Enhance Your Studies:
Participating in cross-discipline experiences while you are still at UVM will help you adapt to any job you have post-graduation:
First-Year Experience Programs
In their first year at UVM, students will experience the vast array of different learning communities that make up the College of Arts and Sciences. During this time, students will begin to establish networks with their professors and peers, becoming productive citizens.
Explore Career-Readiness Courses
These profession-based courses will help you connect your major/minor to your working future. Please note that some may only be available online or as winter courses.
|Getting from the Liberal Arts to a Career||AS-096||1 credit|
|Careers in Helping Professions||AS-096||1 credit|
|Introduction to Excel||AS-095||1 credit|
|Liberal Arts in Worlds of Work||AS-095||1 credit|
|Careers in Public Health||PH 196||1 credit|
|Career Builder: LinkedIn||CDAE 095||2 credits|
|Science Career Skills||BIOL 296||1 credit|
|Professional Development||CHEM 199||1 credit|
|Showbusiness||THE 096||3 credits|
|Professional Preparation||THE 200||1-3 credits|
|Effective Speaking||SPCH 011||3 credits|
Internships for any major
Learn more about internships in CAS on the CAS Internship Program Website.
Fellowships & Undergraduate Research
Students can get advice on fellowships, research funding, and opportunities like the Student Research Conference through the FOUR office.
Accelerated Masters Programs
These programs allow you to earn not just your B.A. or B.S. degree but also a master’s degree or equivalent in just 5 years!
All the CAS departments below offer accelerated master’s degrees at UVM. Most programs are by application in the junior year.
Get Professional Experience:
Ready to start thinking about a career? Get involved with UVM-wide programs through the Career Center and UVM Alumni Association to start your post-graduation journey today.
- Explore Career Fields
- What can I do with a major in...?
- UVM Alumni LinkedIn Data
- Job Shadowing Program
The Career Center offers a guide to finding and applying to graduate school programs.