This 15-credit certificate held on campus prepares students to understand integrative healthcare, which involves balancing traditional methods of medical care with complementary and alternative medicine approaches. Integrative healthcare responds to patient choices and needs in order to improve population health, enhance patient experience, reduce costs, and decrease workforce burnout.
This 15-credit, fully online Certificate of Graduate Study in Sustainable Enterprise can be completed on your own time. It provides a complete framework for learning how enterprises can be both profitable and responsible, providing you with the business strategies, experience, professional network, and credentials to make an impact on your career and the planet.
Do you want to advance your career in an information technology-related field, earn credits toward a degree, prepare for a Master of Science in Computer Science, enhance your computer skills, or take your first steps towards becoming a software developer? UVM’s 15-credit Certificate in Computer Software allows you to enroll in courses that suit your interests and experience, plus offers a highly flexible curriculum that allows you to enroll in a variety of courses, available online and on campus. Students choose from preset tracks, or a self-designed track and all courses in this program receive UVM credit that can be applied toward a UVM degree.
Interested in helping people make healthy lifestyle changes? UVM’s Integrative Health and Wellness Coaching Certificate is a 15-credit online program for non-degree students offered in the spring or fall. Integrative health and wellness coaches work with employee wellness programs, community health teams, youth and families, people recovering from addiction, veterans, people with disabilities, and others. Health coaches focus on promoting the health of individuals by engaging clients in positive behavior change.
If you’re committed to improving health outcomes for everyone, and passionate about improving health access and equality, then the field of public health needs you. Developed in collaboration with the Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, our 42-credit, online Master of Public Health (MPH) degree blends public policy, research, and population health sciences to give students a complete understanding of the public health landscape.
Designed as a generalist MPH program, graduates will be fluent in public health policy that will empower them to make a difference in diverse fields: behavioral sciences, biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology, and health services administration.
This certificate program prepares students to work in a school setting with birth-to-22-year-old students as a speech-language pathology assistant (SLPA). This SLPA Certificate Track meets all of the American Speech Language Hearing Association’s (ASHA’s) guidelines for preparation of SLPAs. The Speech-Language Pathology Assistants program is appropriate for any individual with a baccalaureate degree.
The University of Vermont offers graduate educational opportunities for those interested in school library media studies to gain licensure in Vermont, or to acquire a graduate degree in school library media. The School Library Media Studies Sequence of six graduate-level courses is designed for both those with and without teacher certification. Non-educators may need additional coursework. Courses are delivered using a combination of online work on your own time, and opportunities to engage in a professional learning community through sessions during the semester.
The Sustainable Innovation Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Vermont is the leading program for emerging changemakers who believe business can Ñ and must Ñ become a force for good.
Our accelerated, 12-month program integrates sustainable business practices across disciplines, focusing on the tools needed to manage business today and lead through change tomorrow. Sustainable Innovation MBA graduates jump back into work with the knowledge and skills they need to become change agents in fields as diverse as impact investing, sustainable development, mission-driven marketing, supply chain management, nonprofit management, and other socially responsible business functions.
Film and Television majors and minors enjoy small, discussion-based classes; develop mentoring relationships with professors who are leaders in their fields; have many opportunities to interact with visiting writers and scholars; and find successful careers in a variety of professions.
Small class sizes, appreciation of diversity, and a spirit of inclusion promote a strong sense of community at the Department of Theatre. An extensive production schedule offers students numerous opportunities to practice the creation of theatre while rigorous academic offerings challenge students to learn and grow. The Department provides an expansive and creative curriculum that values ideas and promotes self-expression. Our program promotes the liberal arts approach to a theatre education by providing depth and breadth of study, thereby cultivating critical thinking and an understanding of historical and social contexts. Strong student-faculty relations and an accomplished theatre department staff make for a professional but inclusive learning environment.