Montana State University

Montana - United States


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Degrees offered: associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees

Academic year: fall and spring semesters, 
summer sessions


15,294 (Fall 2013)

Faculty/student Ratio:

19:1 (Fall 2013)

Average ACT:

25.2 (entering freshmen, fall 2013)

Average high school GPA:

3.41 (entering freshmen, fall 2013)

Bobcat Varsity Sports:

Men's Sports: football, basketball, NIRA rodeo, track, cross-country, Alpine and Nordic skiing, tennis and Spirit Squad (cheer and dance)

Women's Sports: volleyball, basketball, track, cross-country, tennis, NIRA rodeo, golf, Alpine and Nordic skiing, and Spirit Squad (cheer and dance)

Athletic Conference: Big Sky Conference, NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS)

Campus organizations More than 175 student organizations on campus

Accreditations: regionally accredited by Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU); professional schools and departments approved by specialized accrediting organizations

Location: Bozeman, Montana

Founded: 1893

Affiliation: Public unit of the Montana University System; Montana's Land-Grant Institution

Classification: RU/VH (Research University/Very High)


College of Agriculture

Agricultural Economics & Economics

Agricultural Education

Animal & Range Sciences

Land Resources & Environmental Sciences

Microbiology & Immunology

Plant Sciences & Plant Pathology

Research Centers

College of Arts & Architecture



Film & Photography (formerly MTA)


College of Business

Alderson Entrepreneurship Program

Bracken Center

Center for Entrepreneurship of the New West

Master of Professional Accountancy

College of Education, Health & Human Development


Health & Human Development

College of Engineering

Center for Biofilm Engineering

Chemical & Biological Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Science

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Montana Manufacturing and Extension Center

Western Transportation Institute

Wind Applications Center

College of Letters & Science

Agricultural Economics & Economics

American Studies

Cell Biology & Neuroscience

Center for Computational Biology

Chemistry & Biochemistry

Earth Sciences



History & Philosophy

Liberal Studies Degree

Mathematical Sciences

Microbiology & Immunology

Modern Languages & Literatures

Native American Studies


Political Science


Sociology and Anthropology

College of Nursing

English Requirements

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language administered by ETS): a minimum score of 71 iBT(525 Pbt, 195 Cbt)

IELTS (administered by the British Council): a minimum score of 6.0


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