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We challenge students to achieve high levels of written, oral, and artistic communication; critical and reflective thinking; creativity; and social, historical, and scientific awareness. Students share responsibility with their teachers and academic advisors for planning and pursuing their studies and evaluating their work.

We help students acquire knowledge and develop skills that will allow them to build meaningful livelihood. We prepare our students to act guided by social consciousness and self-awareness in the local, national, and global communities where they study, work, and live.

 

Humanities Programs @ Burlington College

Writing & Literature
Writing and Literature Bachelors This program provides a way for writers to explore many kinds of writing and literature and work on both expressiveness and craft in a supportive community. Read More
Study of the Americas
Study of the AmericasThe Study of the Americas Program emphasizes the interdependence of the nations of the Western Hemisphere. Read More
Liberal Arts Studies
Liberal Arts Associates Students will demonstrate proficiency in written communication, oral communication, critical thinking, research methods, and academic computing. Read More
Screenwriting - Certificate
Screenwriting Certificate The Certificate in Screenwriting is a 12-credit program of interested people who would like to learn the fundamentals of screenwriting. Read More
Cuban Studies - Certificate
Cuban Studies Certificate Students accepted into this unique program should be prepared to live in a sometimes unfamiliar but always fascinating city and society. Read More
 

 


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