Global Gateway Program

US undergraduate degree choices at University of Vermont

Choice of degree in USA

Undergraduate degrees for international students at a top 100 University

meet a student

International student at the University of Vermont

Doan Hong Trang

from: Vietnam
degree: Bachelor's
major: Public Communication

"If you want to improve your academic ability, the University of Vermont has the best learning environment. You will have the opportunities to meet motivated students and use the excellent learning facilities which will support your studies a lot. If you are interested in studying languages, arts, music, economics, biology, science… Vermont has many choices available for you. You can also choose your major and minor which will help you have a broader perspectives about the world. My best friend here majors in Biology and minors in Anthropology, so that she can understand both science and social topics."

Degree pathways

Undergraduate degree choices at University of Vermont

University of Vermont's close-knit community of students, staff and faculty - and scholars, scientists and artists - creates the ultimate intellectual vibe that is fueled by the power and resources of a premier research university.

Academic majors with breadth and depth

7 undergraduate colleges offer an exceptional learning experience for international students. University of Vermont's academic programs offer breadth, depth and variety of study on an intimate scale. An array of majors and minors are taught by nationally recognized faculty, within these academic disciplines:

Progression to a US degree

After completion of the Global Gateway Program, international students can choose from all the bachelor's degree majors on offer at this top 100 University. Fully-qualified international applicants can also apply directly to Year 1 of any of the degrees below:

Academic discipline Degree majors Affiliated undergraduate School
Business and Management BS Business Administration
(Interdisciplinary themes and concentrations):
  • Global Business
  • Sustainable Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Business Analytics
Grossman School
of Business

Recreation Management (BS Parks, Recreation and Tourism) School of
Environment and
Natural Resources
Media and Communication BA Film and Television Studies College of Arts and Sciences
BS Public Communication College of
Agriculture and Life Sciences
Engineering BS Civil Engineering
BS Electrical Engineering
BS Environmental Engineering
BS Mechanical Engineering
BS Engineering Management
BS Biomedical Engineering
BS Data Science
College of
Engineering
and Mathematical
Sciences
Computing and Mathematics BA or BS Computer Science
BS Computer Science and Information Systems
BA or BS Mathematics
BS Statistics
College of
Engineering
and Mathematical
Sciences
Medical and Health Sciences
BS Communication Sciences and Disorders
College of
Nursing and
Health Sciences
BS Dietetics
BS Nutrition and Food Sciences
College of
Agriculture and
Life Sciences
Pre-medical and pre-dental studies
Pre-veterinary
Pre-Professional advising
(combined with a major)
Science BA Biology
BA or BS Chemistry
BA Geography
BA Geology
BS Neuroscience
BA or BS Physics
BA or BS Zoology
College of
Arts and
Sciences
BS Integrated Biological Sciences
BS Biochemistry
BS Microbiology
BS Molecular Genetics
BA or BS Plant Biology
College of
Agriculture and
Life Sciences
Environment and agriculture BS Ecological Agriculture
BS Sustainable Landscape Horticulture
BS Animal Science
College of
Agriculture and
Life Sciences
BS Environmental Sciences
BA or BS Environmental Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
OR
School of Environment and Natural Resources
OR
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
BS Forestry
BS Natural Resources
BS Wildlife and Fisheries Biology
School of
Environment and
Natural Resources
Law Pre-Law Pre-Professional advising (combined with a major)
International studies BA Asian Studies
BA European Studies
BA Global Studies
BA Italian Studies
BA Latin American Studies
BA Russian and East European Studies
College of
Arts and
Sciences
Languages BA Chinese
BA French
BA German
BA Japanese
BA Linguistics
BA Russian
BA Spanish
College of
Arts and
Sciences
Humanities and Social Sciences BA Anthropology
BA Classical Civilization
BA Economics
BA English (Literature)
BA Gender Studies
BA Greek
BA History
BA Latin
BA Philosophy
BA or BS Psychological Science
BA Political Science
BA Religion
BA Sociology
College of
Arts and
Sciences
Visual and performing arts BA Art History
BA Studio Art
BA or BM Music
BA Theatre
College of
Arts and
Sciences
Human and community development BS Human Development and Family Studies
BS Social Work
College of
Education and
Social Services
BS Community Entrepreneurship
BS Community and International Development
College of
Agriculture and
Life Sciences
Teacher education BS Art Education
BS Early Childhood Education/Special Education
BS Elementary Education
BS Middle Level Education
BS Music Education
BS Physical Education
BS Secondary Education
College of
Education and
Social Services

Key Facts

Fees:

$69,395 per academic year - for tuition, fees, housing, meals and insurance

Course length:

4 academic years (2 terms - or 8 months - per year):

Year 1 will take 8 or 12 consecutive months if joining through the Global Gateway Program

Next start date:

  • May 2017
  • August 2017

Entry requirements:

Academic: 2.75, with minimum length of study in English, mathematics, languages, science and social science)

English language: TOEFL iBT 90, IELTS 6.5 for Direct Entry or or completion of the Global Gateway Program

Course modules:

Completion of 120 credits of academic course work will vary by program, but usually includes:

  • first year seminar
  • 2 diversity courses
  • core courses (social sciences, mathematics, humanities etc)
  • required academic courses for your major
  • elective courses
  • minor in another discipline
  • concentration or specialization courses
  • internship or practicum
  • capstone or research course in Year 4