The 2024-25 FAFSA is live. Here's what you need to know.
Compare Programs (0)

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.

Business Studies | Associate Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

This program provides students with a basic understanding of the business environment, management theory, marketing, and accounting practices. It prepares them to seek entry-level managerial positions or to transfer to a four-year institution as business majors.

Communication & Entrepreneurial Leadership | Bachelor’s Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

This program focuses on project management, entrepreneurship, team building, and message design and delivery. It prepares students for entry-level jobs in fields like civic organizing, media production, public relations, management, and other positions that require organizational leadership and business development.

Students in this major explore many different opportunities as they find their focus, including producing content for the Landmark College television and radio stations, contributing to the student-run magazine, and participating in the Landmark College Entrepreneurship Accelerator Program.

Computer Science | Bachelor’s Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

Computer Science includes mathematics, programming, software design, and computer architecture. To provide a foundation, this program includes courses in computer languages such as JAVA, C, and C++. Other courses include networking, operating systems, database management systems, as well as several specialized electives.

Liberal Studies | Bachelor’s Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

This program is designed to prepare its graduates to either enter the workforce or further their studies. Students build skills communication, problem solving, information technology, and critical thinking through curriculum that focuses on civic inquiry and interdisciplinary study.

Psychology | Bachelor’s Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

This program is designed to prepare students for graduate study or entry-level positions in community mental health, education, public affairs, health, human resources, and a range of nonprofit careers. Students might also pursue employment counseling, grand development, business or sales positions, all of which benefit from the study of psychology.

Students in this major explore psychology, neurodiversity, and learning. Students develop research skills and apply concepts to solving problems and improving the world around them. Experiential opportunities and internships are designed for students to grow as professionals through self-reflection, collaboration, and project management.

Integrated Arts | Bachelor’s Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

Students in this program explore different mediums and styles to experiment in different forms of artistic expression. Through this program, students will obtain concrete, marketable, technical skills to produce art.

Life Science | Bachelor’s Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

This program includes learning areas related to ecology, organismal and sub-organismal biology, natural resource management, data-driven decision making, and a strong foundation to work in the public health sector. Students will engage in experiential opportunities to improve professional behaviors, collaboration, and develop and maintain large scale projects.

The B.S. in Life Science degree is an extension of the College’s current A.S. in Life Science degree. Both degrees offer two tracks of study: life science and environmental biology.

Computer Science | Associate Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

This program combines mathematics, programming, software design, and computer architecture with computer system technologies. A key feature of the program is its emphasis on project-oriented experiences.

Liberal Studies | Associate Degree

Landmark College is for students with diagnosed learning disabilities, attention disorders, or autism.

This program provides students with a broad foundation in specific discipline areas (humanities, arts, and natural and social sciences). Students who earn a Liberal Arts degree encounter different ways of seeing the world and develop the skills to engage in projects and activities that focus on the ability to build effective arguments and communicate well and solve problems, which help prepare them for further education or the workplace.