  • Bachelor of Political Science/Government
  • Bachelor of Psychology - General
  • Bachelor of Russian
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education
  • Bachelor of Social Work
  • Bachelor of Sociology
  • Bachelor of Spanish
  • Bachelor of Speech/Rhetorical Studies
  • Bachelor of Wildlife/Wilderness Management
  • Bachelor of Women's Studies
  • Bachelor of Zoology
  • Certificate of Community Organization/Advocacy
  • Certificate of Cosmetology
  • Certificate of Industrial Equipment Maintenance/Repair
  • Certificate of Pharmacy Assistance
  • Certificate of Sales and Distribution

Online Degrees and Certificates

  • Online Undergraduate Courses
  • Undergraduate Distance Class
  • Online Associate's Degrees
  • Online Bachelor's Degrees
  • Online Graduate Courses
  • Graduate Distance Class
  • Online Master's Degrees
  • Online Doctoral Degrees


  • In-state tuition and fees: $5,330
  • Out-of-state tuition and fees: $17,763

International Students Admissions Requirements

  • TOEFL: required for international applicants
  • Minimum Paper-Based TOEFL score: 500
  • Minimum Computer-Based TOEFL score: 173
  • TOEFL (paper) average score: 525


Member: NCAA
Team name: Grizzlies


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  • Ranked #166 Part-time M.B.A.
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  • Ranked #92 Biological Sciences
  • Ranked #129 Chemistry
  • Ranked #116 Clinical Psychology
  • Ranked #81 Earth Sciences
  • Ranked #106 Fine Arts
  • Ranked #46 Pharmacy
  • Ranked #41 Physical Therapy
  • Ranked #132 Psychology
  • Ranked #82 Social Work
  • Ranked #23 Admissions Selectivity(U.S. News Top Online Programs Rankings )
  • Ranked #41 Faculty Credentials and Training(U.S. News Top Online Programs Rankings )
  • Ranked #100 Student Engagement and Accreditation(U.S. News Top Online Programs Rankings )
  • Ranked #30 Student Services and Technology

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Admissions Address

Lommasson Center 103
Missoula, MT 59812
(406) 243-6266
(800) 462-8636
Fax: (406) 243-5711
Contact: Jed Liston
Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Services


Admission Requirements
Admission interview Neither required/recommended
Campus visit Recommended
Off-campus interviews N/A
Open admission policy No
College uses SAT or ACT scores in admissions decisions for first-time, first-year applicants Yes
Required standardized tests Either SAT or ACT
ACT with Writing Test ACT with writing test recommended
SAT/ACT scores must be received by July 1
SAT Subject Test scores must be received by N/A
SAT essay used in admissions
For placement
For advising
ACT essay used in admissions
For placement
For advising
Applicants' test scores used for placement Yes
Applicants' test scores used for counseling Yes
High school completion requirements High school diploma is required and GED is accepted
General college-preparatory program Require
Special requirements for admission to specific programs N/A
Special programs/policies for students with academic deficiencies or economic disadvantages
Early admission of high school students No

Academic Factors Considered
Rigor of secondary school record Very Important
Class rank Very Important
GPA Very Important
Standardized test scores Very Important
Application essay Considered
Recommendations Considered
SAT subject tests N/A
Required/Recommended SAT subject tests N/A

Nonacademic Factors Considered
Interview Not Considered
Extracurricular activities Important
Talent/ability Important
Character/personal qualities Not Considered
First-generation college student N/A
Alumni/alumnae relations Not Considered
Geographical residence Not Considered
State residency Not Considered
Religious affiliation/commitment Not Considered
Race/ethnicity Not Considered
Volunteer work Not Considered
Work experience Not Considered
Applicant's interest level N/A

Required High School Course Work
English units 4
Foreign Language units N/A
History units N/A
Math units 3
Science units 2
Science lab units 2
Social studies units 3
Academic electives 2
Total units required N/A

AP & IB Use
AP tests may be used for Credit only
AP scores accepted 3, 4, 5
IB exams may be used for Credit only

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