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From its campus in Burlington, Vermont, University of Vermont grants degrees as a public institution. The school's academic and technical programs help students reach a variety of professional goals. During a bachelor's degree, students take lower-division and upper-division coursework. Bachelor's programs also incorporate general education coursework. Upper-division courses typically focus on advanced concepts within a major. The school provides support such as tutoring and career services. The amount students pay per credit is unknown at this time. Learners at this accredited institution also qualify for federal student aid programs, including the Pell Grant. The school holds accreditation from the New England Commission on Higher Education.