Graduate Studies at the University of Maine at Farmington

The Office of Graduate Studies provides many continuing education opportunities. They offer 6 master’s degree programs in

-M.S. Ed. in Educational Leadership
-M.S. Ed. in Early Childhood
-M.S. Ed. in Special Education
-M.S. Ed. in Mathematic Education
-M.A. in Counseling Psychology with an Emphasis in Creative Arts
-M. Ed. in Instructional Technology (multi-campus collaboration)

Additionally, they offer 10 graduate certificate programs in administration, mathematics leadership, mathematics intervention, mathematics coaching, ELL, gifted and talented education, special education administration, elementary special education, secondary special education, and systems of student support.

For more information about course offerings, degree and certificate programs, and requirements for graduate studies at UMF, see the Office of Graduate Studies’ website. 

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