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Which Engineering Schools Are in the State of Vermont?

Learn about engineering schools in Vermont. See degree and specialization options, program requirements and courses, and get current tuition information for the region.

Undergraduate and graduate degree programs in engineering are available at several public and private institutions in Vermont. See what programs and specializations these Vermont schools offer and which one is right for you.

What You Need to Know

Earning an associate's degree in engineering technology won't prepare you to work as an engineer; however, it could prepare you to earn your bachelor's degree or for entry-level work assisting engineers with their projects. These programs combine courses in engineering technology with general education courses.

A bachelor's degree program provides the training you'll need for an entry-level position as an engineer. These programs require four years of study, and you'll complete general education coursework along with classes in your chosen engineering discipline.

Master's and doctoral programs in engineering allow you to do advanced coursework in your discipline, and these programs could prepare you for research or teaching positions in the field.

Associate's Degree Program in Vermont

Vermont Technical College

Regardless of your specialization, your core engineering classes will include calculus and physics. You also might take classes in circuitry, civil design, or hydraulics and drainage. Earned credits are designed to transfer, and the school has established cooperative agreements with the University of Vermont and Norwich University.

  • Program Name: Associate of Engineering
  • Specialization Areas: Civil and environmental engineering technology, computer engineering technology, electrical engineering technology and mechanical engineering technology
  • Program Length: 2 years, full-time
  • Tuition and Fees: $15,108 per year (resident), $27,780 per year (non-resident) (2018-2019)
  • School Type: 4-year, public, primarily associate; 1,638 students (1,632 undergraduate)

Bachelor's Degree Programs in Vermont

Norwich University

Norwich University, the first private engineering school in the nation, has a long history of international exchange programs. As an engineering student, you'll take core classes in calculus, differential equations, chemistry and physics. Depending on your field of study, you also might take classes in engineering mechanics or systems design. In the mechanical, civil and environmental programs, you'll take a course that prepares you for the FE exam.

  • Program Name: Bachelor of Science
  • Specialization Areas: Civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, engineering management and mechanical engineering
  • Program Length: 4 years, full-time
  • Tuition and Fees: $40,014 per year (2018-2019)
  • Prerequisites: 4 years of high school math
  • School Type: 4-year, private not-for-profit; 3,986 students (3,182 undergraduate)

St. Michael's College

The engineering program at St. Michael's College (SMC) is offered in conjunction with either the University of Vermont (UVM) or Clarkson University in New York. In either program, you'll earn both a Bachelor of Arts in Engineering from SMC and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from one of the other two universities. At SMC, you'd take courses in chemistry, calculus, physics, economics and computer science. At either Clarkson or the University of Vermont, you'd complete specialized engineering coursework in your major.

  • Program Name: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science
  • Areas of Study: Aeronautical, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental and mechanical (at Clarkson College); biomedical, civil, environmental, electrical and mechanical (at the University of Vermont)
  • Program Length: 5 years, full-time (including three years at St. Michael's)
  • Tuition and Fees: $45,375 per year (2018-2019)
  • School Type: 4-year, private not-for-profit; 1,950 students (1,694 undergraduate)

University of Vermont

Engineering coursework in this program includes classes in design, calculus, physics, statics, fluid mechanics and dynamics. In several of the areas of specialization, you can apply to enter an Accelerated Master's Program (AMP), which allows you to attend an additional year and earn both a bachelor's and master's degree. Several options allow for sub-specialization as well.

  • Program Name: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts
  • Specialization Areas: Civil engineering, electrical engineering, engineering, engineering management, environmental engineering and mechanical engineering
  • Program Length: 4 years, full-time
  • Tuition and Fees: $18,276 per year (resident), $42,516 per year (non-resident) (2018-2019)
  • Prerequisites: 4 years high school math
  • School Type: 4-year, public; 13,395 students (11,328 undergraduate)

Master's Degree Programs in Vermont

Norwich University

This program is primarily delivered online and consists of a total of 36 course credit hours of study. Despite the online format, you'll spend one week on campus prior to graduation. Core coursework in the program includes engineering analysis techniques, project management and engineering mathematics. Depending on your specialization, you might take classes in soil mechanics and foundation engineering, hydraulics or project finance and accounting. You'll also work on a capstone project, incorporating all aspects of an engineering project from design through completion, during your last semester.

  • Program Name: Master of Civil Engineering
  • Specialization Areas: Structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, construction management, environmental and water resources engineering
  • Program Length: 18-24 months, full-time
  • Tuition and Fees: $19,360 per year (2018-2019)
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree
  • Requirements: Resume, letter of intent, two letters of recommendation
  • School Type: 4-year, private not-for-profit; 3,986 students (3,182 undergraduate)

University of Vermont

In this program, you'll complete 30-36 credit hours of study, take both oral and written exams and write a thesis or research report. Depending on your field of study, you might take courses in engineering analysis, geomatics, statics or continuum mechanics. If you're interested in pursuing interdisciplinary research, the school also offers multiple certificate programs. Doctoral programs in all four specialization areas and bioengineering also are available.

  • Program Name: Master of Science
  • Specialization Areas: Civil and environmental engineering, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering
  • Program Length: 2 years, full-time
  • Tuition and Fees: $13,272 per year (resident), $31,452 per year (non-resident) (2018-2019)
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree in engineering or science
  • Admission Requirements: GRE scores
  • School Type: 4-year, public; 13,395 students (11,328 undergraduate)

Prospective engineering students can choose from a wide range of specializations, such as civil, mechanical, or environmental engineering, to earn their associate, bachelor's, or master's degree from several institutions in Vermont.