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Health Science: Pre-Physical Therapy
Bachelor of Science (BS)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
College of St. Joseph offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. The program will prepare you for your future career in the health science field, with courses in topics including anatomy and physiology, genetics, and more. The Health Science program is a pre-professional program that provides a strong foundation in biomedical and clinical sciences knowledge and best practices. The major also prepares students for Physician Assistant Master’s programs and is the basis for a Radiologic Sciences track. CSJ has an articulation agreement with University of Western States in Portland, Ore. that offers our graduates (that complete the prerequisites) preferred admission into UWS’s chiropractic program and allows them to earn their bachelor and doctorate of chiropractic degrees in just seven years.
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Global Studies: Global Dynamics of Culture
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
This thematic concentration is designed for students interested in the cultural dimensions of our world, and who aspire to careers that could take them abroad and that require well-developed cultural sensitivities. Students should keep their career goals in mind as they select from this broad array of culture-related courses. No more than 6 credits may be taken in any one of four world regions (Africa & Middle East, Asia, Europe, the Americas). A B.A. in Global Studies at Castleton will provide you with the opportunity to acquire information, knowledge, and interpretive paradigms that will enhance your understanding of the changing world order. This multidisciplinary major requires coursework that will train you to analyze the world in a variety of contexts—geographic, historical, economic, environmental, political, cultural, social, religious, philosophical, and aesthetic. You will have the opportunity to take classes with professors who are experts in the cultures, languages, histories, economics, politics, societies, and geographies of the world and committed to understanding the systems and networks that connect them all. These faculty mentors are your Castleton anchor when you study abroad. They can guide you as you assimilate to a new culture and help you interpret the career benefits of your experiences when you return home. Whether you are interested in global studies as a major, minor, or certificate you will have the opportunity to concentrate your learning in a particular region. Additionally, you will gain at least an intermediate competency in Spanish, French, Chinese, or Arabic, or use Castleton’s Rosetta Stone program to learn a language of your choice. The programs thematic concentrations will prepare you for a specific career path in either the cultural, environmental, or political sector. The Global Studies major provides an opportunity to acquire information, knowledge, and interpretive paradigms that enhance students' understanding of the changing world order and enable them to live more fulfilling and useful lives. This multidisciplinary major requires coursework that trains students to analyze the world in a variety of contexts—geographic, historical, economic, environmental, political, cultural, social, religious, philosophical, and aesthetic. Through their courses and study abroad, students develop the critical skills they will need to achieve their goals in our increasingly integrated local, national, and world communities.
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Health Science: Pre-Physicians Assistant
Bachelor of Science (BS)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
College of St. Joseph offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. The program will prepare you for your future career in the health science field, with courses in topics including anatomy and physiology, genetics, and more. The Health Science program is a pre-professional program that provides a strong foundation in biomedical and clinical sciences knowledge and best practices. The major also prepares students for Physician Assistant Master’s programs and is the basis for a Radiologic Sciences track. CSJ has an articulation agreement with University of Western States in Portland, Ore. that offers our graduates (that complete the prerequisites) preferred admission into UWS’s chiropractic program and allows them to earn their bachelor and doctorate of chiropractic degrees in just seven years.
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Public Safety Administration
Bachelor of Science (BS)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
The Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration provides students with a strong foundation for success in practitioner settings and advanced graduate studies. College of St. Joseph’s Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration provides you with applied knowledge on the nature of and causes of personal and property offenses in the private corporate and public emergency setting, including relevant law and legal procedures, and the decision-making processes of corporate governance and public agencies responsive to public safety needs. The program provides students with a strong foundation for success in practitioner settings and advanced graduate studies. Public Safety Administration Classes include topics in the nature and scope of public safety for private sector applications, environmental safety, school safety and learning environments, natural disaster response and coordination and more.
