College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences
As Montana's leading health care college, the College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences offers a full complement of professional degrees in social work, pharmacy, physical therapy and public health, as well as graduate degrees in biomedical science, neuroscience, toxicology and medicinal chemistry. Each of these academic programs is geared toward delivering exceptional healthcare and improving the quality of life in Montana and beyond.
UM Foundation Support
- During fiscal year 2015, students in the College received more than $127,000 in scholarships, with an average scholarship amount of $1,400.
- The College's Success Fund allows the dean to put funds to work where they are needed most, including scholarships and fellowships, research and hands on training, or direct patient care for Montana's citizens.
- Funds for students to attend national conferences are a priority. A $500 gift allows a student to attend these beneficial conferences and be exposed to experts in their field. Students often present or give talks at these conferences - a truly formative educational experience.