The Audio/Media Production certificate program is a 25-credit program in which students develop a variety of production projects in their courses that become part of a professional portfolio. employment. This program appeals to musicians who might want to produce their own music, and those interested in graphic design, media, public relations and digital marketing.

The Book Art Certificate Program is a 27 credit one year system of study that immerses the enrollee into the world of bookmaking as an artistic expression. Courses include Book Arts I & II, Electronic and Periodical Production, Papermaking I & II, and selected credits from the following studio offerings: Book Illustration, Graphic Design, Photography, and Drawing. It also includes a final capstone course of the Certificate project that may include a series of works of either a traditional or experimental nature, or an edition of an artist’s book. The immersion into this program has an appeal to both the traditional arts student and those seeking specific teaching certification, or the non-traditional student who wishes to hone their studio skills.

For post-baccalaureate students, UMM offers professional coursework leading to Elementary Certification (K-8). It is possible to complete the certification program within three semesters if all content requirements are fulfilled. Maine has specific content requirements for Elementary Education Certification and this is reflected in the curriculum.

The Entrepreneurship Certificate program offers students a flexible opportunity to acquire, develop and demonstrate business and risk management skills.

This five-course, 15-credit certificate program in Family Studies is designed to give students introductory level core curriculum credits with a focus on parenting and strengthening families. This curriculum helps students assume the role of change agents for their children, families, and communities as well as prepares them for additional coursework that transfers into future degree programs.

This certificate is part of a larger innovative postsecondary program, Family Futures Downeast (FFD) for Washington County parents. The program is dedicated to assisting families to break the cycle of poverty through whole-family education. Parents with children apply for free to this cohort program that has been collaboratively designed with an emphasis on removing barriers that make it difficult for parents to transition into college and find success.

The certificate is designed for students majoring or working in related fields who wish to enhance their employment prospects or future graduate work with skills in geographic information systems (GIS). Such skills are in demand in economics, education, geosciences, government, planning, landscape architecture, public health, public safety, recreation, humanities, graphic design and marine, earth and life sciences. Coursework stresses hands-on service learning along with relevant theory, giving students practical experience in addressing real-world problems and questions.

The Human Resource Management Certificate program offers students a flexible opportunity to acquire, develop and demonstrate a variety of personal management skills related to the broad spectrum of the Human Resource function within their organizations.

The Marketing Certificate program offers students a flexible opportunity to acquire, develop and demonstrate a variety of marketing skills related to the broad spectrum of the Marketing function within their organizations.

Any student who is interested in a career in mental health services, including being a counselor, therapist, case manager, or clinical psychologist, or in any associated nursing or medical field, can use MHRT courses to benefit their professional development. MHRT/C is a standardized training & certification process that prepares people to meet the basic requirements for employment in the field of adult and older adult mental health and rehabilitation services in the state of Maine. The UMM Certificate in MHRT provides the ten courses required for state MHRT/C certification.

This post-baccalaureate certificate program is designed for high school psychology teachers. The American Psychological Association Council of Representatives has approved a new set of national guidelines that outlines models for preparing high school teachers to teach psychology effectively. APA advocates the development of a teaching credential endorsement for psychology in all states and recommends that pre-service teachers complete a second teaching field or endorsement for their teaching credential. Completing this certificate is a way high school teachers can establish competence for teaching psychology and helps ensure future competitiveness for individual high school teachers. This certificate is available only to holders of baccalaureate degrees earned at regionally accredited post-secondary institutions.

The certificate may be completed either on campus or at a distance.

For post-baccalaureate students, UMM offers professional coursework leading to Secondary Certification (7-12), in the fields of Art, English, History, Life or Physical Science, or Mathematics. It is possible to complete the certification program within three semesters if all content requirements are fulfilled.

For post-baccalaureate students, UMM offers professional coursework leading to certification in Special Education (K-12). It is possible to complete the certification program within three semesters if all content requirements are fulfilled.

The Sustainability Certificate program offers students a flexible opportunity to acquire an understanding of the economic, political, social, scientific and technological assumptions and analyses underlying the concept of sustainability, including intergenerational equity, redistribution of wealth and income, and preservation of economic, social and natural capital.