In addition to the academic majors and minors you can choose, Middlebury provides an evolving breadth of academic options to enhance your undergraduate experience.
Spend the winter and spring at the Middlebury Institute in Monterey learning from climate leaders at the graduate level.
Interdepartmental courses taught by professors with real-world experience in areas of business.
Small discussion-based courses designed to prepare incoming students for undergraduate-level liberal arts studies.
Several program options for student who want to pursue studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Trains Middlebury College students to lead in-person and virtual tours of the Middlebury College Museum of Art.
Training in oral expression across a range of disciplines with customized workshops and activities.
Prepare for a career or further studies in health professions, law, medicine, engineering, or architecture.
A degree requirement, the physical education program concentrates on lifetime sports and activities for all students.
Integrating coursework with experiential learning to critically examine the causes and consequences of economic inequality.
Explore career options and connect with experts around complex global issues.
Bringing select first-year students together to explore, accelerate, and deepen their understanding of complex global issues.
Six-week summer session exploring the world’s most pressing needs at the Middlebury Institute in Monterey.
An all-campus event for students to showcase their academic research projects in a professional conference setting.
A cornerstone of the Middlebury experience, whether at the 40-plus Schools Abroad or our numerous externally sponsored programs.
A range of summer options specifically for Middlebury students—whether you want to catch up, get ahead, or learn something new.
Opportunities for students and faculty to focus intensely on one area of interest for the January term.
An interdisciplinary program with faculty whose areas of expertise include composition, linguistics, rhetoric, and literature.