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Music
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Saint Michael's College in Colchester, VT
The music program at St. Mike's offers you many opportunities to study closely with faculty and other professionals and to gain performance experience. Our well-known and well-traveled wind, jazz, vocal and instrumental ensembles have been an important asset for the college throughout the history of the fine arts program. These performing groups allow you to apply what you're learning in class about music theory and history as you develop your musical talents and repertoire. Greater Burlington also has a rich music scene, from clubs and coffee-houses to big-name acts, musicals and festivals. The Fine Arts are important manifestations of the intellectual growth of the educated person. The liberal arts program at Saint Michael’s College emphasizes students’ awareness of the significance of artistic media against a background of history and literature. Music is a central pursuit of human culture and relates to the other fields in the humanities that study the variety and meaning of artistic expression; through the study of music one gains insight into many aspects of culture. Therefore, the Music program is not a separate pre-professional performance-focused program, but an integral part of the liberal studies curriculum of the College and is focused on understanding music as a liberal art. Courses required for the music major cover theory, history and performance. Most meet in our beautiful McCarthy Arts Center, a stimulating creative space anchored by a professional-quality theater that is home to one of New England's leading and longest-running summer-stock companies, the Saint Michael's Playhouse. During the academic year, student shows in this same theater sometimes are musicals that you can be part of as a singer, accompanist or even composer. McCarthy also has a busy recital hall, practice rooms and art galleries along with class rooms. The Department of Fine Arts sponsors the Chorale, Concert Band, Jazz Orchestra, Chamber Music and the Akoma Drummers. All of these groups perform on campus and tour extensively. Your St. Mike's music courses will focus on understanding music as a liberal art. Music is a central pursuit of human culture related to other fields in the humanities that study the variety and meaning of human artistic expression. Through the study of music you can gain insight into many other aspects of culture. By senior year you'll have knowledge and experience of the theory and analysis of music, familiarity with the styles and repertory of European music from the Middle Ages through the present and characteristics of American and non-Western music. You'll also have had performance experience in music of various styles and acquired educated tastes and opinions about a wide range of musical repertory. While a student here you'll have the opportunity for private study for credit with a local teacher on a variety of musical instruments or in voice. The additional fee for private study under this program is partially subsidized for music majors and minors (instrument or voice) and for theater majors (voice lessons only). Your first-year music theory courses cover basic tonal materials: scales, intervals, chords; melody and counterpoint, moving into harmony, introduction to form and analysis. Musicianship lab includes ear-training, sight-singing and keyboard skills. Later you'll survey different genres of music and writing about that music; you'll read and write descriptions, reviews, reports, and essays about music of a variety of styles including live performances. The senior seminar gives you the opportunity to undertake a culminating project in the study and performance of music. Topics and projects vary according to interests and include a combination of original research, musical analysis, a final paper, an oral presentation, and a musical performance. For the major you'll take five electives in music theory or music history and repertory along with ensemble work and private lessons most semesters. The Fine Arts Department offers students the opportunity for private study for credit with a local teacher on a variety of musical instruments or in voice. The additional fee for private study under this program is partially subsidized for music majors and minors. For more information on precise fees and qualification for the subsidy please contact the Registrar’s office. Registration is done in person at the registrar’s office after the student secures an instructor during the regular registration period in the semester before the lessons take place. The Fine Arts Department maintains spaces dedicated to classroom teaching, individual practice, group rehearsal, and performance in music. In addition, the department sponsors the Chorale, Concert Band, Jazz Orchestra, String Orchestra, and West African Drummers. All of these groups perform on campus and off.
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Graphic Design
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
Graphic Design students learn to communicate visually. Through a variety of project-oriented practice and theory-based courses in the Art and Communication Departments, our students are encouraged to develop their own individual style and voice as they master technical design skills, professional industry standards and software, and an understanding of the evolving role of design in the media environment. Through core courses in visual problem solving and communication, layout & design, visual branding, and screen and responsive design, art and art history, photography, media writing, motion graphics and animation, public relations and marketing, and video and filmmaking, our graduates are prepared to meet the diverse challenges of the modern professional workforce. The program is also an integral component of Castleton’s university-community link, as our students regularly pursue opportunities for hands-on, outside-the-classroom learning with local business and non-profit organizations. In 2015 the Vermont chapter of The American Institute of Graphic Arts held its statewide Design Day at Castleton, hosted by a Castleton University design intern and the graphics program. Castleton students have won local and statewide design competitions. Graduates of the program go on to a variety of rewarding and popular careers in graphic design, app development, web design, art direction, multimedia art and animation, interior design, advertising design, print layout, and package design.
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Education: Secondary English
Bachelor of Science (BS)
College of St Joseph in Rutland, VT
College of St. Joseph offers a Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies, preparing students interested in pursuing careers in Secondary Social Studies, Secondary English, Special Education, Elementary Education, or Personalized Learning. The Educational Studies major is for those who are interested in a career in the field of education, but not necessarily classroom teaching. This non-licensure program allows you to better explore and understand the broader context of education. You will have the opportunity to develop your knowledge of issues related to both teaching and learning, compare educational practices and educational policy, and much more.
