Engineering at UVM offers a wide variety of outstanding undergraduate and graduate degree programs with an emphasis on interdisciplinary, fundamental education and research, and a deep appreciation for the societal impact of engineering.
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GreenScale Technologies, of South Burlington, a research and development company with ties to UVM focused on the small satellite market, is being honored in Washington, D.C., today by the National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer as one of the nation’s top 36 university-spawned start-up companies.
Students who love it here, a top college city, one of the most beautiful campuses and more. See what the Princeton Review's survey of students reveals about UVM.
Coming to campus this week: The winner of a U.S. engineering competition. An internationally touring symphony musician. A two-time world champ in synchronized figure skating. A singer with her own album. No, they’re not coming to perform or lecture, they’re coming to join UVM’s Class of 2020 — one of the most talented and ...
Imagine a nurse who gets the flu while working at a hospital. He goes home to recover—and an uninfected replacement nurse comes in. This kind of substitution happens all the time in the real world—teachers, doctors, firefighters and others with essential societal roles get sick and a substitute comes in to fill their role.
UVM undergraduate engineering programs accredited by ABET (civil, environmental, electrical, and mechanical) may lead to professional licensure. Information on professional licensure of engineers in the State of Vermont may be found at the Vermont Secretary of State's Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) web site.Visit the Vermont OPR website