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Saint Michael's College

Colchester, VT
Academics and Majors

Saint Michael's Says...

Academic Programs
Saint Michael's prepares its students for life after college with a dynamic liberal arts curriculum designed to foster intellectual curiosity and exploration, including a highly competitive honors program and many opportunities for self-directed study. Our curriculum emphasizes a...
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Saint Michael's Students Say...

Tucked away in “the heart of Vermont ski country,” Saint Michael’s Collegeoffers a “close-knit and familial atmosphere” where everyone “will alwaysvalue and support you.” “Small classes” help to ensure that “you are not justanother number in a lecture hall.” Indeed, the college “really wants to... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

One Winooski Park, Box 7

Colchester, VT 05439

United States

Phone: 802-654-3000

Fax: 802-654-2906

Website

Majors & Special Programs
All Majors: Accounting
American/United States Studies/Civilization
Anthropology
Art Teacher Education
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Total Number of Majors: 45
Degrees Offered: Bachelor's
Post-Bachelor's certificate
Master's
Post-Master's certificate
Combined Degree Programs: BA/JD
BA/MA
Joint Engineering Program: 3+2 w/ Univ. Vermont or Clarkson University (NY)
Other Joint Degree Programs: 4+1 MBA w/Clarkson, (B.S., + D.Pharm.) with Albany College of Pharmacy
Special Study Options: Cross Registration
Distance Learning
Double Major
Dual Enrollment
ESL
Exchange Student
Honors Program
IndependentStudy
Internship
Liberal Arts Career Combo
Student Designed Major
Study Abroad
Teacher Certification

Other Special Study Options:
Research for Academic Credit: Many majors require students to complete the equivalent of a senior thesis (sometimes called a Senior Seminar) for which they receive academic credit. Students work closely with an academic advisor on these capstone projects. Independent Research with Faculty: Independent research projects with faculty members--which are not-for-credit--often lead to peer-reviewed publications and presentations at major conferences. These projects are an exciting opportunity for students and faculty to work side-by-side, making important discoveries in their fields. For students, these opportunities not only provide excellent resume-building experience, but also the chance to work closely with a mentor. Some students may even qualify for grant-funded research stipends.
Required Coursework: Arts/fine arts
Computer literacy
English (including composition)
Foreign languages
History
Humanities
Mathematics
Philosophy
Sciences (biological or physical)
Social science

Other required coursework:
Study of Christian Traditions and Thought (two courses)
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Faculty & Class Information

Student Faculty Ratio
11.6:1
Total Faculty :
 
216
Faculty with Terminal Degree:
155
Faculty:
Classes Taught by TAs:
0%
Most Frequent Class Size:
10 - 19
Most Frequent Lab & Sub-Section Size:
10 - 19

Academics & Majors

  • Academic Rating:
    86
  • Academic Calendar:
    Semester
  • Student Faculty Ratio:
    11.6:1
  • Total Faculty:
    216