College of Letters, Sciences, & Professional Studies
What arouses your curiosity? Ignites your interest? Fires your imagination?
One of our academic majors might just be right for you. Immerse yourself in a rigorous program of study that will keep your mind engaged for a lifetime.
You’ll have small, interactive classes led by accomplished faculty. You’ll learn from professors who understand both theory and the practical applications of their discipline. Professors who push back the walls of the classroom to extend your learning experience and to make sure you’re well prepared for a career or graduate school.
Meet Our Faculty
Faculty do more to determine the quality of your college experience than anyone. In the College of Letters, Sciences, and Professional Studies, you’ll find dedicated and knowledgeable faculty members, whose first priority is to give you an outstanding education that prepares you for success.
If you’re passionate about research, consider an undergraduate research project (URP) supported by grants from industry, the National Science Foundation, and the University. You can even earn a stipend!
If you’ve already earned your baccalaureate degree and are seeking entry to graduate school, start at Montana Tech. Two majors in the College of Letters, Sciences, and Professional Studies are available as master’s programs.
- M.S. Degree in Geoscience (Geochemistry Option)
- Master of Science in Technical Communication
Accreditation varies by department. Please visit each program page for accreditation information.
Ready to Know More?
Give us a call at 1.800.445.TECH or send an email to email@example.com. Schedule a visit to see for yourself if Montana Tech is right for you.
Montana Tech Liberal Studies Professor Robert Ziegler has a new book – Satanism, Magic, and Mysticism in Fin-de-siècle France. In his book, Professor Ziegler explores how, in response to the spread of Republicanism and science, turn-of-the-century France witnessed a powerful movement toward mysticism, magic, and devil worship.
Montana Tech student Robert Hark has been awarded a 2012 Goldwater Scholarship. Mrs. Peggy Goldwater Clay announced that the Trustees awarded 282 scholarships for the 2012–2013 academic year to undergraduate sophomores and juniors from the United States.