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American Studies
Saint Michael's College, Bachelor of Arts

Where traditional academic departments represent specialized disciplines (think Biology, Psychology, or Math, for example), the American Studies Program represents all departments/disciplines at Saint Michael's that are most relevant to learning about America’s history and culture: History, English, Religious Studies, Political Science, Fine Arts, Sociology/Anthropology, and Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts. The American Studies major, then, lets students experience a wide range of academic topics and fields and how they intersect in and inform the broad picture of America.

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Anthropology
Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts

Social science is an exploration of the human experience. Bennington students in anthropology, politics, psychology, and other areas of the social sciences develop the tools to write history, delve into the human psyche, and more deeply understand states, societies, and cultures. Working closely with faculty, you develop your own precise questions and observations, with an emphasis on gathering evidence, constructing arguments, and presenting your ideas with clarity.

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Applied Psychology and Human Services
Lyndon State College, Bachelor of Science

LSC's Bachelor of Sciences in Applied Psychology and Human Services has streamlined degree requirements while expanding pre-professional choices for students. The degree requires completion of seven core courses. Twelve additional upper-level credits are taken in one of the following options, depending on the individual student’s focus and interest: generalist, graduate school, child and adolescent development, community mental health or substance abuse, and elder populations.

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Behavioral Sciences
College of St. Joseph, Bachelor of Arts

The College of St. Joseph Behavioral Science program provides an opportunity for working professionals in the field of human services to strengthen and broaden their knowledge of human behavior as it applies to individual health, growth, pathology, cultural influences, research methodology and other topics of relevance to helping professionals, in order to provide a foundation for entry into a graduate program in psychology, mental health, or an allied counseling field.

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Child & Family Services
College of St. Joseph, Bachelor of Science

The College of St. Joseph Child and Family Services major is designed for students who wish to work with children, adolescents, and/or families in a counseling-related capacity. Typical employment opportunities include early intervention programs, case management, counseling, or advocacy positions in social service agencies, mental health programs (such as child and family services, parent education, or respite services), or in other nonprofit human service agencies. Our students demonstrate the willingness to engage in self assessment, and personal and professional growth.

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Communications
Norwich University, Bachelor of Science

Because communications professionals must demonstrate both creative and technical skills, Norwich has developed a career-oriented program that stresses the liberal arts and sciences in equal measure. Along with fundamental courses in writing, public speaking, literature, psychology, mathematics, science, social science and fine arts, the Communications curriculum stresses advanced writing, editing and production experience in print and electronic media.

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English
Green Mountain College, Bachelor of Art

Through the study of literature, it’s possible to see the world through the eyes of authors from across time and around the world. While most students major in the subject because of their fondness for a good story and their love of language, the study of literature also provides dramatic lessons in history, philosophy, psychology, and cultural studies. (Secondary Education licensure available)

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Health Sciences: Pre-Physical Therapy
Johnson State College, Bachelor of Science

This is a rigorous and intensive science-packed program that prepares graduates for admission to doctorate of physical therapy (D.P.T.) programs and paves the way for chiropractic and physician-assistant graduate study. Courses include chemistry, physics, anatomy, physiology, biology, psychology and statistics. An internship under the supervision of a physical therapist, chiropractor or physician assistant is required. Graduates earn a B.S. in Health Sciences with a concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy. Graduates who successfully complete the education curriculum for secondary licensure become candidates for a license to teach science in grades PreK-12.

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History
Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts

Social science is an exploration of the human experience. Bennington students in anthropology, politics, psychology, and other areas of the social sciences develop the tools to write history, delve into the human psyche, and more deeply understand states, societies, and cultures. Working closely with faculty, you develop your own precise questions and observations, with an emphasis on gathering evidence, constructing arguments, and presenting your ideas with clarity.

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International Relations
Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts

Social science is an exploration of the human experience. Bennington students in anthropology, politics, psychology, and other areas of the social sciences develop the tools to write history, delve into the human psyche, and more deeply understand states, societies, and cultures. Working closely with faculty, you develop your own precise questions and observations, with an emphasis on gathering evidence, constructing arguments, and presenting your ideas with clarity.

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Languages
Marlboro College, Bachelor

Linguistics is the scientific study of this human language ability. It is concerned with describing languages and with understanding our knowledge of language as speakers and how we come to have that knowledge. It is connected to many other fields of study, including psychology, anthropology, biology, physics, mathematics, philosophy and literature. Courses in linguistics aim to develop analytical skills, focusing on areas of syntax, semantics, and comparative syntax from theoretical and formal perspectives. Marlboro students are able to focus in Mandarin, French, Spanish, and Arabic.

