A team of four Agriculture students from MSU won the Western Region Academic Quadrathlon competition for animal science students. Read more
MSU’s Sustainable Food and Bioenergy Systems program has been named one of the 10 best college environmental programs in the United States by Mother Nature Network. Read more
In "Follow the Grain" and "Follow the Beef" courses, MSU students travel the world to get a complete view of the interactions between science, technology, economics, politics and the complexity of a major agricultural industry. Read more
Find out why these ag students came to MSU, what they've learned, some of their favorite memories so far, and what they plan to do next. Read more
As the foundation of the land grant mission at Montana State University, the College of Agriculture and the Montana Agricultural Experiment Station provide instruction in traditional and innovative degree programs and conduct research on old and new challenges for Montana's agricultural community.
The Agricultural Economics department at Montana State University prides itself on developing students who think, learn and solve problems in a global environment.
The Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology department offers diverse programs covering everything that has to do with plants from agricultural research to landscape design.
Land resources and environmental sciences, a department within the College of Agriculture, offers students a science-based approach to natural resources and the environment.
The Animal and Range Sciences Department within the College of Agriculture is dedicated to their students' education and career advancement.
Undergraduate programs in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases include Animal Biotechnology and Pre-Veterinary training and M.S. and Ph.D. programs that emphasize cell biology, molecular pathogenesis, immunology, and infectious disease.