Top Part-time MBA Programs in Vermont

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 1 business schools in Vermont that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Vermont MBA universities.

  • ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state Vermont. Also covers latest population and geographical information of Vermont.

List of Top MBA Schools in Vermont

Rank MBA Schools
1 University of Vermont
Acceptance rate: 0.588
Part-time Enrollment: 43
Average GMAT score: 598
Location: Burlington, VT

Part-time MBA Programs in Vermont

Vermont History

Young’s group fled to Canada, where they were arrested by the authorities. The Canadians returned some of the stolen money, but refused to hand over the robbers, recognizing their status as Confederate soldiers and not wanting to violate their neutrality.

One of the most famous Vermonters who became war heroes was William Wells, who commanded a battalion of the First Cavalry Regiment at the Battle of Gettysburg. For outstanding bravery, Congress awarded Wells the highest military decoration of the United States of America – the Medal of Honor.

In the post-war decades, Vermont sheep farmers could no longer compete with cheaper wool suppliers from Australia, South America, and the US West. The population was declining, many people moved to big cities and migrated to the west. By the beginning of the 20th century, Vermont farmers shifted to dairy farming, which remains the most important branch of the state’s agriculture to this day.

In November 1927, Vermont was hit by a massive flood. 84 people were killed and many roads, bridges, houses and farms were destroyed. The US government provided significant assistance to the state affected by the disaster, and dams were built in Vermont to control future floods.

In recent decades, tourism has become increasingly important to Vermont. The Green Mountains are home to several winter-sports-favorite ski resorts, and Vermont’s summer and fall nature draws numerous hikers.