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University of Maine at Farmington
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Spring 2022 Courses

M.A. in Counseling Psychology

M.S.Ed in Early Childhood Education

M.S.Ed in Educational Leadership

M.S.Ed in Special Education

M.S.Ed in Mathematics Education

Administration

English Language Learning

Gifted and Talented Education

Math Intervention Specialist

Math Leadership

Special Education Administration 

Systems of Student Support

Special Education and SPARC


Course Descriptions

ECH 505 Mathematics in the Early Childhood Years

This course will concentrate on the development of mathematical concepts in young children ages B-8
in naturalistic, informal and formal settings. Using a constructivist theoretical approach, the course will
embed and integrate early math development across curriculum areas and throughout the daily
environments of young children. Current research and national and state mathematics standards on
early mathematics will be linked to philosophy and practice. This course will fulfill the required math
content area for the Maine state Birth-5 081 teaching certificate.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Accepted in MS Ed in Early Childhood program, or permission of program Director
Instructor: Patti Bailie
Format/Location: UMF Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 18th – April 29, 2022
Face-to-face class meetings Saturdays 1/29, 3/5 and 4/9 9AM- 3PM. Synchronous Zoom sessions Tuesdays 2/15, 3/22 and 4/26 7PM- 9PM
Class Number: 26769


ECH 539 Curriculum Development and Assessment

This course focuses on building collaborative and integrative curricula that utilizes assessment for best
teaching practices. The emphasis will be child-centered and include the use of inclusive classroom
adaptations. Students will focus on assessing outcomes and learning goals, as well as articulating
developmentally appropriate alignment with school (K-3) outcomes and goals. The role of inquiry to
practice and viewing reflective inquiry as a critical part of curriculum building will be emphasized.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Accepted in MS Ed in Early Childhood program, or permission of program Director
Instructor: Donna Karno
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings.
Dates/Days/Times: January 18th- April 29, 2022
Synchronous online meetings January 27, February 24, March 31 and April 21 from 7:00pm-9:00pm.
Class Number: 26770


EDU 550 School Law for Administrators

This course is a survey of the legal bases of public education in the United States and of contemporary legal issues and cases affecting the practice of school administration. Although the primary objective is to acquaint the student with the legal principles governing public education in the nation and the State of Maine, special attention will be given to those topics of school law that are, or should be, of immediate concern to the practicing school administrator. These topics include: state laws affecting the administrator, student rights, teacher rights, teacher dismissal, collective bargaining, compulsory education, curriculum, tort liability, student records, employment discrimination, and special education. The student also will be afforded the opportunity to pursue and discuss topics and issues in school law, which are of particular interest or personal concern.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.)
Instructor: Paul Knowles
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings.
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022.
Online Synchronous class meetings Saturday, 1/22, 3/12, and 4/2 9:00am- 3:00pm.
Class Number: 26773


EDU 553 Finance for School Administrators

This course presents a comprehensive introduction to resource acquisition, management, and leadership at the school level. Further, it is designed to engage students in exploring the practical realities of resource leadership and to examine in depth their own skills and knowledge in light of their goals for school leadership. Specifically, in the course students will: 1) develop a comprehensive understanding of resource acquisition, management, and deployment as a central part of their leadership effectiveness; 2) understand the procedural and legal parameters for financial and other resource acquisition, management, and deployment; and 3) build skills and understanding for leading this dimension of the school effectively.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.)
Instructor: Paul Knowles
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings.
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022.
Online synchronous class meetings on Saturdays 2/5, 3/19 and 4/9 9:00am- 3:00pm
Class Number: 20824


SED 505 Universal Design

This course introduces students to the concept of universal design for learning (UDL) and instructional technologies that provide educators with effective ways to create flexible methods, materials, and assessments to reach diverse learners. A focus will be on how to support students with a range of abilities to access the general education curriculum across content areas.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.)
Instructor: Hillary Gold-Thwaitfowles
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022
Class Number: 26775


SED 506 Assessment in Special Education

This course examines assessment practices for children and youth from 3-20 years and provides a variety of hands-on experiences in using various assessment approaches including observations, curriculum-based measurement, and standardized instruments. This course includes opportunities to construct and use both formative and summative assessments, emphasizing the links between pre-assessment, program planning and instruction, and monitoring progress. Each student will work with a focus child or youth in their area of specialization to gain practice in constructing, evaluating, and implementing informal assessments, evaluating formal assessments and interpreting assessment information for other educators and parents. Each student will build skills and knowledge in increasing cultural competence related to assessment practices. During this course, we also will explore a variety of current issues including universal design, test accommodations, modifications, and assistive technology.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.)
Instructor: Danielle Williams
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022
Class Number: 20838


