If You Could Major in ‘Montana’ Here’s What You’d Have to Study
We're in a back-to-school mood.
We're counting down to Griz season and we're reminiscing about school traditions. Since we're thinking about school, we thought we'd do a spin on a topic we often explore.
This is another fun way to find out how "Montanan" you are. Last time, we asked how Motnanan you were based on how you react to this picture. Now, we're asking, would you make the grade? If you could major in "Montana" would you pass these "classes?"
With a major in "Montana" I could easily see a person getting a minor in "the West" or "Hillbilliology." Check out this entirely made-up curriculum for getting a bachelor's degree in "Montana."
100 Level Courses
MT 103- How to Wave Like a Montanan
MT 113- An Introduction to Montana Breweries and Distilleries
MT 123- Montana Speedlimit: Suggestion or Not
200 Level Courses
MT 257- The Many Coats of Montana and Their Uses
MT 270- The Subaru Temptation
MT 279- Montana's National Parks: The Tourist Dilemma
300 Level Courses
MT327- How to Interact with Bears, Mountain Lions, Bison and Other Wildlife That Want to Kill You (MT 279 is a Prerequisite)
MT 357- Brawl of the Wild: The History of Cat/Griz
MT 390- Ways Your Truck is More Than Just a Vehicle: A Seminar (MT 270 is a Prerequisite)
Now, of course, a major in "Montana" would also require elective courses. Finance 320- Property Tax, Sales Tax would be required along with courses like:
- MT 330-Floating Montana's Rivers
- MT 331-Rodeos and Festivals
- MT 332-Concerts, Music Venues, Artists
400 Level Courses
MT 404- Advanced Driving in Snow
MT 405- Volcanoes, Wildfires, Earthquakes
MT 406- Advanced Highways, Backroads, and Offroads
MT 457-Montana Lands: tribal, public, private, and agriculture
Independent Studies Available in:
MT 300- Enjoying the Outdoors (should be completed before your Junior Year)
MT 400- Montana Real Estate (should be completed in the Senior Year)
So, would you graduate?