The Graduate College
The Graduate College at the University of Vermont was formally established in 1952, though the first graduate degree had been awarded in 1807. Today, UVM offers over 50 academic programs leading to a master's degree and over 20 programs leading to the doctorate. All graduate degrees are awarded by the Graduate College with the exception of the M.D. degree, which is awarded by the College of Medicine.
The Graduate College includes programs and degrees in the natural, physical and biological sciences, the social sciences, the humanities, and professional training. One of the notable features of a UVM graduate education is that many of our programs are interdisciplinary, cutting across several departments and areas of study. These interdisciplinary programs capitalize on the exceptional strengths of UVM faculty, especially in the biological and biomedical sciences as well as in environmental and ecological programs.
Graduate College Newsletter
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Explore Our Programs & Degrees
The Graduate College offers over 70 academic programs leading to a graduate degree. Students apply for admission to UVM through the Graduate College, and once accepted, work with advisors in their chosen fields/programs. Currently, there are about 1500 graduate students enrolled in UVM, with about 500 of these enrolled in doctoral programs across the University.
News & Events
- Graduate College Calendar of Events
- Graduate College 2013 Annual Report
- May 2015 Commencement
- REACH Grant Program
Quick Links / Resources
- Graduate Catalogue
- Graduate Faculty
- Graduate Information & Policies
- Grading Policies for Graduate Students
- Individual Development Plans (IDPs)
- Graduate Student Senate
- Office of International Education
- Student Financial Services
- Clery Act Policy
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