The University of New England has two campuses in the State of Maine: the University Campus located in Biddeford and the Westbrook College Campus in Portland.
The University of New England is comprised of four colleges, which provide educational opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students in a number of areas. The University colleges include College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, College of Osteopathic Medicine, and College of Pharmacy.
The University has devoted much attention to the non-traditional education, namely, it has developed a number of programs offered completely online to the distance learning students.
Thus, the College of Medicine offers the following online programs:
• Masters in Public Health (MPH)
• Masters in Medical Education Leadership (MMEL)
• A post baccalaureate sequence of health science prerequisite courses, which include Biochemistry, Medical Biology, Medical General Chemistry, Microbiology for Health Professions, Organic Chemistry, Medical Physiology, and Statistics for Health Professions.
The peculiarity of online learning is that it can be taken from anywhere in the world in the time and at the schedule convenient for students. The curriculum is flexible and is aimed at meeting the demands of working professionals.
Moreover, the University’s college of Arts and Sciences offers online Master of Science in Education degrees and Graduate Certificates in the following fields: Educational Leadership, Curriculum & Instruction Strategies, Literacy (K-12), and Inclusion Education.
Students of the University of New England are eligible for the federal loans as the financial aid opportunity.