EDU 582 Research Methods in Education

This course is designed to introduce educators to different methodological frameworks in educational research and become more familiar with a range of research designs and practices. Participants will select an area of inquiry and begin an in-depth analysis of the research on this topic

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Accepted in MS Ed in Educational Leadership or Special Education program, or permission of Director of Graduate Programs in Education
Instructor: Brianna Parsons
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings.
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022
Online synchronous class sessions 2/12, 3/26, and 4/23 9:00am- 3:00pm
Class Number: 20825


SED 507 Curriculum and Instructional Programming for Students with Disabilities

Students will explore basic principles of curriculum development and instructional programming for students with disabilities. Students will focus on how to develop clear instructional goals and objectives for Individual Education Plans and then how to construct daily instructional programs to accomplish these goals and objectives. Students will explore current theory and practice regarding direct instruction as it applies to teaching reading and related skills.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.)
Instructor: Heidi O’Leary
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022
Class Number: 20839


SED 511 Mathematics Instruction for Students with Disabilities

This course, for practicing teachers, focuses on methods and strategies for introducing mathematical concepts to children and youth with disabilities, preschool through high school. Issues of concern, major curriculum thrusts, such as the Common Core State Standards, Maine Early Childhood Learning Guidelines, promising practices, methods to differentiate instruction, linking instruction and assessment, accommodations, modifications, and assistive technology are addressed in this course. Approaches for children of different age levels from preschool through secondary are included. Students will select course projects appropriate for the setting or grade level in which they work.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.)
Instructor: Kathryn Desjardins
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 29- April 29, 2022
Class Number: 26776


SED 518 Special Education Law 

This course will provide prospective and practicing educators and school administrators with a working knowledge of relevant laws, policies, and regulations related to students with disabilities. Laws and regulations pertaining to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Maine special education regulations, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act will be discussed. Major course topics include Special Education eligibility and IEP development, student discipline, and curriculum access. The historical significance and practical application of laws affecting students with disabilities in school will be emphasized. In particular, the focus of the course will be on making effective educational decisions for students with disabilities.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.)
Instructor: Laurie Lemiuex
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 19 – April 29, 2022.
Class Number: 63316


SED 598 Inclusive Education Reform: a Social Justice Approach to School and Systemwide Reform

This course will explore how educators (teachers and administrators) can establish an inclusive vision and advocate to create a school or systemwide plan for equitable and excellent learning for all students. We will examine historical, legal, practical and theoretical perspectives on the culture and systems of special education and inclusive schooling. Students will study the research, issues, and outcomes from school leaders and educational researchers committed to advancing equity, social justice, and inclusive school reform. By the end of the course, students will have a deep historical, theoretical, and ethical understanding of inclusive school reform, as well as experience with practical tools, analysis, and applications to seek, create, and sustain equitable schools, especially for marginalized students.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Graduate Certificate in Special Education Administration, or Master’s in Special Education, or Permission of Instructor
Instructor: Kate MacLeod
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings
Dates/Days/Times: January 18 – April 29, 2022. Meetings dates TBD
Class Number: TBD


EDU 504 English Language Learners: Equity, Inclusion, and Family Engagement 
This course will help participants understand the importance of equity, inclusion, and advocacy while fostering culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) family engagement. Students will identify how culture, cultural diversity, and cultural sensitivity apply to working with ELLs, their families, and their communities.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Kathryn Will
Format/Location: TBD
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022.
Class Number: 26774


EDU 524 Advanced Math Methods
This course is designed for elementary teachers who wish to increase both their math content knowledge and the methods they use to teach math content. Participants will increase their content knowledge in the mathematics they teach; understanding of how children learn mathematics; their understanding of themselves as mathematicians; their confidence as math teachers; familiarity with the variety of math resources and materials available; their knowledge of the national math standards as well as the current research on math education; and their ability to create a constructivist mathematics curriculum. 

