Montana State University - Billings
Montana State University Billings (or MSU Billings) is a state university. Its main campus is located on 110 acres in downtown Billings, Montana, United States. Formerly Eastern Montana Normal School when it was founded in 1927, it was then renamed in 1949 to Eastern Montana College of Education. In 1965, it became a full-fledged four-year college as Eastern Montana College. It merged with Montana State University in 1994 under its present name. Currently, the university offers associate’s, bachelor's and master's degrees through the University’s five colleges. The five colleges of Montana State University Billings are Arts and Sciences, Business, Allied Health professions, Education and City College. It has the third largest campus population in the Montana State University System.