CLSPS

College of Letters, Sciences, and Professional Studies (CLSPS)

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.



$47,000 median starting salary for graduates in the college of letters, sciences, and professional studies, 2016$47,000
Median Starting Salary for Graduates in the College of Letters, Sciences, and Professional Studies
computer science

Computer Science

Computer Science

Create challenging and cutting edge computing career possibilities by earning a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Software Engineering.

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chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry

Several areas of specialization are available at the undergraduate level. Each area is designed to enhance knowledge in the special area while maintaining a strong chemical orientation.

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software engineering

Software Engineering

Software Engineering

Create challenging and cutting edge computing career possibilities by earning a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Software Engineering.

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Health Care Informatics

Health Care Informatics

Health Care Informatics

Learn to bridge the technology gap between health care professionals and those who manage the complex information systems.

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geochemistry

Geochemistry

Geochemistry

Learn the fundamentals of the central science studying in the Professional Track specializing in the Geology/Geochemistry options

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statistics

Statistics

Statistics

The field of Statistics is concerned with describing, modeling, and predicting populations in the presence of uncertainty.

Learn more about our statistics degree.
biology

Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

Biology at Montana Tech is a gateway to expansive possibilities in medicine, veterinary medicine, wildlife biology or graduate school.

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nursing

Nursing

Nursing

Enter the exciting world of health care by becoming a registered nurse at Montana Tech.

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general science

General Science

General Science

Explore a wide range of science courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology in preparation for careers in many modern science fields.

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Business Information Technology

Business Information Technology

Business Information Technology

The undergraduate business program at Montana Tech is designed to supplement traditional business course work with state of the art information technology.

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liberal studies

Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies

The Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (IAS) program provides a well-rounded and multidisciplinary education.

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mathematical sciences

Mathematical Sciences

Mathematical Sciences

The Montana Tech Mathematics Department prepares students for in-demand, high-paying careers.

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professional and technical communications

Professional and Technical Communication

Professional and Technical Communication

This field includes technical writers, editors, graphic designers, videographers, multimedia artists, and web developers.

Explore the Professional and Technical Communications Options
data science

Data Science

Data Science

Montana Tech offers the only standalone Bachelor of Science in Data Science and Data Science Certificate in Montana.

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network technology

Network Technology

Network Technology

Our degree offerings provide a quality education that develops skills necessary to design, develop and support computer networks.

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elementary and secondary education

Elementary and Secondary Education

Elementary and Secondary Education

Programs are in place that allow students to prepare to become either Elementary Educators or Secondary Educators.

See what your options are.
pre-professional health

Pre-Professional Health

Pre-Professional Health

The gateway to a career in health and medicine.

Learn about the many options in the health care.
Writing Department Montana Tech

Writing

Writing

The Writing Program aims to develop and improve the ability of all students to communicate effectively in their academic and professional endeavors.

Read more about our Writing Department

Master of Science

Pre-Professional Prep.

Meet Our Faculty 

Faculty do more to determine the quality of your college experience than anyone. Here you will find dedicated and knowledgeable faculty, whose first priority is to give you an outstanding education that prepares you for success.

Undergraduate Research

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!

Graduate School

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.

Accreditation

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 (8324) or send an email to enrollment@mtech.edu. Schedule a visit to see for yourself if Montana Tech is right for you.