Montana State to offer all summer courses via online and remote delivery
From MSU News Service
BOZEMAN – In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Montana State University will offer all its summer 2020 courses through online and remote delivery, the university announced today.
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.
“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 on-track and on-time for their degree goals.”
The university is keeping open the possibility that it may also offer a small number of hands-on, experiential courses later in the summer, including a limited selection of Gallatin College workforce development courses.
The schedule for summer courses is as follows:
- Full semester, 12-week session: May 18–Aug. 7
- May four-week session: May 18–June 12
- May six-week session: May 18–June 26
- June four-week session: June 15–July 10
- June eight-week session: June 15–Aug. 7
- June six-week session: June 29–Aug. 7
- July four-week session: July 13–Aug. 7
To register for MSU’s 2020 Summer Session, visit www.montana.edu/summer. •