The John Merck Division of Science
Southern Vermont College offers the following degrees and minor in The John Merck Division of Science and Technology:
minor: environmental studies
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Students may not use an Ns course to fulfill the Ns General Core requirement or an Environmental Studies Minor requirement.
The John Merck Division of Science and Technology focuses on shaping all students to value scientific, mathematic, environmental and technological literacy, preparing them through active learning for engagement in the community and global society as responsible citizens.
The John Merck Division of Science and Technology offers a baccalaureate degree in Biological Sciences, Healthcare Management and Advocacy, and Radiologic Sciences, and a minor in Environmental Studies. The John Merck Division of Science and Technology also provides science, environmental, mathematics, and information technology courses taken by students to meet General Core requirements and electives.
Career Opportunities and Graduate Study
Opportunities for graduates of the Radiologic Sciences program are plentiful and diverse. Radiologic technologists have many employment choices and a variety of career and educational options including completion of a bachelor degree and specialization in the field. A minor in Environmental Studies can enhance career opportunities for graduates in any major. The Biological Sciences degree program will prepare students for careers in the biological sciences, give students the opportunity to pursue graduate degrees in the biological sciences and to provide students with the preparation necessary to pursue professional programs in the medical sciences.
A collaborative agreement with Southern Vermont College and Sage Graduate School in Troy, New York, was established, through which SVC students may complete an Occupational Therapy master's degree in as little as one year after the completion of a baccalaureate degree at SVC. Occupational therapists work with people experiencing health problems to assist them in regaining, developing, and building skills essential for independent living, maintaining health, and creating a personal sense of well-being. For additional information on transfer/articulation agreements, click here.
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- Tammy Kenny, MS, MST (Co-Chair)
- Jennifer Nelson, PhD (Co-Chair)
- Linda Lippacher, RT(R), (M), MA
- Julie Walsh, RT(R), (M), MEd, BS
- John Blake, RT(R) (part time)
- Hilary Cheesman, MS (part time)
- Michael Cooperman, PhD (part time)
- Alyssa Dufresne, BSRS, ARRT(R) (part time)
- John Etu, MST (part time)
- Michele Gilson, PhD (part time)
- Jesse Herbert, PhD (part time)
- David Hof, PhD (part time)
- David Lindenberg, MS (part time)
- Cecelia Nicolescu, MS (part time)
- Colleen Rundell, MS (part time)
- Jeffrey Thompson, MS (part time)
- Jane Uva, MD (part time)
Assistant Professor and Chair Scott Stein, MS, The Donald Everett Axinn Division of Social Sciences.