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Construction 101 | Certification

Construction 101 prepares trainees for entry-level work in the construction trades. During this six-week course, participants earn the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10 certification, National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) credentials, and receive job placement opportunities.

Each trainee has access to the necessary tools of the trade. Students practice being on a construction crew, working collaboratively with their fellow trainees. They work on construction projects as they would on an actual job site. Class time is split between hands-on learning, building projects, and classroom training.

This program includes or prepares for the following credential(s): National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Core Craft.

Statistics | Bachelor’s Degree

Learn the basics that will help you apply strong math skills to your personal interests in politics, healthcare, law, finance, engineering, and more. As a student in Vermont State University’s statistics program, you will gain hands-on experience collecting, organizing, and analyzing statistical information that will prepare you to make data-driven decisions in your career. The Bachelor of Science in Statistics will help you develop a valuable skill set for the careers of the present and the future.

Software Engineering | Associate Degree

Whether it be tap-to-pay at the grocery store, the operating system of your cell phone, or the media player you stream your favorite show on, our day-to-day lives use a wide range of software. An associate or bachelor’s degree in software engineering from Vermont State University will equip you with the theory and technical skills to work in any part of the software development life cycle.

Software Engineering | Bachelor’s Degree

Whether it be tap-to-pay at the grocery store, the operating system of your cell phone, or the media player you stream your favorite show on, our day-to-day lives use a wide range of software. An associate or bachelor’s degree in software engineering from Vermont State University will equip you with the theory and technical skills to work in any part of the software development life cycle.

Respiratory Therapy | Associate Degree

Vermont State’s program will train you in the full spectrum of respiratory care: assessment, treatment, management, control, diagnostic evaluation, education, and care of patients with deficiencies in their cardiopulmonary systems.

Radiologic Science | Associate Degree

Radiologic technologists use imaging technology to help identify what is happening in the bones, organs, tissues, and vessels of a patient’s body. By earning your Associate of Science in Radiologic Science at Vermont State University, you will gain the imaging skills to help identify life-threatening conditions and prevent disease.

Through coursework and hands-on experience in clinical settings, you will be introduced to general, fluoroscopic, trauma, orthopedic, and surgical imaging. You’ll also learn how to use effective non-verbal, oral, and written communication in patient care.

Program graduates may apply for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam. Passing this exam opens the door to cross-training in CT, mammography, and more.

Professional Pilot Technology | Bachelor’s Degree

A degree in professional pilot technology from Vermont State University will thoroughly prepare you for a career in aviation. This program is affordable and will have you up in the air during your first semester. Four-season weather will help you practice navigating bad weather situations with confidence.

Our program is authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to certify pilot graduates for the Restricted Airline Transport Pilot (RATP) authorization, putting you on a fast track to achieving your dreams in this growing field.

Nursing | Associate Degree

This degree program will prepare to take your Registered Nursing (RN) licensure exam in just one year. Vermont State’s associate in nursing program is the second year in our unique 1+1+2 track in nursing education. Students who enter this year of the program are already Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and are often working in nursing at the same time. This program allows you to earn a livable wage while working toward RN licensure and the many career opportunities that come with this next level of education.

Information Technology | Associate Degree

Experience the perfect blend of classroom learning and real-world experience while you prepare for a successful career in one of the nation’s fastest-growing fields. Through Vermont State University’s Information Technology (IT) associate and bachelor’s programs, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge to help determine the information technology goals of a company and then implement systems to achieve them. Vermont State’s program graduates have a solid understanding of the organization and technology of computers, databases, and networking.

Mathematics | Associate Degree

Prepare to recognize and solve complex mathematical problems, then share your findings in one of Vermont State University’s mathematics programs. Our associate and bachelor’s mathematics degrees will teach you the skills needed for a career in business, science, and tech fields.

You can expand your education and pursue secondary education licensure, which will prepare you to teach math in public and private high schools.