About the College
The College of Health Professions and Science facilitates the development of pathways and unique collaborations to more effectively and efficiently serve students interested in the health professions and the sciences.
Students and faculty have opportunities to collaborate, conduct joint research, expand research, develop additional career pathways, and build meaningful connections within the health services, industry, and biotech sectors to meet our community and regional needs.
Students also engage with the health care, human services, and science communities through a variety of internship and research experiences. Many graduates transition into careers in health care, human services, medical laboratory sciences, industry, biotech, and/or continue their studies in the natural sciences, athletic training, health care administration, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, rehabilitation and mental health counseling, veterinary medicine, physician assistant, as well as post-baccalaureate programs in nursing and physical therapy.
Montana State University Billings’ College of Health Professions and Science prepares health professionals and natural scientists to meet the needs of an evolving society through education, discovery, and service.
Through an environment that promotes experiential learning, students will be transformed into our future health care professionals and scientists.
Build collaborative partnerships among students, faculty, researchers, community members, and industry leaders to improve the physical, emotional, and intellectual health of our communities.
Support every student in meeting their educational goals with informed advising, high quality instruction and innovative curriculum.
Share our expertise through service to our institution, community, and discipline.
Engage in scholarship and research that involves our students in the pursuit of knowledge that will better the health of our communities and explore the wonders of the natural world.
Updated June 12, 2020