Special Academic Programs

Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, College Level Examination Program, Global Assessment Certificate Scores

The University of Montana has established programs through which students may earn credit toward graduation and, at the same time, decrease the cost and time required for standard undergraduate study. http://admissions.umt.edu/apply/advanced-credits/default.php

Dual Credit Program

The Dual Credit Program enables high school juniors and seniors of outstanding ability to earn college credit in certain high school courses.  Students must have approval from their high school counselor/principal and parent/guardian if under age 18.  For information, contact the Missoula College at (406) 243-7828.

High School Pilot Program

Area high school juniors and seniors of outstanding ability can enroll in University classes under the High School Pilot Program. Students must have approval from their high school counselor/principal and parent/guardian if under age 18.High school students earn college credit, receive an early introduction to University opportunities and are able to develop skills and knowledge beyond the high school level. For more information, contact the Coordinator of the High School Pilot Program, Enrollment Services-Admissions, Lommasson Center 101, The University of Montana-Missoula, Missoula, MT 59812 or phone (406) 243-6266. For opportunities in the Missoula College, phone (406) 243-7828.

Honors College- How do I apply to the Davidson’s Honor College?

Students apply directly to the Honors College.  Information can be found at their website at www.umt.edu/dhc.

National Student Exchange- What is NSE?  How do I find out more about it?

The National Student Exchange offers the student an opportunity to study at other participating colleges & universities.  Contact the NSE Coordinator (Room 101) in Enrollment Services for information.

Western Undergraduate Exchange- What is WUE?  Where do I find out more about it?

The Western Undergraduate Exchange Program is administered as a scholarship program.  Contact the WUE Coordinator (Room 101) in Enrollment Services-Admissions.

Was this helpful?
0 reviews

Details

Article ID: 63204
Created
Fri 9/28/18 12:26 PM
Modified
Mon 10/1/18 2:41 PM