CCV Pathways

CCV Pathways

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Accounting (CCV)

Accounting (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Online)

At Northern Vermont University, you'll work closely with faculty experts to build your own expertise in this growing field. Courses in mathematics, principles of marketing and economics, as well as different accounting fields, will prepare you to graduate with the skills that will make you stand out to prospective employers in this growth field. Learn More: Johnson/Online.

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Accounting (NVU-Lyndon)

At Northern Vermont University, you'll work closely with faculty experts to build your own expertise in this growing field. Courses in mathematics, principles of marketing and economics, as well as different accounting fields, will prepare you to graduate with the skills that will make you stand out to prospective employers in this growth field. Learn More.

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Behavioral Science (CCV)

Anthropology and Sociology (NVU-Johnson)

Students in this program probe such diverse topics as art, environment, evolution, symbolism, values, healing, and religion to understand the range of cultural and biological differences among the world’s peoples. Learn more.

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Psychology (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Online)

In our small classes with low student-teacher ratios, you’ll get personal attention from professors. The faculty includes psychologists and social workers with experience in clinical psychology, child and adolescent development, and community mental health to give you an interdisciplinary foundation. Our programs will prepare you for a range of career opportunities in human resources, management, teaching, school counseling, nonprofit development, medicine, and many other areas. Johnson/Online.

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Applied Psychology and Human Services (NVU-Lyndon)

You'll gain a strong foundation in psychological theory and become well-versed in psychological and social explanations of human behavior. Students are required to complete two practicum experiences to gain hands-on learning experience in a professional setting — this can include an internship at a local school, rehab, or mental health clinic. Upon graduation, you'll have the knowledge and training needed to succeed in many different jobs or in graduate school. Learn more.

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Criminal Justice (NVU-Lyndon)

With our unique and flexible curriculum, you'll focus on the areas of criminal justice studies that appeal to your interests — including law enforcement, terrorism, environmental justice, and juvenile justice systems. We offer summer, winter, condensed, and online classes as well, to work with your schedule and to make it possible for you to finish your degree early. Learn more.

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Criminal Justice: Restorative Justice Concentration (NVU-Lyndon)

Our innovative and comprehensive concentration in restorative justice is one of the firsts of its kind in the nation. You’ll graduate with hands-on experiential knowledge about implementing restorative justice practices in your professional career. Learn more.

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Business (CCV)

Business Administration: Management Concentration (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Online)

Through internships, case studies, and simulations, you’ll apply management theory to actual business situations and develop skills in planning, organization, leadership, human resources. Learn more: Johnson/Online.

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Business Administration: Sport Management Concentration (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Online)

You'll receive a comprehensive education in the business and administration of athletics, sports, and recreation. Courses provide a solid foundation in ethical leadership, governance, law, finance, marketing, facility design, resource management, and event planning. Learn more: Johnson/Online.

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Business Administration: Management Concentration (NVU-Lyndon)

Through internships, case studies, and simulations, you’ll apply management theory to actual business situations and develop skills in planning, organization, leadership, human resources. Learn more.

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Business Administration: Sport Management Concentration (NVU-Lyndon)

You'll receive a comprehensive education in the business and administration of athletics, sports, and recreation. Courses provide a solid foundation in ethical leadership, governance, law, finance, marketing, facility design, resource management, and event planning. Learn more.

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Early Childhood Education (CCV)

Early Childhood Education (NVU-Online)

All courses in the early childhood education program are online, so no matter where you live in Vermont, your career can benefit from our highly regarded education program. Students in the program are required to complete an onsite student-teaching requirement and meet with their program advisor. Learn more.

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Environmental Science (CCV)

Environmental Science (NVU-Lyndon)

This transfer pathway will help you plan courses at the CCV that will meet major specific requirements at NVU. Transfer students from CCV who have obtained an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree will have the NVU general education program requirements waived. Transfer courses from regionally accredited institutions will be accepted if grades are C- or better. Learn more.

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Health Science (CCV)

Health Sciences: Health and Wellness Coaching Concentration (NVU-Johnson)

Health and wellness is a growing field with a wide range of careers. You’ll learn the science behind health and wellness and graduate prepared to make an impact by helping people make positive changes through wellness coaching and health education. Learn more.

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Health Sciences: Pre-Professional Health Studies Concentration (NVU-Johnson)

Health sciences is a growing field with a wide range of careers. As a student in the pre-professional health concentration at NVU-Johnson, you will study basic sciences, including biology, chemistry, anatomy, and physiology. After receiving a solid foundation in the sciences, your upper level courses will explore health assessments, the disease process, nutrition and fitness, and the scientific method. Learn more.

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Information Technology (CCV)

Data Science (NVU-Lyndon/NVU-Johnson)

Our Data Science program will prepare you to make data-based decisions, inferences, and predictions using industry-standard programs and software — giving you the skills to make your impact in a career beyond NVU. Learn more.

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Computer Information Systems (NVU-Lyndon)

Technology drives big data, quick changes in computer information systems, and growth in the sciences. It’s an exciting time to explore computer science and math, and NVU graduates leave prepared for in-demand careers. Learn more.