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Liberal Studies
College of St. Joseph, Bachelor of Arts

The College of St. Joseph Liberal Studies major is designed to educate students in the broadest sense, utilizing a holistic approach to understanding human civilization. Study of an interdisciplinary curriculum provides knowledge of human society within a historical, social, physical, and aesthetic context. Students in this program can minor in English, History, Political Science, and Studio Arts, Business, Psychology or Human Services.

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Neuroscience
Middlebury College, Bachelor

Neuroscience is the study of the mind, how the brain functions, and the role of the nervous system in normal and abnormal behavior. The Neuroscience Program offers a wide array of courses that explore the neural bases of behavior from multiple perspectives, including biology, psychology, and philosophy. Neuroscience students actively engage in research both as part of the Neuroscience Program curriculum and in the research laboratories of Neuroscience faculty. The Neuroscience major is an excellent choice for students wishing to attend graduate school, medical school, or veterinary school

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Neuroscience
Saint Michael's College, Bachelor of Science

As a Neuroscience major you will investigate the brain and nervous system by focusing on multidisciplinary aspects of neuroscience through courses in Biology, Psychology, and Philosophy, including a Neuroscience senior capstone course. Majors share a similar program of six required core courses, but can focus their study in different directions (e.g., behavioral or cellular) through electives at the intermediate level and in senior study. These elective courses will provide fundamental knowledge and techniques in Biology and Psychology that apply to the field of neuroscience and its broader scientific context. You will further gain important skills in analytical techniques, reading and evaluating scientific literature, and written and oral communication in the sciences.

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Outdoor Education: Adventure Education & Wilderness Leadership
Johnson State College, Bachelor of Arts

This program provides technical training in outdoor techniques and leadership in combination with cross-disciplinary study in education, psychology and biology and environmental science. Students master the skills and knowledge to safely lead groups wherever adventure calls, become adept at group process and have the opportunity to gain certification as a Wilderness First Responder. Graduates earn a B.A. in Outdoor Education with a concentration in Adventure Education & Wilderness Leadership.

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Outdoor Education: Environmental Education
Johnson State College, Bachelor of Arts

This program is for students pursuing careers helping children and adults learn about and explore their environment, understand what they can do to take care of it, and apply what they learn to global environmental issues. It program provides technical training in outdoor techniques and leadership in combination with cross-disciplinary study in education, psychology, biology and environmental science. Graduates earn a B.A. in Outdoor Education with a concentration in Environmental Education.

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Philosophy
Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts

Social science is an exploration of the human experience. Bennington students in anthropology, politics, psychology, and other areas of the social sciences develop the tools to write history, delve into the human psyche, and more deeply understand states, societies, and cultures. Working closely with faculty, you develop your own precise questions and observations, with an emphasis on gathering evidence, constructing arguments, and presenting your ideas with clarity.

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Political Economy
Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts

Social science is an exploration of the human experience. Bennington students in anthropology, politics, psychology, and other areas of the social sciences develop the tools to write history, delve into the human psyche, and more deeply understand states, societies, and cultures. Working closely with faculty, you develop your own precise questions and observations, with an emphasis on gathering evidence, constructing arguments, and presenting your ideas with clarity.

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Political Science
Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts

Social science is an exploration of the human experience. Bennington students in anthropology, politics, psychology, and other areas of the social sciences develop the tools to write history, delve into the human psyche, and more deeply understand states, societies, and cultures. Working closely with faculty, you develop your own precise questions and observations, with an emphasis on gathering evidence, constructing arguments, and presenting your ideas with clarity.

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Psychological Science
The University of Vermont, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts

Psychology
Bennington College, Bachelor of Arts

Social science is an exploration of the human experience. Bennington students in anthropology, politics, psychology, and other areas of the social sciences develop the tools to write history, delve into the human psyche, and more deeply understand states, societies, and cultures. Working closely with faculty, you develop your own precise questions and observations, with an emphasis on gathering evidence, constructing arguments, and presenting your ideas with clarity.

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Psychology
Castleton University, Bachelor of Arts

With Castleton’s degree in Psychology you will have the opportunity to select concentrations in development, forensics and health. You will demonstrate an ability to read, understand, and critique both classic contemporary research literature. You will design, conduct, analyze, interpret and successfully present scientific research through which you will demonstrate an ability to speak and write effectively. Additionally, you will evaluate your own unique interests, abilities, career, and life goals. Upon completion of the program you will be prepared to pursue advanced graduate training and/or careers in human services.

