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The University of Vermont has been ranked among the “10 Best Colleges to Study Health Professions” for its number of quality majors within the field, small class sizes and collaborative learning with professors, and high salaries following graduation and at the mid-career level.

The list, reported by USA Today and compiled by College Factual, is a ranking of overall programs based on the quality of the college and the strength of the individual majors offered within the health professions field. UVM was lauded for its wealth of quality majors in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, including undergraduate programs in communication sciences and disorders, medical laboratory and radiation sciences, nursing, rehabilitation and movement science and rural emergency medical services training.

The article drew attention to the fact that UVM’s health profession majors center on research and patient care with students splitting their time between “classrooms and education centers that allow them to apply their knowledge in a hands-on setting.” Read the full article ...