Top Sociology Schools in Montana

Interested in a graduate degree in Sociology from a top program within the state of Montana? We offer rankings of best Montana Sociology graduate programs. Review the following schools to see requirements for Master and Doctoral degrees in the area of Sociology.

Sociology Schools in Montana


Montana [English m ɔ n tænə], abbreviation Mont. Post officially MT, state in the western United States, on the border with Canada, 376,944 km 2, (2015) 1.03 million residents (1960: 674 800 1980: 786 700, 2000: 902 200 residents). The capital is Helena. Montana is divided into 56 administrative districts (counties).

Law and Politics

1973 Constitution; Senate with 50, House of Representatives with 100 members. Montana is represented in Congress by 2 Senators and 1 MP.


The densely forested Rocky Mountains run through the west of Montana (up to 3,901 m above sea level). The eastern, almost treeless part of the country, which belongs to the Great Plains, is a flat, undulating plateau rising westward to 1,500 m above sea level, deeply cut by the upper Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers. The climate is continental and east of the mountains characterized by aridity (less than 350 mm of precipitation per year).

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