MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY BOZEMAN is as remarkable as its setting. Founded as a comprehensive, public land-grant institution in 1893, it is a welcoming, adventurous community of students, scholars, faculty, and staff.

Bozeman, Montana

http://www.montana.edu

MSU is located in Bozeman, MT, which was ranked the #1 place to live in the United States by the NY Post (September 2016). MSU’s low student to faculty ratio of 18:1 means accessible professors and hands-on learning opportunities. Working alongside world-class faculty mentors, students discover new knowledge that helps to improve quality of life around the globe. In a class of its own, MSU is among the top 3% of colleges and universities for research expenditures. MSU’s location at the crossroads between Yellowstone National Park and some of the biggest skiing in America offers students a classroom, laboratory, and playground unlike any in the world.

MSU offers 125 bachelor’s, 54 master’s, and 37 doctoral degree programs throughout the colleges of agriculture; arts & architecture; business; education, health, & human development; engineering; letters & science; and nursing. There are 16,440 students, of which 671 are international and come from 78 different countries. Students who need English language training can attend the INTERLINK Language Center’s intensive English program before beginning their MSU academic program.

Contact information:

International Admissions Office of International Programs

407 Culbertson Hall – P.O. Box 172260, Bozeman, MT 59717 U.S.A.

Phone: +1-406-994-4031

Email: globalstudy@montana.edu

Website: www.montana.edu/international/admissions

Facebook: www.facebook.com/montanastateinternationalstudents

Types of Programs Available

Fields of Study

MAJOR

ASSOCIATE

BACHELORS

MASTERS

DOCTORAL

Accounting

Agricultural Business

Agroecology

American Studies

Animal & Range Sciences

Animal Science

Anthropology

Applied Economics

Architecture

Art (Fine Art/Visual Art)

Art (Fine/Visual) - Studio Art

Art History

Associate of Arts

Associate of Science

Biological Engineering

Biological Science

Biology

Biology (Cellular) & Neuroscience

Biomedical Science(s)

Biotechnology

Chemistry (Biochemistry)

Community Health

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Counseling (School Counseling)

Criminology

Culinary Arts

Dietetics

Drafting

Earth Science(s)

Ecology & Environmental Sciences

Economics

Education

Education (Adult & Higher Ed)

Education (Agricultural)

Education (Art/Fine Art/Visual Art)

Education (Early Childhood)

Education (Elementary)

Education (Health & Physical Ed)

Education (Mathematics)

Education (Music)

Education (Science)

Education (Secondary Ed)

Education (Technology)

Engineering (Biolocial engineering)

Engineering (Chemical)

Engineering (Civil)

Engineering (Electrical)

Engineering (Environmental)

Engineering (Industrial & Management Systems)

Engineering (Mechanical Technology)

Engineering (Mechanical)

Engineering Management (Industrial)

Engineering Technology (Mechanical)

English

Entomology

Environmental Design

Environmental Horticulture

Environmental Science

Equine Science

Exercise Science

Exercise Science an Nutrition Science

Family & Consumer Science

Farm & Ranch Management

Film

Film & Photography

Finance

Financial Engineering

Fish & Wildlife Biology

Fish & Wildlife Management

Food & Nutrition

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Management

Geography

Geology

Geospatial & Environmental Analysis

Global Studies

Graphic Design

Health & Human Development

Health Enhancement

Health Science(s)

History

Hospitality Management

Immunology & Infectious Diseases

Industrial Technology

Innovation Management

Interdisciplinary Studies

Interior Design

Kinesiology

Land Rehabilitation

Land Resources and Environmental Sciences

Liberal Arts & Sciences/Liberal Studies

Literature

Management

Marketing

Materials Science

Mathematics

Microbiology

Microbiology (Environmental)

Modern Languages

Music

Music Technology

Native American Studies

Natural Resources & Rangeland Ecology

Neuroscience

Nursing

Paleontology

Philosophy

Photonics & Laser Technology

Physics

Plant Pathology

Plant Science

Political Science

Pre-Health

Pre-Law

Pre-Medical/Medicine

Pre-Veterinary

Psychological Science 

Psychology

Public Administration

School Counselor

Science & Natural History Filmmaking

Snow Science

Sociology

Statistics

Sustainable Food & Bioenergy Systems

Sustainable Food Systems

Teacher Education, Multiple Levels

Technology Education

University Studies

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Aerials of Bozeman and MSU. July 2010.MSU photo by Kelly Gorham.Aerials of Bozeman and MSU. July 2010.MSU photo by Kelly Gorham.
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