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


Brenda McAleer, Coordinator
Augusta Campus
(207) 621-3483
mcaleer@maine.edu
 

This professional public service certificate program is designed for individuals working in government or non-profit organizations. Consisting of six courses, the certificate is designed for people who want to improve managerial skills, enhance career prospects, and move into supervisory positions within the public sector. The courses cover topics such as written and oral communications skills, computer skills, managerial methods with emphasis on organizational behavior, public budgeting and financial administration, and providing customer service using various media. Because courses apply directly to degree programs in public administration and business administration at The University of Maine at Augusta, as well as others, the certificate is suitable for persons who wish to work toward an associate or baccalaureate degree.

Students must meet the prerequisites for courses as designated or receive permission of the instructor. They are encouraged to contact the appropriate division office, registrar, or advising center for advising and support services.

Brenda McAleer, Coordinator
Augusta Campus
(207) 621-3483
mcaleer@maine.edu
 

Certificate in Managerial Accounting Curriculum
BUA101Principles of Accounting I3
BUA102Principles of Accounting II3
BUA251Business Finance3
BUA345Cost Accounting3
BUA447Managerial Accounting3
CIS100Introduction to Computing  3
TOTAL HOURS18

Brenda McAleer, Coordinator
Augusta Campus
(207) 621-3483
mcaleer@maine.edu

Certificate in Supervision Curriculum
BUA124Supervision3
BUA289Topics in Business3
BUA361Human Resources Management3  
BUA365Organizational Behavior  3
CIS100   Introduction to Computing3  
Total Hours  15

Brenda McAleer, Coordinator
Augusta Campus
(207) 621-3483
mcaleer@maine.edu

Certificate in Principles of Real Estate Curriculum
BUA140Introduction to Real Estate3
BUA141Real Estate Legal Issues3
BUA142Real Estate Practice3
BUA165Sales Management3
BUA236Role of the Designated Broker3
One of the following: 3
COM102Interpersonal Communications
COM104Communication in Groups & Organizations
TOTAL HOURS18

 

 

UMA's Associate of Science in Legal Technology is an applied curriculum in legal specialty courses balanced with a good foundation in the liberal arts. Graduates work as paralegals or legal assistants or continue their education in various related or law-related baccalaureate programs at UMA or other institutions

Enjoy employment opportunities ranging from private law firms, title companies, district attorneys' offices and the Maine court system. A significant number have been accepted at law schools after completing a baccalaureate program.