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Courses and Above Courses numbered to are generally limited to graduate students. Search Website Search Directory. General Requirements Pre-Engineering Technical PET Requirement Engineering Curricula Specific Requirements Candidates for this degree must fulfill the following requirements, which include the core program, and present a total of at least credits.
Required Social Science and Humanities: Students must select five fifteen credits from the approved Humanities courses listed in the catalogue, two six credits of which must also be from the University Approved Diversity courses Category One and Category Two listed in this catalogue and two six credits must be from the same department.
All PET courses must be completed with C- or better before any sophomore engineering courses may be taken. Aiken Center, which was renovated in and received a U. The athletic teams at UVM are known as the Catamounts. The university offers 18 varsity sports. Women's teams include basketball, cross country, field hockey, ice hockey , lacrosse, skiing, soccer, swimming and diving, and track and field indoor and outdoor. Men's teams include basketball, cross country, ice hockey, lacrosse, skiing, soccer, and track and field indoor and outdoor.
Most teams compete in the America East Conference. Men's and women's hockey teams compete in the Hockey East Association. The alpine and Nordic ski teams compete in the E. Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association. UVM's athletic teams won seven straight America East Academic Cups , , , , , , and for the best overall combined GPA among its student-athletes.
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Highlights of recent varsity athletic seasons include the men's hockey teams trip to the Frozen Four in ; the women's and men's basketball teams advancing to the NCAA Tournament following America East Tournament titles; the ski team winning its sixth NCAA National Championship in in Bozeman, MT; in , the men's hockey team earned its third trip to the NCAA Tournament since and the men's basketball team won the America East Regular Season title for the sixth time.
The university has discontinued several major sports programs in its history, including football, softball and baseball. The softball and baseball programs were eliminated in Thirty-six former UVM athletes have competed in 16 Olympic Games 13 winter, 3 summer and combined have won six Olympic medals. UVM sponsors many club sports teams. The Cycling Team competes against other collegiate varsity teams and has won multiple national titles. UVM's Lane Performing Arts Series and Music Department sponsor instrumental and choral performances featuring national and international performers throughout the year.
The Royall Tyler Theatre presents theater productions on its mainstage, often featuring Equity actors along with student talent. In addition to the Department of Theatre's three mainstage shows each year, a group of student-directed one acts, and The Toys Take Over Christmas, a holiday tradition in Burlington, are also performed.
Terezin and Metamorphoses The Robert Hull Fleming Museum is the university's museum. Its permanent collection includes a variety of works of art as well as anthropological and ethnographic artifacts. The Museum also features various visiting exhibits and special events. The festival was incorporated as an independent nonprofit organization in but retains ties to UVM. Student clubs and organizations, totaling more than , span student interests and receive sponsorship from the Student Government Association. Clubs with longstanding history and the largest memberships include: Hillel also has a strong presence on the UVM campus; it is estimated that around 2, UVM students are Jewish , making up about 20 percent of the undergraduate student body.
In , the university launched a wellness program called the Wellness Environment, or WE, a substance-free residential program that gives interested students a personal fitness and nutrition coach, has daily yoga and tai chi instruction, round-the-clock meditation sessions, and a mentorship program that pairs them with a Burlington youth. Thanks to an organization known as GIRT, or Gender Inclusive Restroom Taskforce, the University of Vermont has a growing number of single occupancy, gender neutral bathrooms for use by non-binary and gender non-conforming students, faculty, and visitors.
One such example is in the Central Campus Residence Hall, which includes gender neutral, single occupancy bathrooms only on the residential floors. The University of Vermont is home to four unlimited dining halls, as well as various other dining options. The University of Vermont has a long history toward operational environmental sustainability on its campus. In , the Environmental Council at UVM was established to fill a gap regarding a bridge between operations and academics on campus greening issues. Greening UVM was published in by the Council to establish a baseline on the environmental impact of the campus' operations.
During the same year, a Recycled Paper Policy was created and was implemented in Tracking UVM,  a follow-up to the Greening UVM report, was published in and reported on the environmental progress of the university from to The University of Vermont's commitment to tracking its environmental performance was recognized in with Vermont's Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence for this environmental report card. Tracking UVM is one of the first report cards that track the environmental impact of campus operations in an institution of higher education.
Fogel signed the institution's Green Building Policy. Its mission is to accelerate progress towards climate neutrality and sustainability by empowering the higher education sector to educate students, create solutions, and provide leadership-by-example for the rest of society.
There are two full-time staff and four Graduate Fellows, plus an Academic Advisor and a team of supporters. The climate action plan focuses on the direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions from the institution's operations. In , UVM became one of the first institutions nationwide to end the sale of bottled water on campus and mandate that one-third of drinks offered in vending machines be healthy options.
The Certification for Sustainable Transportation CST was founded in to help improve economic, environmental, and energy efficiency within the passenger transportation sector. The CST is a direct outgrowth of work that began at the University of Vermont UVM in and now houses the eRating certification, driver trainings, and an array of awareness and education programs. It is a nonprofit operating out of UVM's Extensions office. The university's debate team,  which competes in both the American policy debate and British parliamentary debate formats, is one of the oldest organizations on campus, and receives funding from a private grant established in The Lawrence Debate Union has sent students abroad to promote cultural understanding.
In , students traveled to Slovenia , Malaysia , and Thailand.
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The program is currently ranked seventh in the top schools for British Parliamentary debate in the world, and is the third ranked American university on the list, behind only Yale and Cornell. Snider , was, before his death in late , one of the most decorated debate coaches in the world and also coached the National Speech and Debate Organization's national high school debate team to compete in the world championships.
UPB features acts from across the country as well as local bands. UPB is composed of four committees, one of which is a concerts committee. The concerts committee learns about various aspects of the music industry by putting on shows and working with local sound and production professionals. Students are in charge of choosing and booking bands and are responsible for all production aspects on the day of show.
UPB was founded in as it adopted the Concert Bureau was established in as one of its committees.
The University of Vermont Greek Community is one of the oldest in the nation with the first fraternal organization starting in The 5 pillar values of the University of Vermont Greek Community are citizenship, leadership, lifelong learning, friendship, and social justice. The University of Vermont values its Greek Community for their strong commitment to collaboration and relationship building. It is staffed and operated by University of Vermont students 24 hours a day, days a year. UVM Rescue is also the secondary ambulance for Burlington, South Burlington, Shelburne, Winooski, Richmond and other local communities as part of its mutual aid plan  UVM Rescue also works in conjunction with three local helicopters: In , UVM Rescue responded to over 1, calls.
The university has many expansions underway. This complex will include over , square feet of new labs, classrooms, lecture halls, and offices for STEM disciplines. All construction is scheduled to be completed by From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see UVM disambiguation. Robert Larner College of Medicine. Vermont Catamounts men's ice hockey , Vermont Catamounts men's basketball , and Vermont Catamounts women's ice hockey.
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