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Liberal Studies (CCV)

History (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Lyndon)

As you build critical-thinking skills with our diverse courses at Northern Vermont University, you can explore the rise of consumer culture, examine the Abenaki experience in the Northeast, and follow the changing roles of women in Europe from ancient to modern times, among many other topics. Learn more.

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Interdisciplinary Studies (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Online)

The interdisciplinary studies major allows you to design your own customized program of study. Working with your advisor, you’ll identify the disciplines or groups of disciplines you want to study, then submit a detailed program proposal describing the relationships among three areas of study you choose to pursue. Learn more: Johnson/Online.

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Liberal Studies (NVU-Lyndon)

As a liberal studies major at NVU-Lyndon, you'll explore the full creative range of the liberal arts and sciences. Instead of focusing on one field, you'll design a theme-based program of study that integrates many fields. Learn more.

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Music Business and Industry (NVU-Lyndon)

If you have a passion for music and a drive to succeed in a music-related career, you'll thrive in our nationally known music business and industry program, offered at NVU-Lyndon. You will gain skills in internships at recording studios, music festivals, radio stations, and with other businesses to help you stand out in the job market after you graduate. Learn more.

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Liberal Studies with Specialization in Global Studies (CCV)

Interdisciplinary Studies (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Online)

The interdisciplinary studies major allows you to design your own customized program of study. Working with your advisor, you’ll identify the disciplines or groups of disciplines you want to study, then submit a detailed program proposal describing the relationships among three areas of study you choose to pursue. Learn more: Johnson/Online.

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Global Studies (NVU-Lyndon)

The global studies program prepares NVU graduates to address the international issues they'll experience in any career path –- from theater and art to biology, education, and more. You'll develop an understanding of the people, cultures, and political and economic forces that shape our world. Learn more.

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Media Studies (CCV)

Media Arts (NVU-Johnson)

Students in our NVU-Johnson media arts program explore the expanding world of media with an emphasis on creative inquiry, artistic collaboration, and adapting to emerging technologies. Courses include graphic design, image processing, animation and motion graphics, video, and new media. Learn more.

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Professional Studies (CCV)

Data Science (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Lyndon)

Our Data Science program will prepare you to make data-based decisions, inferences, and predictions using industry-standard programs and software — giving you the skills to make your impact in a career beyond NVU. Learn more.

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STEM Studies (CCV)

Biology (NVU-Johnson)

The bachelor of science program in biology at Northern Vermont University-Johnson introduces the core sub-disciplines of biology and offers advanced studies in organismal, human, molecular, and environmental biology. Learn more.

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Health Sciences: Health and Wellness Coaching Concentration (NVU-Johnson)

Health and wellness is a growing field with a wide range of careers. You’ll learn the science behind health and wellness and graduate prepared to make an impact by helping people make positive changes through wellness coaching and health education. Learn more.

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Health Sciences: Pre-Professional Health Studies Concentration (NVU-Johnson)

Health sciences is a growing field with a wide range of careers. As a student in the pre-professional health concentration at NVU-Johnson, you will study basic sciences, including biology, chemistry, anatomy, and physiology. After receiving a solid foundation in the sciences, your upper level courses will explore health assessments, the disease process, nutrition and fitness, and the scientific method. Learn more.

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Mathematics (NVU-Johnson)

As a math student at either of our campuses, you'll benefit from NVU's small classes, and you'll work closely with dedicated, supportive faculty who want to see you succeed. You will have opportunities to explore mathematics in a way that will make you stand out to potential employers when you graduate. Learn more.

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Mathematics (NVU-Lyndon)

As a math student at either of our campuses, you'll benefit from NVU's small classes, and you'll work closely with dedicated, supportive faculty who want to see you succeed. You will have opportunities to explore mathematics in a way that will make you stand out to potential employers when you graduate. Learn more.

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Holistic Health (NVU-Johnson/NVU-Online)

Our program is based on scientific standards set by the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health and Bastyr University’s School of Naturopathic Medicine program. You'll explore the social, cultural, political, and psychological aspects of different health care systems in the U.S. and around the world. You will gain the knowledge and skills to make informed health care decisions and lifestyle choices and to prepare for a career as a state-of-the-art doctor or other health care professional or veterinarian. Learn more: Johnson/Online.

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Climate Change Science (NVU-Lyndon)

The new climate change science program at NVU-Lyndon prepares students with a passion for environmental issues to become effective leaders and problem-solvers. This innovative program allows students to understand climate change in an interdisciplinary manner: you’ll develop a strong foundation in atmospheric and environmental sciences, including biology, chemistry, and geology, as well as the communication skills needed to become an effective advocate. Learn more.

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Natural Science (NVU-Lyndon)

The natural science program at NVU-Lyndon provides a diverse foundation of scientific knowledge that will help you plan your next move. Whether you want to attend graduate school or pursue medical training, teaching, or a science career, the natural science program will prepare you to reach your goals. Learn more.

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