Students at the University of Vermont are responsible for knowing and complying with all requirements for their respective degrees as stated in the catalogue.
The University of Vermont reserves the right to make changes in the course offerings, mode of delivery, degree requirements, charges, regulations, and procedures contained herein as educational, financial, and health, safety, and welfare considerations require, or as necessary to be compliant with governmental, accreditation, or public health directives.
Mode and method of instruction for any given course, including, but not limited to, in-person vs. remote instruction (synchronous or asynchronous), use of mixed formats, and alternative scheduling, is at the discretion of the University.
The following programs are currently inactive and thus do not have a listing in the catalogue: Certificate of Graduate Study in Ecological Design, the Master of Arts in French, the Master of Science in Athletic Training, the Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate, and doctoral programs in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, and Pharmacology. Doctoral education in the listed disciplines is available through the interdisciplinary Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences doctoral program.
Graduate Catalogue Addendum
June 25, 2021
A Certificate of Graduate Study in Resiliency Based Approaches with Families, Schools, and Communities in the Department of Education in the College of Education and Social Services was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 4, 2021.
A Micro-Certificate of Graduate Study in Agroecology in the Department of Plant and Soil Science in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 4, 2021.
July 9, 2021
Effective Fall 2021, non-degree students may enroll in up to 19 credit hours per semester while completing admission requirements for an undergraduate program. Non-degree students completing a Continuing and Distance Education academic certificate, pursuing professional development, and/or completing admissions requirements for a graduate degree program may enroll in up to 15 credit hours per semester.