Take a class for credit, earn a degree, or learn more just for fun. Continuing education offers something for all ages....
Montana Energy Resources: Past, Present and Future, a webinar series, covers the history of oil and gas production in Montana; various energy sources such as solar, coal, biodiesel, wind and geothermal; current MSU research including carbon sequestration; and energy policy issues.
See fall 2013 Wonderlust courses (PDF) on mountains, American poetry, American presidencies, Renaissance art, the origins of God, and muscles and nerves. Membership includes a book series and "side trip" learning opportunities.
Earn a Graduate Certificate in Science Teaching online in either Chemistry, Earth Science, Elementary School Science, Life Science, or Physics from Montana State University.
iPods, iPads, iTunes and Digital Media: This class will provide an overview of today’s methods of playing, holding and manipulating digital content – and how to access/create it.
Extended University in the News:
Group wants to match more MSU students, Montana communities on meaningful projects
2013-11-22 - MSU's Student Community Outreach ProjEct (SCOPE) wants to match more students and communities on projects that combine outreach and student research. A public meeting to explain is set for Dec. 2.
Applications for MSU Extended University EMT course due Nov. 6
2013-10-28 - Students who wish to take the Basic EMT course through MSU's Extended University need to apply by Nov. 6.
MSU Extended University offers workforce development courses for November
2013-10-28 - Extended University offers several non-credit business and graphics courses in November, including Illustrator, QuickBooks, PowerPoint and more.