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Psychology
Champlain College, Bachelor of Science

Champlain College's career-focused approach to education makes our Bachelor of Science in Psychology program one of the most diverse, practical and applicable psychology programs in the country. Our program gives you the opportunity to identify, prepare and follow a clear and realistic academic pathway, while preparing you to use your understanding of human behavior throughout your future personal, civic and professional life. By graduation, you’ll have been exposed to counseling/clinical psychology, as well as forensic and child psychology, and interned at nonprofits in the community.

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Psychology
College of St. Joseph, Bachelor

The College of St. Joseph Psychology major prepares students to pursue graduate work in their area of interest within the field of psychology or allied mental health fields. The broad focus of the program is designed to provide a substantial background, which will prepare the student to think critically, make effective decisions, and contribute to solving social problems within our society.

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Psychology
Goddard College, Bachelor of Arts

Goddard's BA/MA Fast Track in Psychology and Counseling is a low-residency accelerated degree program that affords learners a seamless path to obtain their Bachelor's and Master's degree over a shorter period of time.

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Psychology
Green Mountain College, Bachelor of Art

Understanding human behavior requires curiosity, the capacity for self-reflection, and a basic grasp of the tools of quantitative and qualitative research. It calls for an appreciation of biology and evolutionary theory as well as an analysis of the complex environmental factors facing modern humans. The GMC Psychology Program is structured to provide a strong grounding in contemporary psychological theory and practice, while at the same time, permitting ample exploration of these other important contributing disciplines.

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Psychology
Johnson State College, Bachelor of Arts

Students in the B.A. in Psychology program explore a wide range of theories concerning human behavior, development, thought, emotion, learning, intelligence, personality, group dynamics and abnormal behavior. Through course work and a fieldwork opportunities, students apply the knowledge gained in class to the real world. Students have the opportunity to work as research assistants during the school year and in the summer. An internship is required.

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Psychology
Marlboro College, Bachelor

Psychology is distinguished from other fields by its emphasis on a person’s individual experience in understanding phenomena.

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Psychology
Middlebury College, Bachelor

People want to understand one another. We are curious about human behavior and why people think, feel, and act the way they do. Middlebury’s Department of Psychology focuses on the scientific study of these issues. Students are encouraged to understand mental processes, emotions, and behavior from a variety of different perspectives, spanning social, cognitive, neuroscientific, developmental, and clinical approaches. They engage in research, including research projects in faculty laboratories. A sophisticated collection of technological tools promotes teaching and research within the department.

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Psychology
Norwich University, Bachelor of Arts

Our students learn the importance of scientific method through graduate-level research projects. One requirement is a senior seminar that encourages psychology majors to explore and research a topic of interest and relevance to their chosen field. This research- which involves data collection, literature review, conducting an experiment with human subjects, and writing and presenting a thesis- covers a wide range of topics from stereotyping to threat perception.

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Psychology
Saint Michael's College, Bachelor of Arts

The psychology major at Saint Michael's will expose you to psychology in its many forms, from neuroscience, to cognitive, to clinical. As a result, you will find yourself studying a diverse array of subjects like addiction, hunger and eating, media's effect on children, sports psychology, or psychology and the law. Our students are frequently out in the field working in alternative school classrooms, mental health agencies, and crisis centers, or back in campus labs researching issues such as the effects of stress on health, or of video-game playing on thinking skills.

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Psychology
Southern Vermont College, Bachelor of Science

Psychology offers a flexible degree that allows students to successfully pursue their long-term educational and career goals. Psychology courses cover developmental, theoretical, and clinical areas of study; and practicum and senior seminar courses that emphasize application of theory and research.

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Psychology - Fast Track to MA in Psychology and Counseling
Goddard College, Bachelor of Arts

The Psychology and Counseling BA/MA Program is an accelerated degree program that affords learners a seamless path to obtain their professional education over a shorter period of time. Opportunities in the field of counseling are requiring heightened qualifications that demand persons entering or seeking promotions to hold higher academic credentials. Our program meets the need for higher academic credentials through an innovative educational approach for learning skill development more efficiently, while meeting national demands for qualified psychologists and counselors.

