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MSU continuing education courses now open for registration

January 7, 2011


MSU Continuing Education spring courses are now open for registration. Catalogs are available in Bozeman, Belgrade, Big Sky, Livingston and online.   High-Res Available

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Montana State University's Spring 2011 non-credit courses are now open for registration from Extended University.

EU offers 29 courses this spring, including new courses on magazine writing, graphic design fundamentals and 2010 tax updates.

A Downtown Bozeman Business Bundle includes Quickbooks for Retailers, Best Practices in Web Design, and Collaborative Business Marketing. Software training covers Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Excel and more.

A new Current Events and Global Issues category includes "Climate Science Explained: Understanding Current Issues on Climate Change" and "Quest for Understanding: Positive Approaches to Global Issues."
See all courses and register online at http://eu.montana.edu/professional/

Free course catalogs are available on the MSU campus in 200 Culbertson or 128 EPS Building; in Bozeman at the Chamber of Commerce, Prospera Business Network, Job Service, and the public library; in Livingston at the Job Service; in Belgrade at Career Transitions; and in Big Sky at the Chamber of Commerce and Big Sky Institute.

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

To be added to future mailing lists, contact Lesa Pribyl at Extended University at (406) 994-6683 or ContinuingEd@montana.edu or visit http://bit.ly/EUnewsletter
Upcoming courses are also announced at http://www.twitter.com/MSUExtendedU

1/7/11 Contact: Lesa Pribyl at (406) 994-7441 lesa.pribyl@montana.edu