Montana State University

MSU announces online undergraduate courses

August 3, 2010

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Montana State University is offering 10 online undergraduate courses this fall, in subjects such as biology, computers, nutrition, marketing and more.

While MSU offers online courses for graduate students year-round, online undergraduate courses have usually been offered only in the summer.

"We are very excited to offer these online courses this fall," said Peg Wherry, director of Montana State Online. "Many people contact us wanting to get started on or complete a bachelor's degree. We believe these courses will be particularly helpful to the many Montanans who can't come to Bozeman, including those who are serving in the military, running small businesses or raising families."

Wherry said the new courses are open to anyone, including people in other states as well as Montanans enrolled in an out-of-state university. The courses are offered through MSU's Extended University, so students do not have to be admitted to an MSU degree program in order to enroll in the courses.

Most of the online undergraduate courses begin Aug. 30.

View all of MSU's online courses at and click on "All Online Courses." For help or information, call (406) 994-6683 or toll-free (866) 540- 5660 or e-mail

Peg Wherry, Director of MSU Online, (406) 994-6550,