Top Engineering Schools in Montana

Short for Montana, MT is a state located in United States of America. On this site, we offer detailed profile of top engineering schools in the state of Montana. Please follow the links below to find admissions information of each college of engineering in Montana or see brief enrollment information on the following table.

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Engineering schools in Montana offer a wide variety of engineering programs and degrees. The University of Montana has the state’s only accredited engineering program, offering bachelor’s degrees in civil, computer, electrical and mechanical engineering. Montana State University offers bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering, civil engineering, and computer engineering. Other universities in the state offer various certificate and associate degree programs in areas such as electronics technology, industrial technology, and manufacturing technology. All of these programs prepare students for entry-level positions or to pursue a graduate degree. In addition to classroom instruction and laboratory work, students may have the opportunity to participate in research projects or internships with local companies or organizations.

Montana State University College of Engineering

Montana State University College of Engineering

2022-2023 Enrollment PO Box 173820, Bozeman, MT 59717
Total graduate engineering enrollment 169
Master’s degree full-time 49
Master’s degree part-time 74
Ph.D. full-time 14
Ph.D. part-time 32
2019 Graduates
Total graduates 50
Total number of master’s graduates 39
Percent international master’s graduates 5.1%
Percent minority master’s graduates 15.4%
Percent female master’s graduates 7.7%
Total number of Ph.D. graduates 11
Percent international Ph.D. graduates 18.2%
Percent minority Ph.D. graduates 27.3%
Percent female Ph.D. graduates 18.2%
Program Offerings
Programs/courses offered biomedical, chemical, civil, computer engineering, computer science, electrical, engineering management, environmental, manufacturing, materials, mechanical, other