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MSU Online undergraduate courses now open for spring

December 21, 2012 -- MSU News Service

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BOZEMAN--Montana State University's online undergraduate courses are now open for spring registration. Several courses are new this semester, including Introduction to Water Resources (ENSC 272), Trends in Microbiology (BIOM 491) and Principles of Macroeconomics (ECNS 202).

Other online undergraduate courses include: Western Civilization I (HSTR 101 IH), Exploring Digital Photography (PHOT 154IA), Elementary Spanish II (SPNS 102D), Critical Thinking: Zen & the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (LS 101US), Economic Way of Thinking (ECNS 101IS), Management & Organization (BMGT 335), Professional Communication Fundamentals (BMGT 205), Principles of Financial Accounting (ACTG 201), History of Yellowstone (HSTA 468), Asian Civilizations (ML 491), Drug Trafficking and Governance in the Americas (PSCI 491 ) and World Music (MUSI 307 IA).

Courses can be taken individually or as part of MSU's new online degree completion program, which is designed for students who have at least two years of college credits but do not yet have a four-year degree.

The program, which offers a bachelor's degree in liberal studies, is designed for graduates of community colleges, tribal colleges, colleges of technology and other two-year programs. It is also appropriate for military personnel and veterans; people who need a bachelor's degree to advance on the job; and anyone interested in the broad-based education of a liberal studies degree. The program is offered fully online.

Applications are now being accepted for Summer 2013.

See the full list of online courses, plus prerequisites and registration information at
The online degree completion program is at

For more information or questions about enrollment, contact Margaret Worob at or (406) 994-7798.