Carnegie classifies the University of Vermont (UVM) as a Doctoral University with Higher Research Activity. STEM fields dominate. Of the 69 percent of applicants who are accepted, 16 percent will enroll.
Retention rates of first-time, full-time freshmen are 87 percent. Seventy-four percent graduate. U.S. News ranks UVM 38th in Top Public Schools and 59th in Best Colleges for Veterans.
Enrollments total 13,105, and 62 percent of undergraduates are out-of-state. For online learning, 9 percent of undergraduates and 8 percent of graduates participate. Just 1 percent of undergraduates and 6 percent of graduates finish degrees fully online.
Online classes can be taken on your schedule, but deadlines must be followed. Active participation in discussions is mandatory. Expect 5 to 20 hours of work each week.
Online degrees from UVM:Health Sciences Online Degree Completion Program RN to BSN Accelerated Master of Public Health Track for undergraduates Master of Public Health MS in Leadership for Sustainability
Ecological Economics and School Library Media Specialist are online/campus hybrids. Other online programs include Actuarial Exam Preparation. UVM offers many certificates, licensures, workshops, and career courses. Programs last 2 to 16 weeks and usually have the same faculty as campus classes.