Admissions representatives will be happy to direct you to the most appropriate person in the Division to answer your question.
Phone: (802) 860-2727
Majors in the Division of Education & Human Studies: Criminal Justice, Early Childhood / Elementary Teacher Education, Environmental Studies & Policy, Middle School Teacher Education (Dual Endorsement English/Language Arts & Social Studies), Law, Psychology, Secondary Teacher Education (English/Language Arts or History/Social Studies), Social Work
If you have questions about your future major, feel free to contact a faculty member who teaches in the major in which you are interested. Below, you will find a listing of our full time and part time faculty, and as you click through to their individual profiles, you will find all their program affiliations, educational credentials and contact information.
Graduate Programs in the Division of Education & Human Studies: Master of Education in Early Childhood Education, Master of Science in Law, Master of Science in Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies
If you have questions about one of our Master's programs, please visit our Graduate Studies site.