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Online Degrees From Vermont Colleges and Universities
by CB Staff
Online Vermont colleges and universities put you in the position to earn your degree without ever having to step foot in the northern state. That means you'll have access to qualified professors and instructors without ever having to leave home.

Today, the state of Vermont offers more than 20 colleges and universities to choose from. And as of 2005, some of the more popular college majors were business and commerce, the health and allied services, and the visual and performing arts.

Although often considered the land of ski slopes, Vermont is also home to a number of resort towns, which are popular destinations in the summer, and Buddhist communities. As a further indication of Vermont's popularity amongst tourists and out-of-staters, the real estate industry is the highest grossing industry in the state (second only after the government. The manufacturing and health care industries are also powerhouses in Vermont.

Inside Look at Vermont:
  • Visitors to Vermont can take part in activities like horseback riding, dog sledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, kayaking, and scuba diving.

  • Vermont several museums, including: the American Museum of Fly Fishing, Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, Cornish Colony Museum, and the Montshire Museum of Science.

  • Vermont's natural wonders include the Green Mountains and Lake Champlain.

  • The largest for-profit employer in the state of Vermont is IBM.
(Source: Wikipedia; Vermont.gov; College Bound Seniors 2005, The College Board)

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