Graduate Schools in Vermont | VT Graduate Programs
Experience the lovely outdoors by studying at a graduate school in Vermont. In addition to the lovely fall foliage, Vermont is home to various colleges and universities.
Vermont has a population of 626,562 in 2014, which is a 0.1% change from 2010. 34.8% of Vermont residents have a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the annual median household income is $54,267. Vermont leads the nation in the production of monument granite, marble, and maple products. The largest cities and towns in the state include Burlington, Essex, South Burlington, Colchester, Rutland and Bennington.i
Popular Graduate Degree Programs in Vermont
|Master of Arts in Military History||Norwich University||Private not-for-profit (no religious affiliation)|
|PH.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies||Union Institute and University||Private not-for-profit (no religious affiliation)|
|Master of Arts in Education||Goddard College||Private not-for-profit (no religious affiliation)|
Tourism is a major industry in Vermont. Their famous ski and snowboarding resorts- including Mt. Snow, Killington and Stowe- bring in tourists during the colder monthsii. During warmer months, hunting and fishing attract visitors as well. Some of the points of interest for tourists include the Green Mountain National Forest, the Bennington Battle Monument, the towns of Manchester and Woodstock and more.iii
If you’re looking to study at one of Vermont’s five state colleges or fourteen private colleges, browse our listings below.
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|Population||Median Household Income||Median Gross Rent||% of person having a bachelor's degree or higher|