Academic Options and Support
250+ Areas of Study
Whether you are interested in a one-year certificate that will help you make a quick transition into the civilian workforce or you want to explore your options and pursue a bachelor's or advanced degree, MSU can help get you on the right track. Students can choose from more than 250 academic programs at MSU and its affiliate 2-year college, Gallatin College MSU.
- Browse MSU’s 250+ areas of study.
- Explore job-focused programs and certificates from Gallatin College.
- Already have some college credits? Discover MSU's Return-To-Learn initiative and the Liberal Studies Online Degree Completion Program.
Veteran Student Academic Resources
Veteran students attend a separate orientation session that helps them acclimate to campus and get to know all of the resources and programs that are available at MSU.
Veteran students are provided priority registration to help ensure they get the classes they need.
The Veteran Support Center can help coordinate supplemental academic support so you can get the help you need.
To set veteran students up for success from the very beginning MSU offers a veterans-specific section of University Seminar 101. The seminar course is designed for a small group discussion-intensive format that fosters interaction with fellow students and the professor to help veteran students successfully adjust to college coursework.