University of Maine: Orono, Maine

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  • The Department of Biological Sciences offers graduate study leading to the following M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. more >

  • The Department of Communication and Journalism offers the Master of Arts in Communication. The M.A. more >

  • The Department of Resource Economics and Policy administers the Master of Science in Resource Economics and Policy... more >

  • The School of Marine Sciences (SMS) is a large, active unit of The University of Maine... more >

  • The Biological Sciences faculty covers a broad spectrum of fields of study, ranging from molecular and cell biology, through system- and organism-level biology, to ecology; and it applies that research to a diversity of groups among lower and vascular p... more >

  • In addition to programs leading to graduate degrees for elementary and secondary teachers, programs may be developed for individuals whose interests and occupations are similar or closely allied to teaching such as environmental educators with governmen... more >

  • Spatial Information Science and Engineering is a contemporary discipline which advances the technologies that acquire, integrate, model, analyze, manage, and supply information about land, resources, and the complexities of human interactions with the e... more >

  • To address the numerous challenges facing agriculture and the resource base upon which it depends, the University of Maine, through various degree programs, has offered a comprehensive concentration in Sustainable Agriculture since 1998, emphasizing:*im... more >

  • The Department of History offers both the M.A. and the Ph.D. degrees. There are two programs of study for the master's candidate. The thesis option includes the satisfactory completion of an extended essay based upon research in one's area of concentrat... more >

  • Both the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees require a thesis embodying original research. Entering graduate students should be well prepared in ancillary sciences, including, normally, a full year of calculus, chemistry, and physics. Pre... more >

  • The Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition is the only university program in Maine to offer both undergraduate and graduate education in food science, human nutrition and dietetics. The Department conducts cutting edge research in food scienc... more >

  • The microbiology program offers diversified training at the graduate level through interdisciplinary and interdepartmental course offerings and research opportunities in cooperation with the Department of Biological Sciences and the School of Marine Sci... more >

  • Programs provide practicing teachers and advanced professionals in literacy the opportunity to explore vital issues of literacy research and instruction with nationally recognized faculty in an atmosphere that encourages discussions and inquiry. more >

  • Study in Educational Leadership provides both a theoretical and practical understanding of educational organizations, leadership, educational program planning and evaluation, and management functions. M.Ed. and C.A.S. programs prepare leaders primarily... more >

  • The University of Maine's School of Marine Sciences (SMS) is one of the nations largest marine research and education programs. SMS offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees; its faculty and students conduct basic and applied research on a wide var... more >

  • M.Ed.-The 48-credit hour Master's degree is designed to offer preparation for entry-level professional counseling in school settings. The curriculum is comprised of coursework and intensive supervised field experiences considered to be essential in the... more >

  • The program leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Marine Bio-Resources is a cooperative offering of Bio-Systems Science and Engineering, School of Marine Sciences, and Food Science and Human Nutrition. The graduate program in Marine Bio-Resources is... more >

  • Offers graduate studies leading to the Master of Music degree with majors in music education, performance and conducting... more >

  • The School of Biology and Ecology administers three Master's degree and two Ph.D. degree programs:... more >

  • Programs of study leading to the degrees of Master of Science, Master of Engineering (Engineering Physics), and Doctor of Philosophy are offered through the Department of Physics and Astronomy. In addition, one of the strengths of our program is the opp... more >

  • The Department of Biological Sciences offers graduate study leading to the following M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Independent research under the direction of a faculty advisor is a major component of all of these programs (excepting certain of the Masters de... more >

  • The Departments of Forest Ecosystem Science and Forest Management, College of Natural Resources, Forestry, and Agriculture, offer graduate study leading to a non-thesis Master of Forestry, a Master of Science in Forestry and a Ph.D in Forest Resources. more >

  • The Graduate Program in Ecology and Environmental Science provides an institutional focus for Universitystrengths in the ecological and environmental sciences. The primary mission of the Graduate Program in Ecology and Environmental Science is to offer... more >

  • The Climate Change Institute offers an M.S. degree program with potential for a continuing Ph.D. program through Earth Sciences... more >

  • The University of Maine, The Jackson Laboratory and the Maine Medical Center Research Institute... more >

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