MSU offers summer courses online and by remote delivery

Star Staff
Wednesday, April 15, 2020

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman will offer all of its summer 2020 courses through online and remote delivery, the university announced recently.

The university has four-, six-, eight- and 12-week online and remote offerings with different start times during the spring and summer to accommodate students’ schedules, according to a MSU News Service release.

“Summer school is a great option for traditional and non-traditional students during what could be an extended period of social distancing and stay-at-home orders,” said MSU Provost Robert Mokwa. “A large variety of courses and program offerings will be available this summer. It’s a great opportunity for students to stay productive and connected, while staying ontrack and on-time for their degree goals.”

The university is keeping open the possibility that it also may offer a small number of hands-on, experiential courses later in the summer, including a limited selection of Gallatin College workforce development courses.

To register for MSU’s 2020 Summer Session, visit

The schedule for summer courses follows:

— Full semester, 12-week session: Monday, May 18-Friday, Aug. 7.

— May four-week session: May 18-Friday, June 12.

— May six-week session: May 18-Friday, June 26.

— June four-week session: Monday, June 15-Friday, July 10.

— June eight-week session: June 15-Aug. 7.

— June six-week session: Monday, June 29-Aug. 7.

— July four-week session: Monday, July 13-Aug. 7.