Undergraduate Programs

MSU-Bozeman offers a wide range of programs through its nine academic colleges. Specific degrees, majors, and options are listed under each college. By their junior year, earlier if possible, students will need to select a major; the choice should be based on interests and on plans for the future. Careful consideration should also be given to the courses offered in the major and the requirements for completing the program of study.


College of Agriculture

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College of Arts and Architecture

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College of Business (Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship)


College of Education, Health and Human Development

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College of Engineering


College of Letters and Science

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College of Nursing


Gallatin College


Honors College

  • Honors College provides academically motivated students with unique opportunities to undertake interdisciplinary coursework and undergraduate research leading to an Honors baccalaureate degree.

University Programs

  • University Programs offers several important academic programs to students including the Undergraduate Scholars Program and Leadership Fellows. University Programs also includes the MSU Advising Center and the National Student Exchange.

Undergraduate Minors

Teaching Minors

A number of teaching minors are available for students majoring in Secondary Education or Elementary Education.

Non-teaching Minors

In addition to a major field of study, many students are now declaring a non-teaching minor. This is a secondary area of academic specialization. Some students use minors to expand their career opportunities, while others pursue minors in education. Students must submit an Application for a Minor to the Registrar's Office two semesters prior to graduation. Below is a list of non-teaching minors currently available.

MSU-Bozeman reserves the right to add or withdraw programs at any time subject to the concurrence of the Board of Regents of Higher Education.