Take a virtual tour
Follow Rubenstein School student Isabel on a tour of the Aiken Center at UVM:
You can get a Bachelor of Science degree in one of five undergraduate majors in the Rubenstein School: Environmental Sciences; Forestry; Parks, Recreation and Tourism; Sustainability, Ecology and Policy; and Wildlife and Fisheries Biology. We also offer five undergraduate minors. All Rubenstein School students participate in our Core Curriculum, which provides first year and transfer students with a unique learning and community-building experience from day one.
The Rubenstein School emphasizes the importance of learning by doing. Students are given opportunities for high-impact engagement through internships, service-learning courses, study abroad, and applied research. Join Isabel as she visits two classes that feature experiential learning:
Pursue an Accelerated Graduate Degree
There are great opportunities through the Rubenstein School to get on a graduate degree track early on in your undergraduate studies. If you're considering a long-term goal of earning your Master of Science in Natural Resources or a Law Degree in Environmental Law, explore our program options:
- Accelerated Master's Program in Natural Resources
- Vermont Law & Graduate School 3+2 Program (YouTube video)