English

Hone your writing skills while deepening your appreciation of literature. Through discussion and close personal attention, you’ll develop analytical, critical reasoning, and communication skills highly sought after by employers in many fields. These skills will also provide you with an excellent foundation for graduate study.

Degree Offered: B.A.
Offered on the Augusta and Bangor campuses


Wish List is Open.  Review course options In the Summer 2013 Course Guide or using the MaineStreet Class Search function.

  • Prepare a draft schedule using the MaineStreet Wish List function.
  • Meet with your advisor to discuss your draft schedule. Make adjustments as appropriate.
  • If you are in a program/major that requires an advisor signature for registration (architecture, art, biology, dental assisting, dental hygiene, interdisciplinary studies, medical laboratory technology, music, nursing, photography, and veterinary technology), ask your advisor to “Approve your Schedule” in MaineStreet or to give you an enrollment pin number. Please note, once a schedule has been approved, it still must be processed for registration.

 

Registration

Register using the options and timeframes described below.

  • Degree student registration opens on March 27th.  Non-degree student registration opens on April 1.
  • Self-registration in MaineStreet will open on March 27th at will remain open until May 5, 2013.
  • Students may register in person, on campus (Augusta or Bangor), at a University College Center, or by calling 1-877-862-1234 ( statewide), or 262-7808 (Bangor).

 

Immunization Holds 

All UMA degree candidates and full-time non-degree students born in 1957 or later must provide documentation of two (2) doses of the MMR vaccine and one dose of Diptheria/Tetanus (DT, TD or DTP) administered within 10 years of enrollment or other documentation of proof of immunity. Students who are not in compliance will have holds placed on their accounts and will not be allowed to register for fall courses.

 

ISS 210 Introduction to Information Security

This course provides an overview of security challenges and strategies of countermeasure in the information systems environment.  Topics include definition of terms, concepts, elements, and goals incorporating industry standards and practices with a focus on availability, vulnerability, integrity and confidentiality aspects of information systems.  Prerequisite:  CIS 101.  3 credits.

Augusta

05536 W 04:00PM-06:45PM Felch



First Seven-Week Session

5/20/13 - 7/5/13

WST 304 American Girls: Identity, Culture and Empowerment

A sub field of Women's Studies, Girls' Studies focuses on the issues most pertinent to the lives of girls. Using this field as our guide we will explore what it means to study girls and how we go about such studies. We will consider what constitutes the category of "American girls" as well as the variety of cultures and identities contained by these categories. We will consider the struggles that girls face as well as the ways in which girls confront, and are confronted by, systems and structures. We will consider the ways in which girls are portrayed in popular culture as well as the ways in which girls navigate this space. Finally, we will consider (and participate in) movements to empower girls. 3 credit hours. Prerequisite ENG 102W OR AME 201W OR WST 101. (Crosslisted with AME 304)

WEB
03628 Hentges 3 

Summer 2013 Course Guide

Advising & Registration

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Regular Session
- 5/20/13 - 8/23/13 
First 7-week session - 5/20/13 - 7/5/13
Second 7-week session - 7/8/13 - 8/23/13
Variable Sessions also available.

 

 

Contact Info

Admissions

Augusta ............................................................................................................. 207-621-3465
Bangor ..................................................................................................... 207-262-7800(opt. 3)

Registration

UMA Enrollment Services....................................................................................1-877-UMA-1234

Academic and Career Advising

Augusta ............................................................................................................. 207-621-3149
Bangor ............................................................................................................... 207-262-7808

Bookstore ...............................................................1-800-621-0083 (Toll Free) or 207-621-3467

Financial Aid ......................................................................................................207-621-3455

Registrar ...........................................................................................................207-621-3458

Student Accounts ...............................................................................................207-621-3412

Annual Security Report


First Seven Week Session

5/20/13 - 7/5/13

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology                                                             

A general study of people in society, with emphasis upon nature of culture, social institutions, social interaction, and social units, and the influence on the individual. An overview of sociological concepts and perspectives is also presented.

Augusta
(ITV Broadcast Class, Delayed Viewing OK, Instructor Permission Required)
03775 TTH 01:00PM-03:45PM Schlenker 3

Bangor
(ITV Receive Class, Delayed Viewing OK, Instructor Permission Required)
03776 TTH 01:00PM-03:45PM Schlenker 3

ITV
(ITV Receive Class, Delayed Viewing OK, Instructor Permission Required)
TTH 01:00PM-03:45PM Schlenker 3

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03778 Bath/Brunswick                

05381 Bethel                        

05382 Bucksport                     

05383 Deer Isle                     

05384 East Millinocket               

05385 East Sullivan                 

05386 Ellsworth/Hancock             

05387 Farmington                    

05388 Fort Kent                     

05389 Greenville                    

05390 Houlton                       

05380 Hutchinson Center             

05391 Jay - Spruce Mountain Adult Ed

05392 Lewiston-Auburn               

05393 Lincoln                       

05394 Machias                       

05396 Mount Desert                  

05397 Newport                       

05398 Presque Isle                  

05399 Rockland                      

05395 Rumford/Mexico                

05400 Saco/Biddeford                

05401 Sanford                       

05402 Sherman Station               

05403 Skowhegan                     

05404 South Paris                   

05405 Wiscasset      


       

SOC 201 Social Problems                                                                       

An analysis of representative contemporary problems facing American society, emphasizing the causes which arise from cultural patterns and social change, and a discussion of possible solutions. Prerequisite: SOC 101

Augusta
03681 MW 01:00PM-03:45PM Lake-Corral 3

WEB
03656 Schlenker 3

SOC 350 Sociology of Gender                                                                    

The application of sociological theories and principles to the study of gender. This examination of the social construction of gender looks at gender roles in the United States as well as cross-culturally. Gender socialization and stratification are explored, along with social policy related to gender issues. Prerequisite: SOC 101

WEB
03657 Turcotte Seabury 3

SOC 360 Sociology of the Family                                                               

The course represents an examination of the family cycle and the sociology of the family, especially as it pertains to the American situation. Emphasis is placed upon cross-cultural, historical, and theoretical analysis of the family as a social institution. Prerequisite: SOC101

WEB
03658 Turcotte Seabury 3 

 



Second 7-Week Session

7/8/13 - 8/23/13

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology                                                             

A general study of people in society, with emphasis upon nature of culture, social institutions, social interaction, and social units, and the influence on the individual. An overview of sociological concepts and perspectives is also presented.

WEB
03670 Schlenker 3