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MSU continuing education catalogs now available

September 7, 2010


MSU Continuing Education course catalogs are now available in Bozeman, Belgrade, Big Sky and Livingston.   High-Res Available

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Free course catalogs are now available in Bozeman, Belgrade, Big Sky and Livingston for fall 2010 workforce and professional development courses offered by Montana State University Extended University.

Catalogs are available on the MSU campus in 204 Culbertson or 128 EPS Building. In Bozeman they are available at the following locations: the Bozeman Chamber of Commerce, Prospera Business Network, Job Service and the Bozeman Public Library. In Livingston they are available at the Job Service and in Belgrade at Career Transitions. They are also available at the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce and the Big Sky Institute.

The catalog can also be printed out in PDF format from the Extended University Web site: http://eu.montana.edu

Extended University offers 30 courses this fall, including new courses on social media, freelance writing, business sustainability and more. Other courses cover Quickbooks, Excel, Photoshop and other office and graphics software packages; leadership courses such as Supervisor Boot Camp; flight ground school; personal training classes and others.

See all courses and register online at http://eu.montana.edu/professional/ Upcoming courses are also announced at twitter.com/MSUExtendedU.

For more information, or to sign up for regular e-mail announcements, contact Lesa Pribyl at MSU Extended University at (406) 994-6683 or lesa.pribyl@montana.edu

Lesa Pribyl 406) 994-7441, lesa.pribyl@montana.edu