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Shannon Larson
Format/Location: UMF- Hybrid
Dates/Days/Times: January 18 – April 29, 2022 Face to face meetings 1/22, 2/12 and 4/3 9:00AM- 3:00PM
Class Number: 26771


EDU 532 Mathematics Leadership K-12: The Art of Mathematics Coaching and Supervision 
This is the fourth course in a four-course Certificate in Math Leadership. This course offers an introduction to the principles and types of mathematics leadership in educational settings. Students will examine literature related to mathematics leadership with particular attention to the different roles mathematics teacher leaders may play in the classroom, schools, districts and beyond. Participants will use this knowledge to critically examine their own leadership practices and roles. Focus will be given to developing a shared vision of mathematics teacher-leadership.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) EDU 530
Instructor: Robert Jenkins and Margaret Griswold
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022. Synchronous meetings 1/22, 3/5, 4/2 9:00AM- 2:00PM
Class Number: 26772


EDU 530 Mathematics Leadership in K-12 Settings: The Mathematics Content for Standards-Based Instruction
The content of this course is specific to the skills and concepts needed as an emergent mathematics
leader/specialist/instructor. The focus of this course will be:

  • An in-depth study of the Domain Progressions in Maine’s State Standards and the NCTM Standards and Connections in the NCTM Process Standards.
  • A research project that will examine the definition of mathematics content knowledge, the mathematics knowledge needed to teach effectively.
  • Development of a mathematics unit demonstrating math content, domain progressions and connections between mathematics topics.
  • A section of the course series portfolio that will show evidence of the student’s ability to use the learning in a professional development capacity as a mathematics leader.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree and teaching position.) EDU 529
Instructor: Margaret Griswold and Robert Jenkins
Format/Location:  Hybrid online and in person meetings- Rockland
Dates/Days/Times: January18-April 29, 2022. In person meetings Saturdays 1/29, 3/12 and 4/9 2022 Rockland.
Class Number: 20843


EDU 553 Finance for School Administrators
This course presents a comprehensive introduction to resource acquisition, management, and leadership at the school level. Further, it is designed to engage students in exploring the practical realities of resource leadership and to examine in depth their own skills and knowledge in light of their goals for school leadership. Specifically, in the course students will: 1) develop a comprehensive understanding of resource acquisition, management, and deployment as a central part of their leadership effectiveness; 2) understand the procedural and legal parameters for financial and other resource acquisition, management, and deployment; and 3) build skills and understanding for leading this dimension of the school effectivelyation.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Paul Knowles
Format/Location: Online Synchronous
Dates/Days/Times: January 19- April 29, 2022. Online synchronous class meetings 2/5, 3/19, 4/9 time TBD.
Class Number: 20824


EDU 582 Research Methods in Education
This course is designed to introduce educators to different methodological frameworks in educational research and become more familiar with a range of research designs and practices. Participants will select an area of inquiry and begin an in-depth analysis of the research on this topic.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Accepted in one of UMF’s MS Ed programs, or permission of Director of Graduate Programs in Education
Instructor: Brianna Parsons
Format/Location: Online with Synchronous Meetings 
Dates/Days/Times: January 18 – April 29, 2022. Online synchronous class meetings on Saturdays 2/12, 3/26, and 4/23 time TBD
Class Number: 20825


EDU 506 Poverty and Education
The influence of income on the well-being of children, youth, and families is pervasive and persists throughout the lifespan and across generations. An extensive and interdisciplinary literature has
documented the widespread influence of family income on children’s cognitive, socioemotional, and physical development, as well as later vocational and educational success. In this course, we will come to understand how poverty impacts education through a systems approach. We will study theoretical perspectives from economics, sociology, psychology, and education for understanding how poverty affects children’s well-being as well as the multiple contexts in which children grow. We will also look at
resilience and ways that children can avoid the negative outcomes of living in poverty. This course will
pay special attention to rural poverty and how it differs from urban poverty. Application of theory and
research to practice will be emphasized throughout this course. 

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Accepted in M.S. Ed. in Educational Leadership program or permission of instructor
Section 1
Instructor: Elyse Pratt-Ronco
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings
Dates/Days/Times: January 18 – April 29, 2022.
Class meetings on 1/29, 3/5, and 4/30 time TBD
Class Number: 20822


EMA 501: Geometry & Measurement PK-12
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Daniel Jackson
Format/Location: UMF- Blended
Dates/Days/Times: TBD
TBD


SED 505 Universal Design 
This course introduces students to the concept of universal design for learning (UDL) and instructional
technologies that provide educators with effective ways to create flexible methods, materials, and
assessments to reach diverse learners. A focus will be on how to support students with a range of
abilities to access the general education curriculum across content areas. 

