For-credit course options

Team Maine
The University of Maine offers flexible course options so that you can get a few credits under your belt before you jump in full time! Choose one or two courses to complete during Spring 2021- the choice is yours. Taking classes now is a great way to aid in your transition to college, whether you are a UMaine deferred student or are visiting from another university. Full course descriptions available in the course catalog.

UMaine deferred students who complete a minimum of 6 credits during the spring 2021 semester are eligible for a $300 credit towards a  summer Maine Bound experience!

Financial aid

UMaine students who enroll in at least 6 credit hours per semester may be eligible for Financial Aid. See Student Financial Aid for more information.

First half of Spring Semester: January 25-March 12, 2021

ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology: Human Origins and Prehistory (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions

BIS 105 Excel Fundamentals for Business (1 credit hour)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: N/A

CMJ 103 Public Speaking (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions

ECO 121 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions

PSY 100 General Psychology (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions

Second half of Spring Semester: March 15-April 30, 2021

BIS 105 Excel Fundamentals for Business (1 credit hour)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: N/A

CLA 202 Mythology of the Ancient Near East, North Africa, and Greece (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: N/A

CMJ 103 Public Speaking (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions

ECO 205 Freakonomics (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions; Western Cultural Tradition

MES 101 Introduction to Maine Studies (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Population and the Environment; Writing Intensive

POS 241 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Contexts and Institutions; Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives

PSY 230 Social Psychology (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3 credit hours)

Online
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Contexts and Institutions

Live Adventure courses*

*Please note that live adventure courses have an additional course fee

LDR 100 Foundations of Leadership* (3 credit hours)

2/20/21-2/28/21, Live
General Education Requirements fulfilled: Social Context and Institutions

KPE 286 Introduction to Outdoor Leadership and Facilitation* (1 credit hour)

5/22/21-5/29/21, Live
General Education Requirements fulfilled: N/A