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Computer Forensics and Digital Investigations
Certificate (CERT)
Champlain College in Burlington, VT
Earn your Computer Forensics & Digital Investigations Certificate online at Champlain College Online and enter this career field with a credential employers will respect. Our 18-credit online Computer Forensics & Digital Investigations Certificate will provide students with: The essential rationale underlying criminal law such as the nature of jurisdiction, the criminal act, the criminal state of mind and matters affecting responsibility for criminal conduct An in-depth coverage of computer crime statutes, management of evidence, and industry best-practices for examining computers that might contain crime-related information as well as how to prepare computer evidence for courtroom testimony Techniques used to investigate crimes perpetuated over the Internet and other telecommunications networks; crimes such as auction fraud and social engineering, e-mail scams and phishing will be analyzed Insight into the motives behind white-collar crime and methods used by white-collar criminals to pursue their criminal endeavors, and the enforcement strategies and techniques applied in these cases. Specialized areas of digital forensics, namely, information hiding, anti-forensics, and network forensics; data hiding and anti-forensics will be explored with a specific concentration on cryptography (secret writing) and steganography (hidden writing) Basic principles of digital media presented to show how digital images, audio, and video can be manipulated and how such manipulation can be detected
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Pre-Master of Accountancy
Non-Degree Course
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
oes your future include a Master of Accountancy (MAcc)? Begin working toward your future today by enrolling in one of UVM’s Pre-MAcc courses. Each of the courses in our Pre-MAcc Sequence is a prerequisite for UVM’s Master of Accountancy Program. Completion of these courses is required before you can enroll in the MAcc courses. Prerequisite courses are offered in combination year-round online, in the evening, and during the day. Students with undergraduate business degrees have likely completed most of the eight prerequisite requirements. All applicants should complete the first six prerequisite courses prior to applying to the program. Students who meet the prerequisite requirements can complete the MAcc program in one year. Start anytime.
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Speech-Language Pathology - Pre-Master’s Track
Certificate (CERT)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
UVM Continuing and Distance Education, in conjunction with the UVM Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, offers an online Communication Sciences and Disorders Speech-Language Pathology Pre-Master’s Track Certificate Program (SLP Pre-Master’s Track) for students interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders, with a concentration in Speech-Language Pathology, but who do not have the required undergraduate coursework to matriculate. The SLP Pre-Master’s Track consists of six online prerequisite courses necessary for admission to the UVM Master of Science (MS) in Communication Sciences and Disorders and to many other similar graduate programs.
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Fundamentals of Artisan Cheese
Non-Degree Course
Sterling College in Craftsbury Common, VT
The School of the New American Farmstead at Sterling College offers “Fundamentals of Artisan Cheese,” an intensive eight-day program for aspiring and practicing cheesemakers. This unique course is offered in partnership with the Cellars at Jasper Hill, an American Cheese Society-certified cheese professional educator and producer of award-winning, perfectly ripened, single-source cheeses from the verdant working landscape of Vermont. Led by world-renowned master cheesemaker and educator Ivan Larcher, “Fundamentals of Artisan Cheese” provides students with the practical and scientific knowledge needed to create exquisite small-scale artisanal cheese. This course offers a whole-system perspective on cheesemaking, which begins on the farm and requires careful attention to animal husbandry and welfare, forage and feed, dairy production, and milk quality. After covering the production of extraordinary milk, the course dives deep into both the science and art of cheesemaking by exploring raw and pasteurized milk theory, cheese microbiology, coagulants, curdling mechanisms, and starters. In classroom lecture sessions as well as hands-on and observational cheese making, particular attention is paid to the artisanal production of lactic, hard, soft, Saint Nectaire, and traditional brie cheeses. After learning to make this array of cheeses, focus shifts to affinage, with attention to ripening cultures, climate control, rind treatment, and handling throughout the aging process. Because great cheesemaking can not be reduced to rote, recipe-driven work, sensory and tasting skills are developed. A session on defects and troubleshooting provides invaluable tools for managing production and working through the challenges of the inherently variable ecological processes of cheesemaking and aging. In sessions offered on the Sterling College campus in Craftsbury Common, at Jasper Hill in Greensboro, and at the Vermont Food Venture Center in Hardwick, Vermont, students also learn about the business of cheesemaking, sales and distribution, and content-based marketing. Attention to critical food safety concerns, an on-site food sanitation workshop, and an overview of plant design round out the curriculum. This course is suitable for confident beginners and capable practitioners alike. The small class size makes it possible for the instructors to tailor content to individual learning goals and have one-on-one conversations. We do, however, recommend that students have some cheesemaking experience, even if only at the home scale, before beginning the class.
