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Highlands College

Highlands College of Montana Tech is a small school that enjoys the luxuries of a beautiful setting, fine instructional faculty, and a warm, supportive learning environment.

We serve the Greater Butte Region through our associate degree and certificate programs, continuing education, and customized training.  Complete a degree designed to help you enter the workforce immediately, or earn credits that may be transferred to a 4-year degree program.  Here you will find quality education, dedicated faculty and staff, small class sizes, individual attention, student services, and exceptionally affordable tuition.

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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE

The Associate of Science (AS) Degree is designed for students who are interested in transferring to a four-year degree program at Montana Tech or other university. Depending upon your interests, the Montana University System and Highlands College provide ways to you to help you reach your academic goal. The AS degree is a two-year (four semester) program.

BUSINESS & ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGY

Earn a one-year certificate of applied science (CAS) or two-year associate of applied science (AAS) degree in business and accounting fields.  Coursework may be applied toward a 4-year degree in Business at the North Campus.

HEALTH PROGRAMS

Join one of the fastest-growing job fields by earning a two-year associate of applied science degree (AAS) or a certification program in health care.

NETWORK TECHNOLOGY

Gain essential knowledge and job skills as you earn a one-year certificate of applied science (CAS) or two-year associate of applied science (AAS) degree in this rapidly growing field.  Coursework may be applied toward a 4-year degree in Network Technology at the North Campus.

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

Develop practical job skills through hands-on experience in the lab and in the field. Choose from among the following certificate, certificate of applied science (CAS) or two-year associate of applied science (AAS) degree programs.