The University of Vermont launches a new Pre-Master's Program
February 16, 2016
The Pre-Master's program in the University of Vermont's Global Gateway Program is designed to prepare students for graduate level coursework at the University. Students can choose from 6 challenging and inspiring Masters of Science degree programs within the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS):
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
These degree programs are highly ranked by US News & World Report:
- #75 Environmental Engineering
- #81 Civil Engineering
- #126 Mathematics
- #128 Mechanical Engineering
Each of the degree programs provide incredible opportunities for students to engage in research projects alongside distinguished faculty. To further advance the University's position as a leader in STEM, the University of Vermont is making the largest investment in the history of the University with a new STEM facility on campus. This $104 million project will house research facilities, teaching labs, as well as collaborative work space for faculty and students to work together.
By entering into the Pre-Master's Program, international students can earn a degree from one of the original "Public Ivy" institutions in the US, have access to excellent research centers and student-funded research projects including the CEMS Complex Systems Center focused on the environment, transportation, and bioengineering and the Vermont Advanced Computing Center. All courses in the Global Gateway Program: Pre-Master's are taught by University faculty and students progress directly into Year 2 of their master's degree program with no time lost.
Learn more about the Global Gateway Program: Pre-Master's