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Wellness & Alternative Medicine
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Johnson State College in Johnson, VT
An interdisciplinary collaboration between JSC’s Behavioral Sciences and Environmental & Health Sciences departments, the program employs societal, cultural, biochemical and global frameworks to investigate the history, principles and scientific evidence for the safety and effectiveness of diverse modalities to heal disease and to create wellness. It provides the scientific knowledge and practical skills needed to make informed healthcare decisions and lifestyle choices and to prepare for careers as state-of- the-art healthcare professionals, veterinarians and doctors. Students study conventional, allopathic medicine in the U.S. as well as alternative medical models from around the world. On-campus and EDP students may elect to co-enroll in approved certification programs to become massage therapists, yoga instructors, reiki masters and Ayurvedic consultants. (This option is not available to students enrolled in this program through JSC Online.) Graduates are prepared for initial positions in the wellness and fitness industry, hospital employee-assistance programs, social-assistance programs, the diet and supplements industry and as assistants to alternative medical practitioners. Many graduates go on to graduate and medical schools to become physicians, nurses, chiropractors, naturopathic physicians, Chinese medical doctors, ayurvedic physicians and homeopathic doctors. You'll gain practical skills and training in this rigorous, science-based program while exploring the social, cultural, political and psychological dimensions of various healthcare systems and holistic models for health, wellness and healing.
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Cannabis Science and Medicine (Continuing Medical Education - CME)
Non-Degree Course
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
This program is made up of 5 individual modules that can be completed independently. This program has been reviewed and is approved for pharmacists for a maximum 7.75 hours/0.775 CEU ACPE 0621-0000-16-001-H01-P. To obtain a CE certificate for a CME module qualified pharmacists must complete the CME module in its entirety and an evaluation, and score 80% or higher on the post-assessment test for the module. Qualified medical professionals may earn Continuing Medical Education units for each module successfully completed. As part of the application/registration process you will be asked if you are seeking CME credit for your participation. Audience: Designed for Clinicians, Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Pharmacists. Frequency: Available on-demand throughout the year by UVM’s Department of Pharmacology Continuing Medical Education (CME): The University of Vermont College of Medicine is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide continuing medical education for the healthcare team.
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Health Science
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
The Castleton Natural Sciences Department offers a B.S. in Health Science that is intended primarily to prepare students for admission to graduate programs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other health care fields. Health Science majors must take a “core” of essential courses, such as Human Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, and Physics. We believe that a solid foundation in these disciplines is important to anyone with an interest in human health. But Castleton’s Health Science major also includes a great deal of flexibility, allowing students to choose courses that will prepare them for the specific graduate program or career they seek. Castleton has very strong undergraduate programs in Exercise Science and Athletic Training, and many classes in these areas may be used to satisfy the Health Science requirements. This allows you to take some specialized courses that can really set you apart from other applicants for graduate school. All Health Science majors are also required to complete an internship. For most students, this will be a “job shadowing” experience and we can arrange this with one of our local health care professionals during the academic year or, if more convenient, with a health care provider near your home over the summer. Most graduate programs in the health sciences now require this kind of practical experience prior to admission and we also see this as an important step in choosing the right career path. Castleton has an articulation agreement with Sage Graduate School in the Albany, NY area that offers preferred admission of our graduates to Sage’s Occupational and Physical Therapy programs, as long as our students meet certain criteria. After graduation from Castleton, students may earn a Masters in Occupational Therapy (MS-OT) or a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Sage. If you are interested in employment rather than graduate school, our Health Science program can prepare you for that as well. Our graduates are broadly trained and have excellent lab skills that employers are looking for. Many are now working in hospitals, in medical equipment sales, and other health-related careers. And we are offering a new career option in cooperation with Castleton’s Department of Health, Human Movement & Sport. Health Science students may complete the new Health Education minor and may become Certified Health Education Specialists.
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Chemistry
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Saint Michael's College in Colchester, VT
A bachelor's degree in Chemistry prepares you for employment in government and industrial laboratories or for further study in graduate or professional schools. By choosing appropriate electives, a major in chemistry can lead to a career in medicine, dentistry, allied health sciences, law or the business world. Our program focuses on preparing you to succeed in industry and academia by helping you develop the skills to solve chemical problems, to read meaningfully and to utilize properly chemical literature, to work effectively and safely in the laboratory, to communicate scientific ideas and discoveries both orally and in writing, to function well as a member of a team, and to make ethical decisions in the area of science. The chemistry curriculum at Saint Michael's College combines small class sizes, excellent faculty and personal attention with the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience with laboratory instrumentation early in your college career. Chemistry is the study of matter and its changes. As a chemistry major, you will start with the science and math courses that provide the background necessary to study chemistry. Those courses include General Chemistry I &II, Organic Chemistry I &II, Calculus I &II, College Physics I &II, and Integrated Chemical Analysis. In these introductory chemistry courses, you will gain a broad overview of the many different topics in chemistry, including stoichiometry, bonding, gases, the structure of atoms and molecules, acid-base theory, organic synthesis, error analysis, ethical issues in science, and quantitative analysis. Then you will go on to study further in the areas of inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, biochemistry and chemical instrumentation, where you will learn about thermodynamics, kinetics, quantum chemistry and spectroscopy, the structure and formation of coordination compounds, group theory, some of the major categories of structures that make up biological systems (including peptides/proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids), and the chemical instrumentation that can be used to study the structure and function of molecules. Our program is certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS) – a designation that is important to both graduate schools and employers.Students who have received a score of 4 or higher on the Chemistry AP Exam may place out of CH 110 General Chemistry I and receive credit for the course. Students planning graduate studies in chemistry will likely require more math background and should consult with their academic advisors on this matter. In order to receive an ACS-certified degree in Chemistry, students must also complete an approved research experience during the summer or academic year and submit a research report. As a senior, you will research a chemistry topic in great depth as part of your capstone course, Senior Seminar. You will have two options: you may either prepare a major report on the topic or develop a related research proposal (modeled after the process whereby scientists procure funding for research). For examples of recent chemistry senior projects, go to Seminar Projects. The Chemistry Department at Saint Michael's College strongly encourages students to pursue research opportunities based upon their interests and career goals. There are numerous opportunities to conduct research in all areas of chemistry, either with Saint Michael’s faculty members or off campus at national laboratories and at institutions throughout the country. In fact, most chemistry majors graduate having spent one or more summers conducting research. Funds are available to support students who want to work on advanced research during the summer. They also have opportunities to present their research results at local and national meetings.
