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Lyndelle LeBruin
Master of Public Health
Graduate
Continuing & Distance Education

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Dedicated to empowering students of every age and at every stage of their lives, we offer more than 40 programs and over 400 courses to help you reach higher.

Lyndelle LeBruin
Master of Public Health
Graduate
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Programs To Fit Your Lifestyle

UVM CDE HAS IT ALL

Flexibility & Fundamentals

Our experienced enrollment advisors and career coaches strive to help you connect your passion to real-world opportunities
Balance the demands of your busy lifestyle with convenient online courses and programs, designed with your success in mind
Tailored for working adults, UVM CDE offers multiple certificates to help you strengthen your credentials and advance in your professional career
BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP

The Business of Craft Beer

Offered fully online, our courses provide participants with the essential business skills needed to be successful in today's craft beer industry.

ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

Food Hub Management Professional Certificate

The first of its kind in North America and now planning for its fifth year, this program is an innovative blend of hands-on, community-based online and in-person learning to prepare you for managing food hubs.

BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP

Advanced Social Media Marketing

Learn the art and science of advanced social media marketing through this 5-week course. Building on video lessons provided from Hubspot, UVM offers an intensive study of social media through the support of an experienced digital marketing Coach who will support your studies.

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BUSINESS

Exploring Crowdfunding as a Finance Model for Breweries

Opening a new brewery is not exactly cheap. With nine out of 10 breweries operating at annual outputs of 2,500 barrels or less, those opening new breweries are looking for alternative finance models.

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HEALTH

UVM Student Gets Another Chance at Medical School

UVM’s Medical Science Degree Program gave Kristina Valentine a second chance at getting into medical school. The McGill University graduate wasn’t accepted to medical school when she first applied two years ago.

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HEALTH

After a Devastating Loss, Making a Career Choice to Help Others

Caring for her dying mother changed Betsy Assoumou’s life in every way. The MBA graduate had been working as a public accountant for a big four accounting firm when her mother entered hospice and died in 2016. The experience left Betsy grappling with grief and the realization that she wanted to live a different life.

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