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Global Studies: Environment/Sustainability
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
This thematic concentration is designed for students interested in the social science of environmental issues, and who aspire to careers devoted to solving environmental threats on a global scale. A B.A. in Global Studies at Castleton will provide you with the opportunity to acquire information, knowledge, and interpretive paradigms that will enhance your understanding of the changing world order. This multidisciplinary major requires coursework that will train you to analyze the world in a variety of contexts—geographic, historical, economic, environmental, political, cultural, social, religious, philosophical, and aesthetic. You will have the opportunity to take classes with professors who are experts in the cultures, languages, histories, economics, politics, societies, and geographies of the world and committed to understanding the systems and networks that connect them all. These faculty mentors are your Castleton anchor when you study abroad. They can guide you as you assimilate to a new culture and help you interpret the career benefits of your experiences when you return home. Whether you are interested in global studies as a major, minor, or certificate you will have the opportunity to concentrate your learning in a particular region. Additionally, you will gain at least an intermediate competency in Spanish, French, Chinese, or Arabic, or use Castleton’s Rosetta Stone program to learn a language of your choice. The programs thematic concentrations will prepare you for a specific career path in either the cultural, environmental, or political sector. The Global Studies major provides an opportunity to acquire information, knowledge, and interpretive paradigms that enhance students' understanding of the changing world order and enable them to live more fulfilling and useful lives. This multidisciplinary major requires coursework that trains students to analyze the world in a variety of contexts—geographic, historical, economic, environmental, political, cultural, social, religious, philosophical, and aesthetic. Through their courses and study abroad, students develop the critical skills they will need to achieve their goals in our increasingly integrated local, national, and world communities.
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Art: Photography
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
Art is offered as a degree program leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Art. The Art Program at Castleton, while being a strongly humanistic course of study in which students develop skills in creative and critical thinking along with aesthetic and historical appreciation, is structured to provide art majors the opportunity to prepare for careers in Studio Art, Art History, Graphic Design, Art Education, or Photography. Departmental trips to New York City galleries and museums bring students in contact with original historic and contemporary works of art. Many galleries and museums, such as the Hood Museum, the Williams College Museum, the Clark Museum, Mass MOCA, the Middlebury College Museum, and the Fleming Museum are within easy reach of the campus. The Art Students League, a campus club, sponsors visiting artists, film series, studio visits, and collaborative projects as well as trips. Graduates of the art program have worked in graphic design studios and started graphic design and other art production businesses, worked in museums and galleries, entered Master of Fine Arts and other degree programs and, in conjunction with coursework in education, gained licensure and taught art in elementary and secondary schools in Vermont and other states.
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Global Studies: International Political Economy, Governance and Human Rights
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
This thematic concentration is designed for students interested in global institutions, power dynamics, and political processes, and who aspire to careers in the diplomatic service, the UN, peace work, or other international non-governmental organizations. A B.A. in Global Studies at Castleton will provide you with the opportunity to acquire information, knowledge, and interpretive paradigms that will enhance your understanding of the changing world order. This multidisciplinary major requires coursework that will train you to analyze the world in a variety of contexts—geographic, historical, economic, environmental, political, cultural, social, religious, philosophical, and aesthetic. You will have the opportunity to take classes with professors who are experts in the cultures, languages, histories, economics, politics, societies, and geographies of the world and committed to understanding the systems and networks that connect them all. These faculty mentors are your Castleton anchor when you study abroad. They can guide you as you assimilate to a new culture and help you interpret the career benefits of your experiences when you return home. Whether you are interested in global studies as a major, minor, or certificate you will have the opportunity to concentrate your learning in a particular region. Additionally, you will gain at least an intermediate competency in Spanish, French, Chinese, or Arabic, or use Castleton’s Rosetta Stone program to learn a language of your choice. The programs thematic concentrations will prepare you for a specific career path in either the cultural, environmental, or political sector. The Global Studies major provides an opportunity to acquire information, knowledge, and interpretive paradigms that enhance students' understanding of the changing world order and enable them to live more fulfilling and useful lives. This multidisciplinary major requires coursework that trains students to analyze the world in a variety of contexts—geographic, historical, economic, environmental, political, cultural, social, religious, philosophical, and aesthetic. Through their courses and study abroad, students develop the critical skills they will need to achieve their goals in our increasingly integrated local, national, and world communities.
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