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Good luck in your college search. We hope you will choose to apply to UVM and the Rubenstein School! We welcome you to explore our overview materials, program details, and video content as you consider whether the Rubenstein School is the right fit for you.

Take a virtual tour

Follow Rubenstein School student Isabel on a tour of the Aiken Center at UVM:

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Academic Programs

You can get a Bachelor of Science degree in one of five undergraduate majors in the Rubenstein School: Environmental Sciences; Forestry; Parks, Recreation and Tourism; Sustainability, Ecology and Policy; and Wildlife and Fisheries Biology. We also offer five undergraduate minors. All Rubenstein School students participate in our Core Curriculum, which provides first year and transfer students with a unique learning and community-building experience from day one. 

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Experiential Learning

The Rubenstein School emphasizes the importance of learning by doing. Students are given opportunities for high-impact engagement through internships, service-learning courses, study abroad, and applied research. Join Isabel as she visits two classes that feature experiential learning:

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Pursue an Accelerated Graduate Degree  

There are great opportunities through the Rubenstein School to get on a graduate degree track early on in your undergraduate studies. If you're considering a long-term goal of earning your Master of Science in Natural Resources or a Law Degree in Environmental Law, explore our program options:


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