Highlands College of Montana Tech

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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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Graduates of the Automotive Technology Programs will have the skill- set to enter into employment in the U.S. Automotive Industry. This program includes technical hands-on skills in gasoline and light duty engines; automatic and manual transmissions; up-to-date scanners, scopes, meters, probes for diagnostic analysis; diagnostic and re-charge of A/C systems; braking tools, lathes and application and four wheel alignments. Graduate will also learn soft skills required to be successful and complete in the U.S. Automotive industry including: safe and productive utilization of shop tools and machinery; automotive information and data retrieval using national databases; interpersonal communication techniques in individual and group settings and critical thinking skills.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Civil Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Graduates of this program are prepared to assist professional engineers in a wide variety of projects from transportation, to sewer and water supply, to material testing. The program has a strong math and science foundation reinforced with communication, computers, and area focused electives. Hands-on training provides the student with significant real world experience while enrolled in the program. This program is an excellent way for anyone interested in the engineering field to receive concentrated training in two years and be ready to enter the work force.

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Civil Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Graduates of this program are prepared to assist professional engineers in a wide variety of projects from transportation, to sewer and water supply, to material testing. The program has a strong math and science foundation reinforced with communication, computers, and area focused electives. Hands-on training provides the student with significant real world experience while enrolled in the program. This program is an excellent way for anyone interested in the engineering field to receive concentrated training in two years and be ready to enter the work force.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Civil Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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Graduates of this program are prepared to assist professional engineers in a wide variety of projects from transportation, to sewer and water supply, to material testing. The program has a strong math and science foundation reinforced with communication, computers, and area focused electives. Hands-on training provides the student with significant real world experience while enrolled in the program. This program is an excellent way for anyone interested in the engineering field to receive concentrated training in two years and be ready to enter the work force.

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Welder

Metal Fabrication, A.A.S.

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The Metals Fabrication program prepares students to work in an environment constructing projects such as utility trailers, pipelines, manufacturing, industrial construction, and repairing heavy equipment and with the ability to machine parts for aerospace, medical, mining and automotive.  Students are taught to produce these projects by drawing and following various blueprints, diagrams and specification. Products progress from the conceptual stage to completion by using ARC, GAS, MIG, TIG, and Plasma welding combined with lathe, milling and CNC machine applications.

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Metal Fabrication, A.A.S.

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The Metals Fabrication program prepares students to work in an environment constructing projects such as utility trailers, pipelines, manufacturing, industrial construction, and repairing heavy equipment and with the ability to machine parts for aerospace, medical, mining and automotive.  Students are taught to produce these projects by drawing and following various blueprints, diagrams and specification. Products progress from the conceptual stage to completion by using ARC, GAS, MIG, TIG, and Plasma welding combined with lathe, milling and CNC machine applications.

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Metal Fabricator

Metal Fabrication, A.A.S.

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The Metals Fabrication program prepares students to work in an environment constructing projects such as utility trailers, pipelines, manufacturing, industrial construction, and repairing heavy equipment and with the ability to machine parts for aerospace, medical, mining and automotive.  Students are taught to produce these projects by drawing and following various blueprints, diagrams and specification. Products progress from the conceptual stage to completion by using ARC, GAS, MIG, TIG, and Plasma welding combined with lathe, milling and CNC machine applications.

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Information Technology Industry

Information Security Analyst

Computer Networks and Cybersecurity

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The Computer Networks and Cybersecurity AAS degree prepares a student for a variety of Information Technology careers. Some coursework prepares for the student for the CCNA (Cisco Certified Networking Associate) certification exam, while other courses provide a variety of skills needed for the CompTIA A+ exam, Network+, and Linux+ exams.  Microsoft Server competencies are explored in great detail.  Additional general education requirements, along with computing and associated networking technology coursework, expands the student’s background to prepare them for additional opportunities and careers in the computer/networking field.

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Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Systems Analyst

Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Database Administrators

Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Software Developer

Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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IT Support Specialist

Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Web Development and Administration, A.A.S.

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The Web Development and Administration program will prepare students to utilize current and emerging web development tools. This degree will prepare technicians who are knowledgeable in computer support, network support, and be able to create and manage an organization’s web presence.  The degree is unique in that it has a major focus in the organization and management aspects of web sites as well as web page creation.  This degree can be completed in two years and graduates will work developing a new web presence or manage and administer previously designed sites.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

Machining Technology Certificate

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Students of the CAS in Machining Technology will learn the skills needed to earn the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) Certificates. These industry specific certifications demonstrate to employers that students have a particular aptitude and breadth of knowledge in machining.  This CAS is a 41 credit hour certificate. The structure of the program allows students to complete the required 41 credits by attending a Fall and Spring semesters, making this a program that students can expeditiously complete and enter the workforce with a valuable and legitimate college credential.  The CAS in Machining Technology will provide students the opportunity to learn the important aspects of the science and art of machining.

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Precision Machining Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science degree in Precision Machining Technology offers a broad training experience that prepares individuals for employment in the precision manufacturing industry.  Students learn to operate a variety of conventional machine tools, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, read and analyze engineering drawings and use precision measuring and inspection instruments.  The new computer automated manufacturing (CAM) lab uses Mastercam software to program the CNC equipment.  Students develop the skills required for employment in this highly technical field.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant, A.A.S.

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Medical Assistant training includes theory and practice associated with administrative and clinical skills needed to assist physicians with patient care. Administrative skills include: answering telephones, using computer applications to schedule patients and update pt. medical records; arranging hospital admissions, lab and radiological procedures; handling correspondence, billing, coding and bookkeeping. Clinical skills include: taking vital signs and patient histories, administering immunizations and medication, wound care, assisting with minor office surgery, instrument care and sterilization, drawing blood and performing CLIA waived lab tests and ECGs. Additionally, Medical Assistants must understand principles of medical ethics and medical legal issues.

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Radiology Tech

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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In the fall of 2004, Montana Tech College of Technology began meeting the needs of Butte and the State of Montana by offering an Associate of Applied Science of Radiologic Technology. To meet these needs, the Health Programs Department is providing students with advanced education to meet the demands of the ever-changing radiologic field. The educational requirements are derived from the standards of several national organizations, including the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) to provide an education that will maintain continuity among radiologic professionals. Radiologic Technologists use x-ray equipment to produce images of tissue, organs, bones, and vessels of the body. These medical professionals perform diagnostic imaging examinations. Work settings vary from large hospitals, to suburban outpatient clinics, to rural physician offices.

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Contact Phone Number

406-496-3711

Address

25 Basin Creek Rd
Butte, MT 59701
United States