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Summer Open House Academic Sessions

Learn about each of our academic areas, majors, and applying without declaring a major

Faculty-Led Academic Webinars

What is the academic experience at Champlain? What makes our majors different from those you will find at other schools? Attend a Summer Open House Academic Session to find out. 

We will be holding different virtual Academic Sessions for various areas of interest across the college. Below, you will see all of the areas of study, and when you click the plus sign, you will be able to see which specific majors will be covered in each webinar. Please feel free to sign up for as many Academic Sessions as you like. 

Please register for each Academic Session you wish to attend by clicking the register button.

You will immediately receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link. We will also send you a reminder with the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the event. If you have any questions, please email us at admission@champlain.edu or call or text: 802.625.0201

Attending a Summer Open House Academic Session automatically qualifies you for our Visit Scholarship (to ensure correct attribution, be sure to sign in to the Zoom event using the same name you used when you registered!).

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As an undeclared major at Champlain, you will be able to explore your interests in different fields before you choose a career path. Champlain's Upside-Down Curriculum allows you to enroll in a variety of classes in different majors during your first two semesters, so you can test drive different disciplines. Here, you'll find the support you need to choose the major that will lead to a career you love—as well as a chance to explore areas you never knew existed!

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Champlain students from the Division of Information Technology & Sciences are now so highly sought after that many are being recruited while still in their junior year, which is just part of the reason Champlain ranks in Niche's "Top 20 Best Colleges for Information Technology in America." Majors covered in this webinar are the Computer Digital Forensics Major and the Computer Networking & Cybersecurity Major

You may also be interested in other majors within the Division of Information Technology & Sciences: Applied MathematicsComputer Science & InnovationData Science Game Programming Feel free to register for the  Technology, Math, Data Science Majors | Division of Information Technology & Sciences webinar as well.

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The Division of Information Technology & Sciences (ITS) helps Champlain students become the problem solvers, system designers, and technology professionals of the future. Through a combination of extensive experience-based projects and classroom teaching led by acclaimed faculty who are experts in their fields, you will obtain the knowledge, skills, and experience you need to compete in the professional world.

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If you are interested in Computer & Digital Forensics and/or Computer Networking & Cybersecurity, there will be a separate webinar on 7/14/20. You can register for that event as well as this one

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The Champlain Studio is a cohort experience that emphasizes teamwork across all the game development disciplines, facilitated by game-industry expert professors. Game Art, Game Design, and Game Programming majors, along with business Game Production Management majors from the Stiller School of Business, work side by side to create original projects.

The cohort environment ensures you'll learn essential professional social skills as you master the latest game development expertise. You'll be ready to jump right into the best jobs, with a full understanding of how a professional game studio team functions.

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Whether your passions lie with people or the environment, our majors are all game-changers. As a student in the Division of Education & Human Studies (EHS), you'll find the support you need to choose the major that will lead to a career that allows you to make a difference. You will have an EHS advisor and a career services advisor to support your choice of our majors.

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The mission of the Robert P. Stiller School of Business is to develop the strengths, integrity, expertise, and entrepreneurial mindset of aspiring and innovative professionals with a goal of driving positive change in their lives, workplaces, communities, and the world. We offer a comprehensive business curriculum that features extensive real-world experience and covers both the basics and the complexities of how business is conducted in a global economy. Our graduates are not only prepared to thrive in this accelerated age, they are set up to make a lasting impact through their work

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Each major in the Division of Communication & Creative Media (CCM) integrates academic excellence with strong professional skills, emphasizing innovation, creativity, technological expertise, and critical reflection. You will gain firsthand experience in and out of the classroom, studying with professionals in the field, and engaging with our strong network of industry partners.

You may also be interested in other majors within the Division of Communication & Creative Media:Communication, Broadcast Media Production, and Professional Writing. Feel free to register for the Division of Communication & Creative Media | Art, Design, & Film 7/16 @3:30 PM Academic Webinar as well.

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Each major in the Division of Communication & Creative Media (CCM) integrates academic excellence with strong professional skills, emphasizing innovation, creativity, technological expertise, and critical reflection. You will gain firsthand experience in and out of the classroom, studying with professionals in the field, and engaging with our strong network of industry partners.

You may also be interested in other majors within the Division of Communication & Creative Media: Filmmaking, Game Art, Visual Communication Design. Feel free to register for the Division of Communication & Creative Media | Art, Design, & Film webinar as well.

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