Undergraduate Admissions | College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences | The University of Vermont(title)

Discover our interdisciplinary majors, undergraduate research programs, student organizations, and the many ways you can engage with our academic and local community.

At the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, we are proud of the leadership role we play on and off campus as UVM successfully positions itself as a top-tier research University. Our students benefit from joining a campus large enough to provide world-class faculty and state-of-the-art facilities while comfortably scaled to ensure close mentorship and support across all levels of study, from bachelor's to doctoral programs.

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To prepare for success at our college, undergraduate applicants are required to have four years of mathematics, including trigonometry or precalculus. One year of chemistry and one year of physics is also required for all engineering majors. For all other majors, two years of laboratory-based science is required as part of the university entrance requirements.

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Career Opportunities

Vermont is a hub of innovation, and UVM students and graduates—particularly those from College of Engineering and Mathematical Science—have always been part of the lifeblood helping make technological advances possible. Employers often actively recruit through us when filling essential positions.

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What makes CEMS special?

Students at the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS) share their impressions of what makes CEMS a special place to learn and grow.