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THEĀ 050. Dramatic Analysis. 3 Credits.

Examination of structural characteristics of the basic forms and styles of drama and the manner in which they affect theatrical representation. Fall. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and Instructor permission.

The College of Arts and Sciences

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The College of Arts and Sciences at UVM combines the advantages of a small liberal arts college and the resources of a major research institution. It provides students with a sound liberal education through close interaction with nationally and internationally noted scholars. This close interaction helps students acquire knowledge and scholarly discipline that enables them to think critically about issues they will confront in their professional and personal lives. The college's academic programs acquaint students with the intellectual, cultural and aesthetic heritage of our complex world. The college's programs also seek to prepare students for entry into rewarding careers in a variety of fields and for advanced study that may be prerequisite to other opportunities. More and more professional schools, corporate managers and graduate schools seek individuals who have a fine liberal arts background.

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

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The programs of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences ( CALS ) emphasize life sciences, agriculture and food systems, environmental protection, and the preservation of healthy rural communities. In cooperation with the Agricultural Experiment Station and the University of Vermont Extension Service, the college performs the four public functions of teaching, research, disseminating information, and providing related services.

The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

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In the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR), excitement for discovery and a commitment to life-long learning are central. The Rubenstein School's emphasis on the integration of natural science, social science, and cultural and political perspectives reflects the interdisciplinary context in which ecosystem management, resource planning, and environmental concerns must be addressed. The School believes there is a strong interplay between teaching and scholarship and each is vital to the other.

Fellowships, Assistantships, Traineeships, Stipends, and Grants

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...of the academic programs of the university. The...minimum stipends of $16,050 for master's...

Geography Minor

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...GEOG 050 and GEOG 070 for credit toward the minor. Ineligible Major: Geography The following...

Computer Science B.A.

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...must meet the College Requirements. Major Requirements 1 Concurrent enrollment in CS 050 is recommended...

Greek B.A.

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...must meet the College Requirements. Major Requirements Thirty credits in courses above GRK 050 including:

Latin B.A.

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...must meet the College Requirements. Major Requirements Thirty credits in courses above LAT 050 including: