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Graduate Education at UMaine

Did you know that the University of Maine provides top-tier graduate education?

The University of Maine is the leading research and creative achievement institution in the state. 

As a recent college graduate, you are well poised to continue your education with a graduate degree at the premier research university in the state of Maine. 

Graduate Degree Programs               How to Apply               Funding Options


How can I benefit from graduate education?

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  • Receive specialized training that can lead to improved earning potential

  • Work with leading faculty researchers and creative achievers

  • A higher degree increases your career advancement prospects

  • Grow and enhance your invaluable network of contacts through graduate school peers and professors

  • Contribute to generating new knowledge that could benefit your community, the state, and the world


What are the degree options at UMaine?

From Anthropology to Zoology, from Special Education to Civil Engineering we have over 100 graduate degree options to fit your interests. As Maine’s leading research institution, UMaine is well suited to prepare you for your future. 

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The following master’s degree and certificate programs are still accepting for fall 2020

Check out the full list of programs where you’ll also find the admission deadlines and contact information for the graduate faculty coordinators.


Is there someone I can speak with about my options?

Yes! Our highly qualified admissions counselors are available to speak with students about their interests and future plans to help determine what is right for you. 

Meet with Fiona

Meet with Fiona online via Zoom to discuss your graduate education options if you are a non-UMaine student.

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Meet with Jason online via Zoom to discuss your graduate education options if you are a UMaine student.