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Surveying Engineering

Changing technologies in the surveying engineering world require working professionals to return to an academic world to expand their knowledge. Professional Land Surveyors with a BS degree in surveying or related field will expand on their undergraduate knowledge. Similarly, professional land surveyors with a non-surveying undergraduate degree will be able to capture knowledge in their […]

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Special Education

A master’s degree (MEd) in special education provides graduates with an understanding of how to apply current evidence-based practices in PreK-12 classrooms for children with special needs. Understanding a child’s needs is essential to ensure that he or she receives the proper attention, assistance, and intervention to succeed in school. Our graduates apply best practices […]

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Spatial Informatics

The Master of Science in Spatial Informatics is an all course-work degree program of study that is available only through distance learning. Its goal is to serve place-bound students that desire strong theory, computational, analytical, policy and technical foundations in geographic information science and systems. This graduate degree is the online version of the on-campus […]

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Nursing Education

Nurse educators are registered nurses that are also teachers. They serve as faculty members in schools of nursing, teaching hospitals and sometimes in clinical environments. They develop lesson plans, oversee students’ clinical practices, evaluate educational programs and teach courses. As their experience grows they may advance to administrative roles managing nursing education programs, writing and […]

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Interdisciplinary Master’s Study (Peace and Reconciliation Studies)

From its inception in 1979, the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) program offers: Guidance in focusing your exploration of knowledge The opportunity to integrate work from several disciplines into a program that is academically and personally meaningful The solid achievement of a Master of Arts degree The possibility of pursuing these studies as either a part-time or full-time student The […]

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Interdisciplinary Master’s Study (Maine Studies)

From its inception in 1979, the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) program offers: Guidance in focusing your exploration of knowledge The opportunity to integrate work from several disciplines into a program that is academically and personally meaningful The solid achievement of a Master of Arts degree The possibility of pursuing these studies as either a part-time or full-time student The […]

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Instructional Technology

The master’s program in Instructional Technology (MEd) is designed to help our master’s students become leaders in effective and innovative uses of current and emerging technology. The required coursework, research, and clinical experiences are designed for educators working in a variety of contexts. Students will engage in inquiry-based curriculum and build capacity to continually assess […]

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Instructional Design

The graduate certificate in Instructional Design helps students become leaders in the theory and practice of designing and assessing effective instructional design.  Instructional Design is a rapidly growing field; this emerging and competitive job market spans higher education, informal education, and business. Students in this certificate may be seeking skills to enhance their own capacity […]

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High Leverage Practices to Promote Inclusion

The High Leverage Practices to Promote Inclusion graduate certificate responds to this critical and growing need for teachers to have appropriate support for serving all students in their classrooms, including students with disabilities, at-risk students, and typical learners. Those who enroll in certificate program learn the practical tools to implement instructional changes that promote diversity […]

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Gerontology (Interprofessional)

Graduates of the Gerontology certificate program will be prepared to function as members of interprofessional teams to effectively address the health and human service needs of an increasingly diverse aging population. Upon completion of the graduate certificate program in Interprofessional Gerontology, the graduate will: Demonstrate knowledge of social, behavioral, cultural, and health-related issues experienced by […]

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