Y ou and your children don’t have to go far to further your education beyond high school. Great Falls offers several strong post-secondary options. You can get a four-year degree from University of Great Falls. Perhaps you are looking for practical programs or a technical certificate. The Great Falls College Montana State University will fit that bill. You can even pursue an MBA through the Malmstrom Air Force Base education center.
University of Providence | www.uprovidence.edu/
Founded in 1932, the University of Providence is a private Catholic university. The Sisters of Providence sponsor and operate University of Providence under the jurisdiction of the Catholic bishop of Great Falls-Billings.
Park University via Malmstrom Air Force Base | www.park.edu/MALM
Malmstrom Air Force Base Education Center offers 19 different degrees for associates and bachelor’s degrees and an MBA program in through Park University. Civilians are able to participate in the program, you just need to work with Park University to get a base pass.
Great Falls College Montana State University | www.gfcmsu.edu
Great Falls College MSU (GFC MSU) is a two-year institution of higher education within the Montana University System. The mission of the college is to educate and inspire you. GFC MSU delivers high quality and relevant education.
The college actively engages with its regional industry partners to support employers with a highly skilled, educated workforce and provides both credit and non-credit opportunities for residents in the region to upgrade or learn new skills.
Students come to Great Falls College MSU to start their postsecondary education and continue to a bachelor’s or graduate degree through our higher education partners. Small class sizes and lower tuition costs are just a couple of the many reasons Great Falls College MSU is “Where it all begins.”
The college offers academic programs in health sciences, technology, trades, as well as transfer programs for those seeking bachelor’s degrees and above. There are many options in Great Falls to continue your education without ever leaving. The college has also been a leader in offering online education, where students can complete their program without ever having to physically attend classes.
In addition, the college’s Center for Lifelong Learning offers non-credit classes to area residents who are looking to learn a new skill, refresh a current skill, or pursue a new hobby. The center also partners with regional industry partners to offer customized training.
To learn more about Great Falls College MSU and its health science, technology, business, trades, and transfer programs, visit www.gfcmsu.edu.