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Journalism Schools in Vermont

There are three schools in the state of Vermont offering journalism programs. 57 students graduated with degrees from Vermont journalism schools in 2010. 57 of all these students graduated with bachelors degrees and 0 students graduated with associates degrees.

Overview

54 students graduate from programs in this state in journalism, on average, per year. 57 students graduated with a bachelor's level degree in journalism.

Three journalism schools are located in Vermont. And out of these, while one school is private, two schools are public. Tuition at a public journalism school is $9,096, while private journalism school tuitions are $34,845.

Average tuition for programs in journalism is $17,101. While the highest tuition for journalism programs, which is $34,845 per year, is at Saint Michael's College, the lowest tuition in this state, which is $9,096 every year, is at Castleton State College.

Vermont journalism schools offer associates degrees and bachelors degrees. No undergraduate level students in journalism pursued degrees at the masters level.

Journalism Program Completions in Vermont 2006 - 2010

54 students graduate from programs in this state in journalism, on average, per year. 57 students graduated with a bachelor's level degree in journalism.

Journalism Program Completions in Vermont 2006 - 2010

  • Associate 2006: 2
  • Associate 2007: 0
  • Associate 2008: 1
  • Associate 2009: 0
  • Associate 2010: 0
  • Bachelor 2006: 37
  • Bachelor 2007: 39
  • Bachelor 2008: 50
  • Bachelor 2009: 48
  • Bachelor 2010: 57

Journalism Program Availability in Vermont

Vermont schools offer a total of five programs in journalism. Of these programs, 80% are bachelor's level programs. The remaining programs are degrees at the associates level.

Journalism Program Availability in Vermont

  • Associate: 1
  • Bachelor: 4

Career Trends

Reporters and Correspondents — Salary by Percentile

Reporters and Correspondents — Salary by Percentile

Reporters and Correspondents — Salary by Percentile

  • 10th Percentile: 26000
  • 25th Percentile: 28430
  • Median: 33620
  • 75th Percentile: 47100
  • 90th Percentile: 58610

Career Trends

Reporters and Correspondents — Employment Trend

Reporters and Correspondents — Employment Trend

Reporters and Correspondents — Employment Trend

  • Median Salary 2006: 30510
  • Median Salary 2007: 30840
  • Median Salary 2008: 31320
  • Median Salary 2009: 32890
  • Median Salary 2010: 33620
  • Total Employed 2006: 160
  • Total Employed 2007: 130
  • Total Employed 2008: 150
  • Total Employed 2009: 130
  • Total Employed 2010: 120

Vermont vs National Journalism Employment

Vermont vs National Journalism Employment

  • Employed in Vermont: 0.236% (120)

Journalism Schools in Vermont

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1. Lyndon State College

1001 College Rd
Lyndonville, VT 05851-0919
(802) 626-6200

Lyndon State College offers one program in journalism and this school is located in town of Lyndonville, Vermont. Overall, 1,436 students seek degrees in 37 programs at this school. Lyndon is the fourth oldest institution in the state of Vermont offering journalism programs.

2. Saint Michael's College

One Winooski Park
Colchester, VT 5439
(802) 654-2000

Saint Michael's College is in the suburbs of Colchester, Vermont and Saint Michael's offers one journalism program. This liberal arts college is one of 11 liberal arts colleges in Vermont. In terms of enrollment, this small school ranks second in the state of Vermont.

3. Castleton State College

62 Alumni Dr
Castleton, VT 5735
(802) 468-5611

Castleton State College offers one journalism program. This school is a public 4-year institution. It is the oldest institution in the state of Vermont offering journalism programs.