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Juris Doctor
Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD)
Vermont Law School in South Royalton, VT
Earning a Juris Doctor from Vermont Law School indicates dedication and commitment, not just to the legal profession, but to making an impact through the law. While preparing for general practice in all 50 states, you’ll develop the knowledge and acquire the skills needed for leadership in environmental law, criminal law, dispute resolution, energy law, international and comparative law, land use, or water resources law. The core curriculum focuses on legal doctrine and analysis, emphasizes the broader social context of the law, and provides education in the skills and values required for effective law practice. In the first year, you’ll build a foundation for legal study through exposure to basic subjects, the techniques of legal analysis, fundamental legal skills, and perspectives on the origins, function, and development of the legal system. During your second and third years, you’ll use Vermont Law School’s extensive course catalog to focus on the issue areas in which you’d like to work and lead. To accommodate the financial realities of many students, Vermont Law School offers accelerated two-year, extended four-year, and reduced-​residency enrollment options for the JD program. JD Learning Outcomes Vermont Law School Juris Doctor (JD) learning outcomes: Legal Literacy: Graduates will be able to analyze fundamental U.S. law and the role of law in society. Legal Institutions: Graduates will be able to identify, define, and engage institutions and individuals within the legislative process, appropriate administrative agencies, court, and other governmental entities, that shape and influence development of law and policy. Problem Solving: Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of and the ability to effectively apply basic legal practice skills. They should be able to diagnose legal problems, identify solutions, and set strategy for communicating, advocating for, and achieving those solutions. Independent learning capacity: Graduate will be able to learn independently, including the ability to assess personal performance by recognizing strengths and weaknesses and developing strategies for improvement. Professional Responsibility and Ethics: Graduates will be able to work respectfully, ethically, and productively with diverse clients and legal professionals. They should possess the skills needed to recognize and resolve dilemmas in an ethical manner. Bar Exam Skills: Graduates will possess the skills needed to successfully perform on the bar examination taken.
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History
Master of Arts (MA)
Norwich University in Northfield, VT
Our Master of Arts in History program builds on our rich institutional history, leading students through a comprehensive analysis of the major developments, events, and figures of the past. Students can choose from one of two tracks: American History, which explores our nation’s past from Colonial times to the end of the Cold War, and World History, which covers the dawn of human civilization through the late 20th century. For nearly two centuries, Norwich University has played a vital role in history as America's first private military college, the nation’s first private college to offer civil engineering instruction, and the birthplace of ROTC. We are also the proud alma mater of more than 18,000 alumni - many of whom have made significant contributions to our country’s development, including Edwin Ferry Johnson, chief engineer of the Northern Pacific Railroad; Harry Bates Thayer, president and chairman of AT&T in the 1920s; and General Gordon L. Sullivan, chief of staff of the U.S. Army in the 1990s. Students are guided by expert faculty members, all of whom hold PhDs and are engaged in ongoing scholarly work. Students also have access to our highly capable reference staff members, who provide research assistance via email, phone, and chat, as well as our dedicated distance-learning librarian. The program culminates in the writing of a thesis or capstone paper, which students use as a platform to develop expertise in their particular area of interest. A master’s degree in history from Norwich University gives you the foundation to teach at the high school and community college level or to pursue a PhD for teaching at the university level. You can also apply your degree to pursue one of numerous careers in history such as a researcher, archivist, curator, or content producer for schools, museums, and other public history venues. If you are currently in the military, our online master’s degree in history program may help you advance within the military or transition to a new career. For those whose interests are more intellectually oriented than career-focused, our program offers a formalized structure for developing subject matter expertise as well as advanced research and writing skills that can be applied toward personal scholarly pursuits. Whether their goals were to sharpen writing and research skills, develop a nuanced perspective on the past, or garner subject matter-expertise that could aid in a teaching, writing, or other career, numerous Norwich alumni have proved that the pursuit of an online master's degree in history is a fruitful endeavor. As leaders, teachers, historians, and lifelong learners, our students have a passion for using history and their skills to make an impact in their organizations and their communities.
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