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Hillary Goldthwaitfowles
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022
Class Number: 26775


SED 506 Assessment in Special Education
This course examines assessment practices for children and youth from 3-20 years and provides a variety of hands-on experiences in using various assessment approaches including observations, curriculum-based measurement, and standardized instruments. This course includes opportunities to construct and use both formative and summative assessments, emphasizing the links between pre-assessment, program planning and instruction, and monitoring progress. Each student will work with a focus child or youth in their area of specialization to gain practice in constructing, evaluating, and implementing informal assessments, evaluating formal assessments and interpreting assessment information for other educators and parents. Each student will build skills and knowledge in increasing cultural competence related to assessment practices. During this course, we also will explore a variety of current issues including universal design, test accommodations, modifications, and assistive technology.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Danielle Williams 
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29 , 2022.
Class Number: 20838


SED 507 Curriculum and Instructional Programming for Students with Disabilities
Students will explore basic principles of curriculum development and instructional programming for students with disabilities. Students will focus on how to develop clear instructional goals and objectives for Individual Education Plans and then how to construct daily instructional programs to accomplish these goals and objectives. Students will explore current theory and practice regarding direct instruction as it applies to teaching reading and related skills.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Heidi O’Leary
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18 – April 29 , 2022.
Class Number: 20839


SED 511 Mathematics Instruction for Students with Disabilities
This course, for practicing teachers, focuses on methods and strategies for introducing mathematical
concepts to children and youth with disabilities, preschool through high school. Issues of concern,
major curriculum thrusts, such as the Common Core State Standards, Maine Early Childhood Learning
Guidelines, promising practices, methods to differentiate instruction, linking instruction and assessment,
accommodations, modifications, and assistive technology are addressed in this course. Approaches for
children of different age levels from preschool through secondary are included. Students will select
course projects appropriate for the setting or grade level in which they work. 

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Kathryn Desjardins
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022
Class Number: 26776


SED 513 Early Childhood Speech and Language: Development, Disorders and Interventions 
This course is designed to introduce future early childhood special and general educators to the
development of speech and language in young children. Content includes an overview of the ages and
phases of typical speech and language development and the link between speech, language and
literacy. We will explore disorders and delays in speech and language and learn about research-based
techniques for assessment, identification and intervention.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Ilana Lesser
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29th, 2022.
Class Number: 20840


SED 518 Special Education Law
This course will provide prospective and practicing educators and school administrators with a working knowledge of relevant laws, policies, and regulations related to students with disabilities. Laws and regulations pertaining to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Maine special education regulations, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act will be discussed. Major course topics include Special Education eligibility and IEP development, student discipline, and curriculum access. The historical significance and practical application of laws affecting students with disabilities in school will be emphasized. In particular, the focus of the course will be on making effective educational decisions for students with disabilities.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Laurie Lemieux
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022

Class Number: 63316


SED 522 Internship in Special Education 
This course is designed for those seeking State certification as a special education teacher. Interns participate in a variety of supervised experiences in a school while working with children with disabilities. Working with a special educator, students with disabilities, and other school personnel, interns expand and refine their knowledge and skills and increase their responsibilities over time. Students participate in a seminar during their internship experience. Students completing SED 522 with a grade of B- or better fulfill State student teaching requirements.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree)
Instructor: TBA
Format/Location: TBA
Dates/Days/Times: TBA
Class Number: 26777


SED 531 Curriculum and Instruction for Learners Who Are Gifted 
This course emphasizes the development of curricular and instructional opportunities to address
characteristics and needs of the gifted child. Topics include: complexity and abstractness;
differentiation from mainstream curriculum; modification of content, process, product, and learning
environments; creative and critical thinking skills; the study of major ideas, issues, problems and
themes across content areas; development of understanding of self and others; promotion of
self-directed learning; career education; scope and sequence; and integration with district standards.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Susan Boyce-Cormier
Format/Location: Hybrid – UMF
Dates/Days/Times: January 18 – April 29, 2022. Face-to-face class meetings on Saturdays, January 29, March 12, and April 9 from 9:00AM-2:00PM.
Class Number: 26778


