Montana State University

College of Letters and Science
Liberal Studies Program

Montana State University
P.O. Box 172360
Bozeman, MT 59717-2360

Tel: (406) 994-7805
Fax: (406) 994-6879
E-mail:
liberalstudies@montana.edu
Location: 2-265 Wilson Hall

Dean:

Nicol C. Rae
nicol.rae@montana.edu

Director:

Tami Eitle
teitle@montana.edu

Program Advisor:

Teresa Greenwood
tgrnwd@montana.edu

Program Administrator:

Kayte Kaminski
katherine.kaminski@montana.edu

Liberal Studies Advising

• Think • Learn • Understand • Grow •

Getting Started in Liberal Studies

The Liberal Studies degree values a broad and interdisciplinary approach to higher education. It also offers flexibility in course curriculum. Advising and course planning, therefore, are critical to student success. Liberal Studies advisors help students decide on a program of study and develop a preliminary curriculum plan. If you are interested in finding out more about the Liberal Studies degree at MSU, please call (406) 994-4288 to schedule a meeting with one of our advisors.

Completing the Major

Liberal Studies students meet periodically with their advisors to make sure they are on track to complete their plan of study. Advisors assist students with course selection, proposed course substitutions, scheduling variances and conflicts, and study abroad and internship opportunities.

Helpful Links

Summer 2014
Summer 2014 Environmental Studies
Summer 2014 Global and Multicultural Studies
Summer 2014 Upper-Division Quaternity
Quaternity Categories Guide

Fall 2014
Fall 2014 Environmental Studies
Fall 2014 Global and Multicultural Studies
Fall 2014 Upper-Division Quaternity
Quaternity Categories Guide
100-200 Level Course List

Online Appointment Scheduler

Liberal Studies Advisors

Tami Eitle, teitle@montana.edu

Tami joined the MSU Department of Sociology and Anthropology in 2006 and presently serves as an Associate Dean of the College of Letters and Science in addition to directing Liberal Studies. She has published over 25 peer-reviewed journal articles and her current research explores how stress and race relations are associated with health disparities.

 

Tami Eitle

 

     

Teresa Greenwood, tgrnwd@montana.edu

Teresa Flynn Greenwood is an academic advisor and instructor in the Liberal Studies program. Originally from Grand Junction, CO, she received her B.A. degree in English and an M.A. degree in Communication Development from Colorado State University. Teresa has been working at MSU since 2004 and was the assistant director of the CLS 101 University Seminar from 2006 - 2010. When she's not working with students, Teresa enjoys reading, gardening, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, traveling and spending time with her husband and her dog.

 

Teresa Greenwood