Students in the CCV Liberal Studies with Specialization in Global Studies A.A. program can pursue a UVM Community and International Development B.S. program.

Building on an applied economics foundation, the Community and International Development curriculum offers students the academic and professional experience enabling them to address community development locally and globally. Students in Community and International Development have opportunities to analyze and learn from development issues in Vermont, New England, and around the world; students learn while engaging in real-world problem solving. Over the past decade, students and faculty members within CDAE have also nurtured relationships with communities in Belize, Peru, Honduras, and St. Lucia. CID students partner with organizations in these experiences to address the development issues facing local communities through carefully designed service-learning courses and faculty-led trips at home and abroad.

Still undecided? Explore Community and International Development at UVM.

What's a Pathway Program?

These academic paths guarantee qualified students from our partner institutions junior status at the time they transfer to UVM. Students considering any of these 2+2 or 3+2 programs are encouraged to work closely with the academic coordinator at your current institution.

Transfer pathways from CCV  |  Transfer pathways from other partner institutions  |  Transfer pathways to online degree completion

 

Interest
Form

Request Transfer
Information

Visit
Options

Transfer
Admissions

Scholarship
Information

 

Ready to get serious? Explore the CCV Liberal Studies with specialization in Global Studies to UVM Community and International Development pathway for coursework and credits.
 


Previous Versions

2020-2021: CCV Liberal Studies A.A. with specialization in Global Studies to UVM Community and International Development B.S. Pathway