University Relations and Communications


May 4, 2009



Office of Graduate Studies, 657-2238
Dan Carter, University Relations, 657-2269


MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — The second in a series of free information sessions for graduate programs at Montana State University Billings will be held Tuesday, May 5.


The session is set from 4-6 p.m. in McMullen Hall at the MSU Billings main campus, 1500 University Drive. Visitor parking is available in front of the building, located just off of Poly Drive. The session will include faculty from education, reading and special education departments in the College of Education, but is open to anyone interested in earning master’s degree.


The next session is Tuesday, May 12.


The series of information sessions focus on master’s degree opportunities for working adults and others who live in Billings. Master’s programs are designed to help students advance their academic careers or give people currently the workplace a venue to become more marketable. They are designed to ensure that all graduate students complement the theoretical study of a subject matter with personal investigation and practical application.


Programs — many with online options to meet the needs of busy adults — are offered in areas of health administration, athletic training, public administration, public relations, education and more.


For more information about the graduate programs at MSU Billings, go to or call 657-2238.