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MSU announces fall online undergraduate courses

August 1, 2013 -- MSU News Service

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BOZEMAN – Montana State University has opened its fall online undergraduate courses for enrollment. Courses are offered in many disciplines, including writing, economics, political science and other fields.

Courses include Human Nutrition (NUTR 221CS); The Arts in America (AMST 202RA); Studies in Major Authors (LIT 431RH), Elementary Spanish (SPNS 101), Human Response to Stress (CHTH 410), Montana Indian Culture, History and Current Issues (NASX 232D), College Writing (WRIT101W), Islamic Civilizations (ML 491), British Politics (PSCI 353), Individual and Family Development and Well-Being: Lifespan (FCS 101IS), Principles of Microeconomics (ECNS 101IS), Principles of Managerial Accounting (ACTG 202), Business Law (BGEN 361), Management and Organization (BGEN 361), and Principles of Marketing (BMGT 335).

Islamic Civilizations is a brand-new course, and three courses are newly online: The Arts in America, Studies in Major Authors and British Politics. Principles of Managerial Accounting, and Business Law.

The courses are open to anyone interested in the topics. Many courses also apply toward MSU's online bachelor's degree completion program. The program helps students with an associate's degree or 60 or more college credits earn a bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies online.

To register or read the full course descriptions, visit MSU's Extended University at http://eu.montana.edu/online/courses/. For information about the bachelor's degree completion program, contact Lesa Pribyl at (406) 994-7441 or lesa.pribyl@montana.edu.

Contact Lesa Pribyl at (406) 994-7441 or lesa.pribyl@montana.edu.