Graduate Degree Programs
The graduate programs of study at Montana State University Billings are centered around the activities of educating, serving, and communicating. Montana State University Billings is committed to promoting standards of excellence in graduate programs and services, assisting the graduate educational needs of all students, seeking resources to recruit and retain quality graduate students, promoting partnerships with the global community, and supporting research and facilitating creative and original endeavors. A research course is required in all degree programs.
College of Allied Health Professions
Master of Health Administration (M.H.A.)*
Master of Science in Athletic Training (M.S.A.T.)
Master of Science in Sport, Recreation and Fitness Management (M.S.S.R.F.M.)
Master of Education (M.Ed.) with Option in Interdisciplinary Studies
The Interdisciplinary Studies Option permits students to have a certain amount of flexibility with college faculty to design a program in the Health and Human Performance department of the College of Allied Health Professions.
Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling (M.S.R.M.H.C.)*
College of Arts and Sciences
Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)
Master of Science in Psychology (M.S. Psyc.)
Master of Science in Public Relations (M.S.P.R.)
College of Education
Master of Education (M.Ed.) with Options in:
Master of Science in Special Education (M.S.S.E.) with Options in:
Endorsement Program in School Counseling
Supervisory Endorsement Program
Certificate of Teaching and Learning Online ^
Doctoral Minor in Special Education (in collaboration with MSU-Bozeman)
College of Professional Studies and Lifelong Learning
* Program offered entirely online
^ Program offered partially online
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