School of Engineering
The School of Engineering 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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The University of Vermont Friday announced its largest and most ambitious fundraising campaign ever, a $500 million initiative that will transform and reshape the 224-year-old public research university.
Washington Monthly ranked the University of Vermont 15th among 402 colleges and universities in the Northeast on its "Best Bang for the Buck" list in the magazine’s annual College Guide issue, published in September. No other Vermont colleges were in the top 100.
The University of Vermont ranks 59th on the New York Times' College Access Index, a measure of top colleges’ efforts to boost economic diversity at their institutions. UVM is among universities whose scores “indicate the most effort” toward making college accessible to economically disadvantaged students.
A new federal website that allows college-bound students and families to compare important school-by-school data shows that the University of Vermont is uniquely positioned in the state.
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