The University of Montana (UM) is nestled in the valley of Missoula, MT.  The current enrollment for UM is approximately 13, 072 undergraduate students and 1,849 graduate students.

Courses

Field Ecology (BIOE 342, 5 credits)
Offered summers only at Flathead Lake Biological Station. The principles and practices of the study of animals and plants in their natural environments, including human influences, with focus on the Crown of the Continent area of the Rock Mountains and taught entirely outdoors.

Rocky Mountain Flora (BIOO 335)
Offered spring and summer. Elements of the evolution, geography and natural affinities of flowering plants. Identification using a manual of native plants of Montana.

Departments

Native American Studies

Faculty
Kathryn Shanley (Native American Studies); kathryn.shanley@umontana.edu