After successfully completing your Global Gateway Program you can progress to the second term of Year 1 or to Year 2 of your bachelor’s degree.
You need to complete the full Global Gateway Program, gaining 14-15 academic credits in the 1-term Global Gateway Program or 28-30 credits in the 2-term GGP (equivalent to Year 1 of your bachelor’s degree). You must also maintain the minimum Grade Point Averages (GPA).
Minimum grade requirements:
Bachelor’s degrees are taught across seven colleges and schools by faculty who are internationally recognized for their research – 84% of faculty at UVM hold a PHD or the highest degree in their field.
You can apply for direct entry to the university if you meet the higher entry requirements.
The University of Vermont excels in many areas of study. These are just some of the popular degree majors students choose for their bachelor’s degree:
Business Administration, BS
Environmental Science, BS
Psychological Science, BS/BA
Computer Science, BS/BA
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