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  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Highlands College


Dean: Dr. John M. Garic  
  (406) 496-3714
  Office: HC 100 A
   
Administrative Associate: Marilyn Patrick
  (406) 496-3711
  Office: HC 100C
  FAX:(406) 496-3710

Mission

Montana Tech’s Highlands College prepares traditional and non-traditional students for their personal and/or educational goals through the integration of technology, communications, problem solving, and technical skills.

We are committed to expand educational opportunities through:

  • Service learning with work-based activities.
  • A blend of theory and practice.
  • Alternative course delivery.
  • Computer literacy.

Institutional Objectives

  • Achieve individual employment goals.
  • Utilize effective communication and problem solving skills through traditional and technological resources.
  • Engage students in a service-learning environment.

Advisory Committees

Special advisory committees composed of representatives of business and industry meet periodically with the College’s administration and faculty to advise on the development and improvement of the specific training programs.

Compensatory Education

Students whose English and/or Mathematics preparation are insuffi cient to demonstrate profi ciency on the COMPASS test will be required to pass compensatory English and/or compensatory Mathematics before entry into the required related instruction of their chosen programs.

If a student tests into M 061 or M 090 for these programs: Accounting, Business, Medical Assistant, Radiologic, & Surgical Technology, then the student is highly encouraged to take M 090 or its equivalent during summer school in order to take M 095 for fall semester.

Associate of Science

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Programs

Associate of Science

Business Technology Business Technology Website

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Programs

Associate of Applied Science

Health Health Programs Website

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Programs

Associate of Applied Science

Certificate

Network Technology* Network Technology Website

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Programs

Associate of Applied Science

Certificate of Applied Science

Trades and Technical Trades & Technical Website

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Programs

Associate of Applied Science

Certificate

Certificate of Applied Science