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Miles Community College offers a wide range of Academic Opportunities. Let us find the one that's right for you!

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 Degrees & Programs

If your goals include a bachelor's or advanced degree, MCC can give you an affordable start with classes that transfer seamlessly to Montana institutions and others across the nation. Our professional-technical degrees prepare you to enter the workforce as soon as possible, some within one year.


 

 Distant Learning

Miles Community College provides distance education options to support the student who cannot attend class on-campus. Through online courses and interactive television (ITV), barriers are removed to make the possibility of getting an associate (both AS and AA) degree or certificate a reality.


 

 Opportunities for High School Students

No matter where you're planning to attend college, Miles Community College can get you on your way with the Pioneer Express Program! Pioneer Express is designed to give students college preparation and a way to earn transferable credits without attending a full semester of classes.

Students enrolling in Pioneer Express must be either juniors or seniors in high school. Tuition is waived, and students pay only college fees and applicable course fees. Jump Start courses are fully transferable and fulfill portions of the Montana University System Core.


 

 HiSet (High School Equivelency) and Adult Basic Education

The Learning Center at Miles Community College offers free individualized instruction in reading, English, and mathematics at the pre-college level. This program also prepares adults to test successfully for their Montana high school equivalency (Montana uses the ETS® High School Equivalency Test - or HiSET® exam), formerly G.E.D.


 

 Tutoring and Supplemental Help

Students who struggle to understand classroom information or to complete routine assignments may need the assistance of a tutor. With the individualized assistance that tutoring offers, students can master academic material at their own pace. Peer tutors are available for most courses offered and are chosen for their academic ability and desire to help others. Tutoring is available at no charge to MCC students, and students can receive two hours of tutoring per subject per week.


 
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