University Relations and Communications

Downtown courses offered to help boost computer skills

October 12, 2009



College of Professional Studies and Lifelong Learning, 896-5890
Dan Carter, University Relations, 657-2269


Short-term courses designed to meet needs of working adults and professionals


MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — Whether you’re trying to improve your own computer skills or improve your business’s image, MSU Billings offers a variety of courses from now to December to fit your needs. And they’re all conveniently located in Downtown Billings.


In an effort to help others “Work Smarter Downtown” the MSU Billings College of Professional Studies and Lifelong Learning are offering an assortment of short-term courses to fit the needs of busy professionals and working adults. Many are computer classes designed to help you make a difference in your personal and professional life.


Some of those classes are:

  • Microsoft applications
  • Internet design and planning
  • Adobe creative suite and flash
  • Basic computer skills
  • Quickbooks

These classes start this week and run through December.


The College of Professional Studies and Lifelong Learning responds to the needs of changing expectations in higher education and the community. These and other educational programs offered through the college are tailored to the economic, social and cultural needs of constituents in the community.