Interactive and timely webinars from UVM faculty, advisors, instructors, and students. From discussions with Post-Baccalaureate Premedical students to current information on the evolving Coronavirus pandemic, our webinars provide you with the opportunity to learn from experts. Register for an upcoming webinar today.
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The University of Vermont College of Education and Social Services graduate degree in Special Education is transitioning from an on-campus program to a fully online graduate program. In this info session, you'll learn about UVM's nationally accredited program which meets the needs of experienced and aspiring professionals through licensure and non-licensure pathways leading to a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Special Education.
Hear from UVM faculty and staff in the College of Education and Social Services who will work closely with students to design a course plan and sequence aligned with professional interests and career goals.
High school students have the opportunity to take college classes as pre-college students throughout the academic year and in the summer at the University of Vermont (UVM). Many UVM courses are offered online, allowing high school students nationwide to gain college credit and explore an area of interest.
Learn about the more than 100 courses for high school students in the fall and spring - many of which are online, and an intensive on-campus Summer Academy at UVM program each July.
In this Pre-College Program Info Session, students and families will learn about the courses starting in January (the spring semester of 2024), how to apply to be a pre-college student at UVM and key deadlines.
Summer Academy at The University of Vermont is an immersive, academically challenging 4-week program designed for high school students who have completed 10th, 11th, or 12th grade and are interested in earning college credits while exploring a relevant academic interest. Summer Academy courses are designed specifically for and enroll only pre-college students.
UVM's Summer Academy offers high school students the incredible opportunity to learn from renowned professors and experience an intensive academic environment. Students study alongside like-minded students, showcase their potential to college admissions officers, and even earn three transferable college credits.
With the rapid rise in the cannabis industry, there is an even greater demand for clinicians, dispensary managers, and other industry professionals to understand the indications, counter-indications, benefits, and risks of cannabis.
UVM’s online Professional Certificate in Cannabis Science and Medicine gives professionals assurance they can accurately inform patients and customers, as well as gain a competitive advantage as a knowledgeable, trustworthy provider who can effectively minimize the risks and maximize the benefits of cannabis for therapeutic use.
In this Information Session, learn about the University of Vermont's Cannabis Professional Certificate Programs. An overview of Cannabis Science and Medicine, as well as Cannabis Plant Biology certificate programs will be provided by Program Director Monique McHenry, Ph.D.
High school students have the opportunity to take college classes as pre-college students throughout the academic year and in the summer. The University of Vermont (UVM) offers more than 100 courses for high school students in the fall and spring, and an intensive on-campus Summer Academy at UVM program each July.
But... do Pre-College courses really make a difference in college applications or in a student's success in college?
The University of Vermont Farmer Training Program is a six-month, hands-on program for aspiring farmers and food systems advocates that provides experiential, skills-based education in sustainable farming. Students gain a unique and comprehensive farming education by running all aspects of the 10-acre Catamount Educational Farm, learning from expert farmers and educators in the classroom, and alongside successful, inspiring farmers in the Burlington area.
Vermont is a national model in alternative food systems development with its network-based approach. Here you’ll find farmers, food-systems advocates, regional food hubs, policymakers, and community members committed to increasing the production and consumption of local foods. Vermont has the highest number of farmers’ markets and CSAs per capita than any state, and it’s consistently ranked among the healthiest, greenest places in the nation. When it comes to local food, Vermont proves what’s possible.
A Master of Public Health (MPH) is a graduate-level degree designed to train students to protect and improve the health of communities. The UVM online CEPH-accredited public health program offers a generalist M.P.H. degree. Graduates will complete sufficient course work to attain depth and breadth in the 6 core areas of public health knowledge (Public Health and Health Policy, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health Sciences, Health Policy and Management, and Social and Behavioral Sciences), as well as interdisciplinary/cross-cutting areas. In this info session, you'll hear from the UVM Public Health Program Director, Dr. Jan Carney, and Pre-Health Advisor Vika Pleshakova.
Careers in digital marketing continue to be one of the hottest career opportunities today. The University of Vermont Professional and Continuing Education offers three educational options to advance your career in digital marketing, from Digital Marketing Fundamentals to more advance certificates in specific areas of focus in digital marketing. UVM’s Digital Marketing Fundamentals is ranked #1 in overall best online marketing certificates and #2 in most affordable digital marketing certificates by Best Marketing Degrees.
What is a Post-Bacc Pre-Medical program? Post-Bacc Pre-Med programs help students prepare for acceptance into medical school and other graduate health programs. The University of Vermont's Post-Bacc Pre-Medical program is a great way to obtain the prerequisite coursework and access to research, direct patient care experiences, as well as a Committee Letter Process, that can give students an edge prior to applying to health and medical school. In this recording, UVM Post-Bacc Pre-Medical Program Director Maggie Lambert explains how to apply to the program, deadlines, and benefits of UVM's program.
There is increasing demand by employers for professionals in Geospatial Analysis (GIS, remote sensing, computing, communication) and job opportunities can include careers in software development, environmental science, healthcare, consultancy, and even real estate. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics identifies GIS as a field with a “bright outlook” for future career opportunities and projects high growth. UVM’s GIS Certificate program helps students build skills to gain a promotion, or in some cases, a career change.
High school students can take on an academically challenging experience designed to bring out their best through The University of Vermont's Pre-College Programs and Summer Academy Program. Students learn from UVM faculty who inspire students; where learning is not limited by the classroom walls. We encourage and promote many kinds of experiential learning. High school students or recent graduates can earn college credit in one or more courses alongside peers and undergraduates. The University of Vermont offers entry level courses online year round in a variety of subject areas.