As humans, it’s natural to wonder what makes our brains tick. Why do people do the things they do? What drives us to behave the way we do? If you are one who is intrigued by these questions, perhaps psychology is the right field for you.
The study of psychology can help prepare for work in counseling, human resources, business, marketing and consumer research, public policy, law enforcement, education, healthcare, behavioral and experimental therapy, and other diverse careers. A degree in psychology can provide great insight into the human brain and how it controls thoughts, behaviors, and actions.
University of Vermont offers 3 Psychology, General degree programs. It's a large, public, four-year university in a small city. In 2019, 148 Psychology, General students graduated with students earning 133 Bachelor's degrees, 13 Doctoral degrees, and 2 Master's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of Vermont Burlington, VT||22 : 1||13,548|
|Middlebury College Middlebury, VT||9 : 1||2,657|
|Saint Michael's College Colchester, VT||15 : 1||1,875|
|Northern Vermont University Johnson, VT||29 : 1||2,376|
|Norwich University Northfield, VT||25 : 1||3,933|
|Castleton University Castleton, VT||30 : 1||2,399|
|Goddard College Plainfield, VT||38 : 1||340|
|Bennington College Bennington, VT||14 : 1||826|
|Marlboro College Marlboro, VT||5 : 1||154|
|Landmark College Putney, VT||8 : 1||540|