The Admissions office partners with academic programs to offer program-specific info sessions for prospective students and their families.

Info sessions are the perfect opportunity to learn and ask questions about UMA’s academic programs and engage with faculty. Information regarding student life, admissions, and support services is also covered.

If you want to learn more about UMA but don’t see an event that works for you, please schedule a one-on-one appointment with an admissions counselor, we’d be happy to introduce you to a staff member at your nearest UMA location! We have campuses in Augusta and Bangor, and UMA Centers statewide.

Please check back later for more program-specific info sessions!

Trauma-Informed Emergency Management (TEM)
Virtual Information Sessions
Wednesday, March 27th – 6:00 p.m.
Monday, April 22nd – 6:00 p.m.

The Trauma-Informed Emergency Management (TEM) program seeks to educate the next generation of multidisciplinary emergency managers and crisis workers, with an emphasis on 1) effectively managing all steps in the emergency preparedness and response cycle; 2) the psychological impacts of and responses to trauma; 3) creating resilient communities; and 4) processing and communicating data in emergency situations. This program makes a great complement to undergraduate programs in Nursing, Social Science, Mental Health and Human Services, Justice Studies, Public Administration, and more.

Join the UMA Admissions Team and faculty members to learn more about our Graduate Certificate and Masters program in Trauma-Informed Emergency Management as well as an accelerated undergraduate option. In this session, you will learn more about the program and career opportunities along with admission requirements and application process.

Our information sessions are welcoming and reflect UMA’s personal touch. Due to our flexible nature – we do not require registration for these events.

Click the button below to join at the scheduled date and time that works best for you!

Graduate Certificate in Substance Use Disorders
Virtual Information Sessions
Tuesday, April 16th – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 2nd – 6:00 p.m.

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As a completely online program, this Graduate Certificate will offer current professionals the flexibility to obtain a recognized credential that can lead to career advancement and become a pathway to a Master’s Degree.

Students who complete the UMA graduate certificate can sit for the national Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) exam to pursue licensing as a substance use treatment professional and can apply for the Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) certification. The CCS is a national certification allowing individuals to seek employment in all 50 states and is required to supervise Registered Alcohol and Drug Counselors (RADC), Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors (CADC), and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors (LADC).

Join UMA Faculty and Admissions Staff to learn more about our Graduate Certificate in Substance Use Disorders. In this session, you will learn more about how the program can create a pathway to a Master’s Degree, delivery options, and ways in which you can pay for a Graduate Certificate. The session will also allow for an interactive Q&A for participants.