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About the School:

Montana State University campusMontana State University, founded in 1893, is the state's largest public university. The campus is 1,780 acres in size and has a student population of about 16,000 people. The institution provides over 60 undergraduate majors and more than 40 master's degrees, including engineering, teaching, and nursing. With an acceptance rate of 81%, the university admits students with SAT scores ranging from 1090 to 1320 or ACT scores ranging from 21 to 28. GPA is also a highly essential academic factor for admissions authorities. MSU charges in-state tuition and fees of $7,520 and out-of-state tuition and fees of $26,950.

Online Presence:

Montana State University has an 18:1 student-faculty ratio. Visit Montana State Online to find more about distance degrees and certifications. Financial aid is available for online students as well.

Accreditation:

Montana State University (MSU) has been accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). Visit online programs in Montana to know more about the state’s online colleges.   

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