Montana State University History
Montana State University is a public university situated in Bozeman, Montana. It is the state largest university and the flagship campus of the Montana State University System, which is the part of Montana University System. It was established in the year 1893 in Bozeman, Montana.
Montana State University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Montana State University offers 51 undergraduate programs, 41 master’s programs and 18 doctorate programs. The University has 9 colleges in a different department. The University has more than 1,330 academic staff including 14,919 undergraduate students and 1,983 postgraduate students.
Montana State University Campuses
Montana State University, the main campus is in Bozeman. The flagship campus offers the educational schools of Agriculture, Arts and design, Business, Education, Health and Human Development, Engineering, Gallatin school MSU, the school, Honors school, Letters and Science, and Nursing. The University also has a library on campus.
Montana State University Achievements
Montana State University, Samantha Clark, Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience was awarded an Excellence Award in 2019. The University Undergraduate students Hannah Avery, Spencer Crane, and Angela Cateora won the Best Mockumentary Film Award at the Atlanta Comedy Film Festival for their film The Battle for Bozendornl. Anna Sagatov the student of the university was honored her short film, “Bar Flies,” which was her MFA in Science and Natural History thesis film won the Best Narrative Short Award at the Bozeman International Film Festival.
Montana State University USP
Montana State University ranked 501-600th in World University Rankings in 2019. It also ranked 800th in US Rankings in the year 2019. It ranked 401+ by World University Rankings in Education Sector in the year 2019. The University also ranked 113th by US Rankings for Best Colleges in 2018. The University also ranked 207th in the national universities, which includes both public and private institutions.
Montana State University Notable Alumni
John Dahl (American film director), Brian Schweitzer (Former Governor of Montana), Sarah Vowell (American historian), Jan Stenerud (Former American football player), Maurice Hilleman (American microbiologist).
Montana State University Programs
Montana State University Application Requirements
Montana State University Cost of studies
Undergraduate: USD 24,990
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Montana State University Deadlines
Bachelors: Fall-July 1, Spring-November 15, Summer-March 15
Masters: Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Montana State University Rankings
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