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Psychology: Health & Sport Psychology
Johnson State College, Bachelor of Arts

This program explores how psychology can be used to improve motivation and performance, how physical activity improves mental health and overall well-being, and how stress and other psychological factors affect health and wellness. Students engage in original research projects in collaboration with faculty and have the opportunity to assist with ongoing research into biofeedback as a tool for exercise motivation. An internship is required. Graduates earn a B.A. in Psychology with a concentration in Health & Sport Psychology.

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Social Science by Contract-Psychology
Castleton University, Bachelor of Science

With Castleton’s degree in Psychology Major-by-Contract degree you will design your own course of study, which will enhance your ability to read, understand, and critique both classic contemporary research literature. You will design, conduct, analyze, interpret, and successfully present scientific research through which you will demonstrate an ability to speak and write effectively. Additionally, you will evaluate your own unique interests, abilities, career, and life goals. Completion of the program will prepare you to pursue advanced graduate training and/or careers in human services.

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Wilderness and Outdoor Therapy
Green Mountain College, Bachelor of Arts

THE OUTDOORS is an ideal setting to help patients cope with mental health or behavioral challenges. Outdoor wilderness therapy is one of the fastest growing alternative venues for delivering mental health care because it allows therapists to remove patients from their everyday environment as they work on improving their mental health and well-being. The new major in Wilderness and Outdoor Therapy at Green Mountain College borrows from the field of psychology and outdoor education. It provides students with the theory that underlies counseling programs while giving them the necessary outdoor skills to successfully lead patients and keep them safe in the wilderness. After completing the requirements for this degree, graduates will be well qualified to work with certified mental health practitioners in the delivery of an outdoor or wilderness therapy program.

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Psychological Science
The University of Vermont, Doctorate (Ph.D.)

Clinical Psychology
College of St. Joseph, Master's Degree of Science

The College of St. Joseph Clinical Psychology Program trains Master's Degree’s level professional psychologists who can assist clients in the enhancement of their psychological well-being. It is based on a foundation that recognizes the importance of the scientific method of clinical inquiry, sound research and psychological assessment. The faculty works with the belief that an effective therapist is an effective human being. For this reason, the program emphasizes the development of theoretical knowledge, therapeutic competencies, personal awareness and growth, and professional ethical thinking.

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Clinical Psychology
Saint Michael's College, Master's Degree of Arts

Our Clinical Psychology Graduate Program is eclectic, offering a broad psycho-social perspective in which our faculty offer a diversity of interests and views within the framework of the curriculum. All clinical courses are taught by highly experienced practicing psychologists, bringing to the classroom a wide array of clinical perspectives: primarily contemporary psychodynamic, humanistic, and social systems. Our students, however, are the real heart of the program. Upon graduating, our students go on to professional positions in a variety of settings.

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Education: Applied Behavior Analysis
Castleton University, Master of Arts

The Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis on Curriculum and Instruction is a course of study designed for educators who wish to strengthen their understanding of curriculum theory, integrated curricula, the role of technology in curriculum, curricula and global issues, and the ways in which action research can be used to shape more effective curriculum. The concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis is an area of need that has grown siginificantly. Principals, special educators, and special education directors identify behavior interventions and strategies as prioroity needs in their schools. The courses in this concentration form a frame a collaborative concentration supported by both the Education and Psychology departments. This degree is intended for candidates who already have initial licensure. Candidates who are not planning to obtain a teaching license may also obtain this degree.

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Individualized Studies in Liberal Arts-Consciousness Studies
Goddard College, Master's Degree of Arts

The emphasis at Goddard is on developing an interdisciplinary approach to the study of consciousness that is open to a range of perspectives from the scientific to the transpersonal. As an exciting and emerging area of study various disciplines are drawn upon including the neurosciences, philosophy of mind, anthropology of consciousness, Jungian psychology, religious studies, transpersonal psychology, as well as the arts and humanities.

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Psychology
Goddard College, Master's Degree of Arts

The MA in Psychology is designed to prepare graduates to enter into their area of psychology with the professional skills necessary to advance their career goals, their personal development, and to make a positive impact on the communities in which they live and work. We have the goal of meeting each student where the student is in their development as a scholar, as a psychologist, and as an advocate for social justice.

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Psychology and Counseling-Sexual Orientation
Goddard College, Master's Degree of Arts

In recognition of society’s need for counselors and other professionals who have a specialized knowledge of the issues of sexual orientation, Goddard College developed a special concentration as an option for students enrolled in the Psychology and Counseling Program. The Sexual Orientation Concentration infuses the entire program’s curriculum and community through support for all students in their learning and cultural competence.

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