Montana State University helps develop young minds in Big Sky Country. The university, located in Bozeman, serves more than 14,500 students, most of whom are undergraduates from Montana. The school offers baccalaureate degrees in 60 fields, master's degrees in 45 fields, and doctoral degrees in about 20 fields. The school offers primarily a liberal arts education, though it is also strong in agriculture and the fine arts. The university provides courses in fields ranging from English to political science to engineering. It has a teaching staff of more than 1,150, including 781 full-time and 373 part-time faculty and department heads. Tuition and fees for a resident student is $6,705; a non-resident, $20,062.