Vassar College

Vassar College is established as a coeducational liberal arts college in 1861 at New York City. It is well known and prestigious liberal arts college all over the world. It is supportive institution to promote research activities and career development of the students according to the needs and demand of the students. Well equipped infrastructure, library facilities, extra curriculum activities, housing facilities and scholarship facilities are one of the integral parts of the University which help the students to learn more creative ideas and views in comfortable environment. The College committed to work towards the progress of the quality education and holding proud position in the field of education. The College has been dedicated to find solution of the challenges and to prepare students for leadership in the competitive era.

Vassar College welcomes all the students from different corner of the world without any discrimination on basis of age, sex, religion and nationality. The courses offers by the University are as follows:

  1. Academic Departments and Programs:
  • Africana Studies Program
  • American Studies Program
  • Anthropology Department
  • Art Department
  • Asian Studies Program
  • Astronomy Department
  • Biochemistry Program
  • Biology Department
  • Chemistry Department
  • Chinese and Japanese Department
  • Classics Department
  • Cognitive Science Department
  • Computer Science Department
  • Dance Department
  • Drama Department
  • Earth Science and Geography Department
  • Earth Science and Society Program
  • Economics Department
  • Education Department
  • English Department
  • Environmental Studies Program
  • Field Work Office
  • Film Department
  • French and Francophone Studies Department
  • Geography-Anthropology Program
  • Geography Department, Earth Science and
  • German Studies Department
  • Greek and Roman Studies
  • Hispanic Studies Department
  • History Department
  • Independent Program
  • International Studies Program
  • Italian Department
  • Japanese Department, Chinese and
  • Jewish Studies Program
  • Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program
  • Mathematics Department
  • Media Studies Program
  • Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program
  • Music Department
  • Neuroscience and Behavior Program
  • Philosophy Department
  • Physical Education Department, Athletics and
  • Physics and Astronomy Department
  • Political Science Department
  • Psychology Department
  • Religion Department
  • Russian Studies Department
  • Science, Technology and Society Program (STS)
  • Self-Instructional Language Program
  • Sociology Department
  • Urban Studies Program
  • Victorian Studies Program
  • Women’s Studies Program
  1. Graduate Programs:
  2. Architecture
  3. Engineering
  • Law
  1. Medicine
  2. Others health Professional careers
  3. Teaching
  • Education
  • Educational Studies Correlate Sequence
  • Special Programs in Education
  • Teacher Preparation Programs
  • Adolescent Education Certification
  • Childhood Education Certification
  • Graduate Fellowship in Education
  • Education Department Approved Courses
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Education and Opportunity in the United States
  • Centering Black Women and Girls’ Lives
  • Issues in Contemporary Education
  • Early Childhood Education: Theory and Practice
  • The Human Rights of Children – Select Issues
  • Introduction to Special Education
  • Race, Representation, and Resistance in U.S. Schools
  • The Adolescent in American Society
  • Constructing School Kids and Street Kids
  • International and Comparative Education
  • Education for Peace, Justice and Human Rights
  • Field Work
  • Independent Reading
  • Independent Study
  • Vassar Science Education Internship Program
  • Senior Portfolio: Childhood Education
  • Senior Portfolio: Adolescent Education
  • Senior Thesis/Project
  • Senior Thesis/Project
  • Senior Thesis/Project
  • Childhood Development: Observation and Research Application
  • The Teaching of Reading: Curriculum Development in Childhood Education
  • The Teaching of Reading: Curriculum Development in Childhood Education
  • Pedagogies of Difference: Critical Approaches to Education
  • Workshop in Curriculum Development
  • Seminar: Mathematics and Science in the Elementary Curriculum
  • Student Teaching Practicum: Childhood Education
  • Urban Education Reform
  • Student Teaching
  • Adolescent Literacy
  • Advanced Seminar
  • American Higher Education: Policy and Practice
  • Ghetto Schooling
  • Schooling in America: Preparing Citizens or Producing Workers
  • Multidisciplinary Methods in Adolescent Education
  • Senior Independent Work

There are different procedures which should be followed by the International Students are as follows:

  • International Applicants must submit common application along with nonrefundable fee of $ 70
  • Optimum marks should be scores in SAT / ACT
  • Two recommendation letters should submit at the time of admission.
  • Freshman applicants should tackle with interviews.
  • Bank statement is necessary while applying in the University.
  • High degree transcript and others academic materials should be shown.
  • Immigration documents and Citizenship certificate is necessary.

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Vassar College

124 Raymond Ave.,

Poughkeepsie, NY 12604

United States

Website: www.vassar.edu