Our Strengths


MSU student and professor looking at small sample on glass slide

We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees across a range of engineering disciplines, including bio-resources engineering and computer science. Explore our departments and degrees.


Woman MSU student holding water sample at field site with lush green background

We encourage undergraduate and graduate students alike to engage in meaningful discovery at our labs and facilities, including the Subzero Facility and Montana Nanotechnology Facility.


MSU student in from of Roberts Hall

Our students are regularly selected for prestigious awards, including Goldwater ScholarshipsRhodes ScholarshipsGates-Cambridge Scholarships and NSF Graduate Research Fellowships.


MSU researcher in lab

Our students have helped send prototypes of new radiation-resistant computers into space and designed the equipment for the nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project.


Four MSU students in lab

At MSU's Career Fair and events like the Women in Engineering Dinner, our students find open doors to careers with industry leaders like Google, Boeing and 3M.


rendering of Norm Asbjornson Hall

In 2016 we broke ground on Norm Asbjornson Hall, a state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory space that is the centerpiece of MSU's South Campus development.

Our Community


MSU student

Through our Women in Engineering and EMPower programs we recruit students that reflect the diversity of our society and provide them the resources they need to succeed.


Group of MSU students in ePALs program

Our Engineering Peer Academic Leaders (ePALs) and staff advisers are here to help students chart their path to graduation and beyond.


MSU robotics outreach event

Our outreach events, including the FIRST Robotics competitions and Engineer-a-thon, make engineering and computer science a fun and meaningful part of our local community and state.

Our Place

Bozeman, Montana

aerial view of Bozeman, Montana in early summer

There's a reason Bozeman is considered a "dream town" and lauded by many for offering high quality of life. When you fly in over the Bridger Range or drive into the Gallatin Valley and find yourself surrounded by mountains, it's easy to understand why people want to live, work and play here. Add the cultural amenities of a local symphony and museums, the vibrancy of a college community and an energetic downtown, Bozeman is the complete package. Learn more.

Plan Your Visit

The MSU Office of Admissions offers many different options for visiting and exploring MSU. Many prospective students and their families choose to visit during MSU Friday, which offers an in-depth preview of college life at Montana State University. MSU Friday events are typically held in October, January and March. Our engineering ambassadors are here to give tours and answer questions.