Burlington College

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95 North Ave
Burlington, VT 05401

Flexible, self designed degree programs, independent study options, small classes, and personalized support. Bachelor’s degree programs offered in Cinema Studies and Film Production, Fine Arts, Gender Studies, Human Services, Individualized Majors, Inter-American Studies, Legal and Justice Studies, Photography, Psychology, Transpersonal Psychology, and Writing and Literature. Two-year associate’s degrees offered in Film Studies and General Studies. And one-year professionally-focused certificate programs in Documentary Filmmaking, Film Production, Screenwriting, and Paralegal Studies. Civic Scholars Program, Cuba Semester Abroad, independently-designed international programs, and low-residency, distance learning Independent Degree Program. An Institute for Civic Engagment that provides the Burlington College Community and the greater Burlington community with an opportunity to participate in political, social and cultural discourse by presenting lectures and symposia by local and international experts in pressing fields of public interest. The Burlington College mission affirms the dignity of every individual and gives direction to an education based on mutual respect, open dialogue, and experiential learning. The interdisciplinary curriculum encourages critical analysis, respect for differing perspectives, and historical and cultural awareness. Our faculty, practitioners in their fields, help students build upon their own interests and abilities to craft an individualized course of study and to pursue a meaningful livelihood. Burlington College students become lifelong learners and reflective, competent, and thoughtfully active citizens committed to a sustainable, just, and humane society.

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