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History

The History Department offers MA and PhD programs of study in a wide range of fields. MA areas of concentration include U.S., Canadian, European, and East Asian history; environmental history; the history of labor, technology, and immigration; women’s history; international history; the history of cartography; and spatial and digital history. The PhD program specializes in […]

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Higher Education (Student Development)

The Master of Education degree in Student Development in Higher Education prepares entry-level professionals for positions in postsecondary student affairs. The program provides solid theoretical and practical grounding for student services jobs in increasingly diverse and technologically advanced colleges and universities. Students come to understand institutions of higher learning as complex organizations, with classes focused on student development, socio-cultural identity […]

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French

The Department of Modern Languages and Classics offers a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) or Master of Arts (MA) in French with optional concentrations in French Literature or North American French Studies. Master of Arts in Teaching French: The M.A.T. in French (30 credits) has been redesigned with the collaboration of the campuses of the […]

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Forestry

The School of Forest Resources offers a Master of Forestry (MF) degree in Forestry.  The MF program is a professional, non-thesis master’s program. The MF program prepares students for a rewarding environmental career in forest management by enhancing the abilities of professional foresters with prior experience and by allowing a career change for non-foresters. Students […]

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Financial Economics

The Master of Arts (MA) in Financial Economics program integrates core economics courses within the School of Economics with additional offerings from the Maine Business School. This is a great program for students seeking a solid foundation in microeconomic and macroeconomic theory and financial management and looking to develop a strong understanding of the role […]

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Entomology

The program leading to a Master of Science in Entomology is designed for students interested in the study of insect biology and its applications in environmental sciences and management of insects. An applicant should have a bachelor’s degree with a major in biological science which includes in addition to basic and advanced biology courses, a […]

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Engineering Physics

The Master of Engineering in Engineering Physics program is exciting, emphasizing the accretion of the student’s physics and engineering skills. This is a continuance of the Department of Physics and Astronomy’s innovative Engineering Physics discipline. Specialized courses in the student’s research interest and allied fields precede a written thesis. M.S. degree candidates must pass an […]

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Computer Engineering

Thesis and non-thesis options are available for the MS in Computer Engineering. For a non-thesis degree, a minimum of 30 semester hours of coursework is required. Thesis options require 30 credit hours of which six credits of ECE699 shall be devoted to individual study with a member of the graduate faculty. This work must culminate in […]

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Botany & Plant Pathology

Graduate-degree candidates conduct research under the guidance of the School of Biology and Ecology faculty. The expertise of the faculty covers a broad spectrum, ranging from molecular and cell biology, through system- and organism-level biology, to ecology; and it applies to a diversity of organisms from protists and lower plants and invertebrate animals through vascular […]

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Biological Sciences

Applicants need to identify an area of research interest and a potential advisor at the time of application; they should feel free to contact members of the faculty to discuss possible research projects before submission of the application. A research project is a central part of the PhD degree. All applicants will be automatically considered […]

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