Resources for Current Students
Animal Bioscience Building hours:
7 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday - Friday.
Study Labs and Rooms
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Lounge and Study Areas
First and second floors
7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
We offer several comfortable gathering and study areas for our students to relax, study or visit.
Library and Study Room
7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
The library and plant study room is available for those days you need extra study time.
Our virtual library has links to scientific journals, Extension websites, popular press, and other sources of information.
Degree Requirements (DA-1s)
- Animal Science - Science
- Animal Science - Livestock Management & Industry
- Animal Science - Equine Science
- Natural Resources & Rangeland Ecology - Rangeland Ecology & Management
- Natural Resources & Rangeland Ecology - Wildlife Habitat Ecology & Management
Other Helpful Information
Department List: Our department has an active list of job and internship opportunities specifically curated for distribution to our students. To be added to the listserv, contact Julie Hager at firstname.lastname@example.org. The listserv includes job and internship opportunities for part–time, full–time, temporary (seasonal jobs for summer employment), and permanent employment.
HireABobcat: To view employment listings on Montana State University's HireABobcat program, click here: https://www.montana.edu/aycss/careers/hireabobcat.html.
Montana State University does not board horses for students; however, there are numerous horse-boarding facilities in and around Bozeman. A partial list of area boarding facilities can be found at Gallatin Valley Horse Boarding. Please call 406-994-3788 with any questions regarding boarding your horse.
All mathematics (M) and statistics (STAT) courses have prerequisites that must be satisfied. When you register for a mathematics or statistics class, the university may temporarily accept your enrollment. However, to remain enrolled you must satisfy the prerequisite with an Initial Math Placement, or appropriate ACT, SAT, or a combination of GPA and ACT scores, GPA and SAT scores, or with college credit for the appropriate prerequisite course.