2005-2006 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
2005-2006 Graduate Catalog
Lyndon State College is an exciting place to pursue graduate education. We take great pride in providing ongoing graduate education for the Northeast Kingdom’s community of school teachers and administrators. We are well positioned to provide both credit and non-credit courses and workshops for the in-service K-12 community on a variety of topics, including science, math, and social studies.
For persons wanting to pursue a graduate degree, Lyndon State College presently offers three graduate degrees. Faculty are readily available to discuss your plan of study. If you are interested in considering enrollment in a graduate program or in taking a graduate course, please call the Admissions Office at (802) 626-6413.
Dr. Donna Dalton, Dean of Academic and Student Affairs is available to discuss how Lyndon State College can meet new and emerging professional development needs for our region’s teachers and administrators.
Non-Discrimination, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Statement
Qualified students are recruited for, admitted to, and participate in all college programs without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age, veteran status, or disability. Lyndon State College will provide reasonable accommodations to create equal opportunity for students with known disabilities.
Please contact the Lyndon State College Assistant Dean of Admissions or the Dean of Administration if auxiliary aid or service is needed to apply for admission.
U.S. Department of Education Requirements
The U.S. Department of Education requires colleges to make available annual statistics related to any campus crimes and/or students’ continuation rates. Please contact our admissions office for a copy of this information.
This catalog is prepared annually with current information and is subject to change. It provides general information for Lyndon State College students and applicants. While it does not purport to be a contract, in combination with subsequent publications (semester Class Schedules, the Student Handbook, and special announcements), it outlines requirements and helps identify expectations for students seeking to earn degrees at Lyndon.
While the final version of the college’s Class Schedule is the official announcement of course offerings for that semester, the college reserves the right to cancel courses for lack of sufficient enrollment or to substitute instructors for courses. Students will be given reasonable assistance in meeting graduation requirements, but necessary changes in the Class Schedule may require changes in planning for a degree.