Pursue Your Dreams with a Strong Foundation
Gain Universal Skills
Kickstart Your Education
- Continue to a Bachelor’s Degree. With Missoula College’s integrated transfer process, you can apply your associate credits to a University of Montana bachelor’s program.
- A Multitude of Career Options. Our degrees give you the sought-after, college-level skills employers value.
What Makes Us Unique?
No matter your experience, the AA/AS program provides a foundation for success. Optimized for transfer students and U.S. military students, the program accepts up to 30 hours of transfer credits.
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- Gain the skills you need and transfer credits to a baccalaureate program with Missoula’s integrated process
- Make yourself more competitive in the job market for higher earning potential
- Demonstrate college-level academic, critical thinking and intercultural skills
- Become an informed, ethical and engaged citizen of local and global communities
- Become acquainted with issues facing contemporary society
- Develop an understanding of science and technology
- Cultivate an appreciation of the humanities
- Examine the history of different American and global cultures
In-Demand Universal Career Skills
Jumpstart Your Career with a Flexible Degree
An associate degree is an affordable way to lay the foundation for your further study and your future career. Your AA/AS degree can make you more competitive in the job market and help you demonstrate the college-level academic, critical thinking, and intercultural skills that employers and bachelor’s degree programs want.
- An Associate in Arts (AA) prepares you with an introduction to history, business and communication.
- An Associate in Science (AS) introduces you to skills needed for careers in science, nursing and engineering.
- Many career paths are available to graduates with a two-year degree, including some positions in information technology, healthcare, education and more.1
University of Montana’s Missoula College Career Services
What You’ll Learn
- Theorize about what problems and issues clients and communities are dealing with
- Develop and analyze policy with a social justice lens
- Become a research practitioner and start to develop evidence-based practices
- Fight against racism and oppression
- Critical and analytical skills
- Clinical and micro skills
- Community and organizational macro skills