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Continuously evolving and innovating to meet tomorrow’s needs.

Every Champlain major has career potential. Why? Because our programs are aligned with today’s in-demand industries and fastest-growing careers while looking toward tomorrow’s newly emerging fields.

By maintaining active partnerships with industry partners, Champlain continually reviews each program’s curriculum to make sure you’re learning the most relevant skills and concepts for the workplace you’ll be entering.

Get ready to become Future Ready!

Different by Design

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Our Curriculum is Upside-Down

Get ready for professionally focused courses on DAY ONE with our Upside-Down Curriculum. By working on real projects earlier, you’ll be ready for meaningful internships sooner than your peers at other institutions.

Not-So-General Education

Typical gen-ed programs teach facts about one discipline at a time. Here at Champlain, you’ll connect the dots exploring the multiple aspects of any issue and learning to recognize a variety of influences in every situation through our Core Curriculum.

Ready for Life!

Adulting doesn’t just come naturally. Gain confidence in your ability to manage your finances, market your professional skills, and set yourself up for a well-rounded life as you explore the complexities of doing life in our four-year InSight Program!

Build Your Resume

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Centers of Experience

Put your classroom knowledge to the test in one of our Centers of Experience. While each center has its own identity and provides unique services, they all share the same mission: connect Champlain talent with real clients to solve real problems.

Studio Experiences

Studio experiences allow you to work with your peers from other disciplines just like you would in a real world agency. From playable games to podcast productions, studio experiences encourage you to think bigger, together.


Because you start taking major-related courses in your first semester, you’ll be well-prepared for internships as early as the summer after your first year–that’s two years earlier than many of your peers at other institutions.

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