Distance Degree Programs

“Mainers in Exile” Tuition Special

Former UMM in-state students who are currently living out-of-state may re-admit at the in-state rate to complete your UMM degree online!

Psychology and Community Studies (B.A.)

  • Hands-on applications, resulting in real experience and skills for your resume.
  • Field work and internships in your hometown.
  • Learn to address real-world issues and problems through your studies in psychology, community studies, and other social sciences.
  • You can prepare for a variety of careers in your community and/or graduate studies.
  • Your learning is our priority: we feature low student/teacher ratios and limited enrollment by cohort group.
  • Choice of concentrations: Applied Psychology or Disabilities in Youth.

Business and Entrepreneurial Studies (B.S. or B.C.S)

  • Make your online learning experiences count with our small-college atmosphere and expert faculty.
  • You will develop the professional skills to succeed as a valued employee or entrepreneur.
  • Fit your program timeline to your life; courses are available during spring, summer, fall, and winter terms.
  • Choose your concentration: Accounting, Management, Marketing, Business Sustainability, Sports & Fitness Management, or design your own.

College Studies (BCS)

  • Fast, flexible, and affordable.
  • Designed with you and for you.
  • You can transfer in credits and create your own degree completion option.
  • BCS has often been used for self-designed Business, Special Education, and Health Professions concentrations; what will your focus be?

Special Education Teacher Certification

Certificate in Entrepreneurship

  • Provides a career boost as you acquire business and risk management skills.

Certificate in Human Resource Management

  • Provides new career opportunities as you explore the skills necessary to advance in the area of human resources.

Certificate in Marketing

  • Gain new skills in marketing, advertising and consumer behavior to apply to your job.

Please note: Developmental courses in Reading and Writing, or the use of technology are not available through our online programs. If you need to build your skills in Reading and Writing or using online/computer technology before taking college level courses, you will need to attend courses on campus or at an Adult Ed Center.

University of Maine at Machias students enrolled in online or hybrid courses must access the campus learning management system (Blackboard) through a secure login provided with their MaineStreet account at the time of enrollment. Electronic course work must be submitted only through the LMS or through the University of Maine at Machias email system. Additional methods of authentication that may be used at the faculty’s discretion are: proctored exams; use of a plagiarism detection tool, and the use of personally identifiable information to verify identity (e.g. student ID, date of birth, address, etc.).

For more information about our distance degree programs, please contact Bonnie Fortini.