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MSU online summer courses open for enrollment

May 10, 2010

One of Montana State University's many summer online courses is American Indian Art Survey (NAS 551), an overview of the art of North American indigenous peoples.   High-Res Available

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Dozens of online summer courses offered by Montana State University are now open for enrollment.

Many of the courses are open to all students, regardless of whether or not they are enrolled in an MSU degree program. Several offer professional development opportunities for teachers.

American Indian Art Survey (NAS 551-01) begins May 17 and offers an overview of past and current art forms of North American indigenous peoples. American Indian Studies for Educators (EDCI 540-01) begins June 27 and helps teachers meet Indian Education for All state requirements.

MSU's Licensed Addiction Counselor online program is offering two courses this summer, both of which help people earn professional development hours or work toward a Licensed Addiction Counselor certification.

Several courses for librarians are open through MSU's online Library Media Certificate program. An online math course, Statistics for Teachers (M 518-01), begins June 7. Health and Human Development offers online courses for coaches.

The National Teachers Enhancement Network for science teachers offers 11 online courses this summer in biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences and other fields, including the popular Astronomy for Teachers (PHYS 511-01), which begins June 7.

For a listing of all Montana State University's online courses and degree programs, visit Montana State Online at

For more information, contact MSU Extended University at or (800) 435-1286 (toll-free).

Margaret Worob, (406) 994-7798,