University of Vermont

2013-2014 Catalogue

Colleges and Schools

  • The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

    The programs of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences emphasize life sciences, agriculture and food systems, environmental protection, and the preservation of healthy rural communities.
  • The College of Arts and Sciences

    The College of Arts and Sciences at UVM combines the advantages of a small liberal arts college and the resources of a major research institution. It provides students with a sound liberal education through close interaction with nationally and internationally noted scholars.
  • The College of Education and Social Services

    The College of Education and Social Services offers undergraduate programs in Human Development and Family Studies, Social Work, and Teacher Education.
  • The College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

    The College offers stimulating, professionally-oriented programs for students interested in careers in computer science, engineering, and mathematics.
  • The College of Medicine

    The UVM College of Medicine is one of the oldest and most respected medical schools in the nation. Since its establishment in 1822, the College's mission has been the education of undergraduate and medical students.
  • The College of Nursing and Health Sciences

    The College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a variety of health care disciplines.
  • Continuing Education

    Continuing Education serves UVM's commitment to lifelong learning through the development and delivery of educational courses and programs that connect the resources of the University with the needs of non-degree and summer students in Vermont and the Northeast.
  • The Graduate College

    The Graduate College administers graduate programs and is responsible for overseeing admissions, policies, assistships and fellowships, and research funding.
  • The Honors College

    The Honors College offers an intensely focused, academically challenging environment for some of the university's most outstanding undergraduate students.
  • The School of Business Administration

    The School of Business Administration at the University of Vermont prepares students for careers in management in a dynamic global economy and fosters recognition of the importance of ethical, social, and environmental responsibility.
  • The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

    Our emphasis on the integration of natural science and cultural perspectives reflects the interdisciplinary context in which ecosystem management, resource planning, and environmental concerns must be addressed.

Additionally, a variety of inter-disciplinary academic offerings are available in:

Studying the Environment

One of the distinctive features of UVM is its focus on studying the environment and environmental problems. Students interested in these issues have a rich array of choices. Many of these are within specific disciplines, but others offer the opportunity for multidisciplinary study.

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