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The University of Vermont reserves the right to make changes in the course offerings, degree requirements, charges, regulations, and procedures contained herein as educational and financial considerations require, subject to and consistent with established procedures and authorizations for making such changes.
Undergraduate Catalogue Addendum
July 7, 2017
NEW PROGRAMS: The following programs were approved by the Board of Trustees on May 20, 2017 and will be available to students in Fall 2017:
- a minor in Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in the College of Education and Social Services; further information can be found on the Education for Cultural and Linguistic Diversity website.
- a certificate in Computer-Aided Engineering Technology in the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences; for further information contact the Office of Student Services in the Dean's Office of the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.
- a certificate in Physical Activity Promotion in Children and Youth in the Department of Psychological Science.
- a minor in Public Policy Analysis in the Department of Political Science.
- the Quantitative Reasoning Requirement as part of the University's program of General Education.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
The Environmental Sciences:Biology and Environmental Sciences:Geology minors were approved for termination by the Board of Trustees on May 20, 2017.
The Minor in Art requirements originally published have been corrected as follows (changes in bold):
Eighteen credits from the disciplines of Studio Art and Art History, including:
Three credits from the following Studio Art courses:
ARTS 001 Drawing
ARTS 012 Perspectives on Art Making
The Major in Studio Art requirements originally published have been corrected as follows (changes in bold):
Category B: Studio Art 100-level (18 credits)
Choose three of the following (9 credits)
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
On May 4, 2017 the Curricular Affairs Committee of the Faculty Senate approved a proposal for significant revisions to the curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management in the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. For further information contact the Office of Student Services in the Dean's Office of the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.