Experience One facilitates meaningful, productive relationships between students and faculty in a real-world learning environment. A degree from Montana Western means students earned invaluable experience in addition to academic achievement giving them an advantage upon entering the competitive job market or graduate school.
Professors teach one class at a time and are able to give their full focus to students. Students, in turn, devote their focus to mastering one subject at a time. Class sizes are kept small and are taught by full-time faculty with terminal degrees.
Regular comprehensive internal program reviews ensure these commitments to innovation and student success are continually met. (Click for a complete PDF of Standard Two.)
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University of Montana Western English professor Alan Weltzien is a champion of Montana literature.
For the third time in as many years, Montana Western has a Carnegie Foundation Professor of the Year.
With a post-graduation job already secured in the equine industry, Kara Einarson’s career is off to a promising start.
Diana Taylor is pursuing an early childhood education degree to enrich her life and bolster her skills for her job at a Head Start in Butte, Mont.
The Carnegie Foundation's 2009 U.S. Professor of the Year is taking Montana Western's experiential learning to the national stage.