SED 598 Inclusive Education Reform: a Social Justice Approach to School and Systemwide Reform
This course will explore how educators (teachers and administrators) can establish an inclusive vision and advocate to create a school or systemwide plan for equitable and excellent learning for all students. We will examine historical, legal, practical and theoretical perspectives on the culture and systems of special education and inclusive schooling. Students will study the research, issues, and outcomes from school leaders and educational researchers committed to advancing equity, social justice, and inclusive school reform. By the end of the course, students will have a deep historical, theoretical, and ethical understanding of inclusive school reform, as well as experience with practical tools, analysis, and applications to seek, create, and sustain equitable schools, especially for marginalized students.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Graduate Certificate in Special Education Administration, or Master’s in Special Education, or Permission of Instructor
Instructor: TBD
Format/Location: Online with Synchronous Class Meetings TBD
Dates/Days/Times: January 18 – April 29, 2022. Class meetings TBD
Class Number: TBD


SED 529 Individualized Positive Behavior Supports 
This course prepares educators to design, implement, and evaluate interventions for students with
significant emotional/ behavioral difficulties. Topics include the nature and needs of students with
emotional/ behavioral difficulties, functional behavioral assessment, behavior support plans, and
wraparound/mental health supports.

Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) 
Instructor: Monica Smith
Format/Location: Online
Dates/Days/Times: January 18- April 29, 2022
Class Number: 20829


SED 551 Advanced Intervention Methods
This course focuses on identifying, selecting, implementing, and evaluating evidence-based inclusive practices within a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) framework. In particular, candidates will explore in-depth the data-based individualization process, including the design and implementation of intensive, individualized, research-based interventions. As a requirement of the course, candidates will engage in field-based activities that provide real-world opportunities for translating theory and research into practice and applying several High-Leverage Practices (HLPs) in Special Education.

Prerequisites: Enrollment in Master’s in Special Education, or Permission of Instructor  
Instructor: Jessica Apgar 
Format/Location: Online with synchronous class meetings
Dates/Days/Times: TBD
Class Number: 20836


SED 586 Special Education Research
Practical application of educational research methods to school reform initiatives and academic and behavioral intervention methods. The focus is on creating a research design for systematic inquiry of a schoolwide or classroom-specific issue. Includes data analysis, research report writing, and professional presentation skills.

Prerequisites: Accepted in MSEd. in Special Education program, or permission of Director of Graduate Programs in Education 
Instructor: Brianna Grumstrup
Format/Location: UMF Blended
Dates/Days/Times:  January 18- April 29, 2022. Online synchronous meetings Saturdays 2/5, 3/26, 4/23 9:00AM- 3:00PM
Class Number: 26779


“PSY 525 Human Growth and Development”
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor: Steve Qauckenbush
Format/Location: UMF Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 26 – May 6, 2022.
Face to face meetings Fridays 3:30- 4:30pm.
Class Number: TBA


PSY 530 Fundamentals of Counseling Theories and Skills II
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor: Natasha Lekes
Format/Location: UMF – Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 26- May 6, 2022.
Face-to-Face meetings Friday’s 1:30- 3:15pm
Class Number: 20844


PSY 540 Diagnosis and Treatment 1
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor: Lisa Henry
Format/Location: UMF – Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 26- May 6, 2022.
Face-to-Face meetings Friday’s 11:15am-12:30pm
Class Number: 20845


PSY 545 Group Counseling
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor: Dan Seabold
Format/Location: UMF – Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 26 – May 6, 2022.
Face-to-Face meetings Friday’s 9:00am-11:00am
Class Number: 20847


PSY 550 Crisis Intervention
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor: Jennifer Blossom
Format/Location: Online Synchronous
Dates/Days/Times: January 26 – May 6, 2022.
TBA
Class Number: 20846


PSY 580 Marriage & Family Counseling
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor: Jennifer King
Format/Location: UMF – Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 26 – May 6, 2022.
Face-to-Face meetings Friday’s 1:15pm-2:45pm
Class Number: TBA


PSY 585 Human Sexuality for Counselors/Career Counseling
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor:  Natasha Lekes/TBA
Format/Location: UMF – Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 26 – May 6, 2022.
Face-to-Face meetings Friday’s 10:45am- 12:15pm
Class Number: TBA


PSY 590 Advanced/Intermodel Creative Arts Therapies
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Section 1:
Instructor: Bodhi Simpson
Format/Location: Online Synchronous
Dates/Days/Times: January 26- May 6, 2022. Synchronous meetings Wednesdays 6-7:30pm
Class Number: TBA


PSY 595 Internship
Prerequisites: (All students must hold a Bachelor’s Degree.) Enrollment in Master of Art in Counseling Psychology program.
Instructor: Lisa Henry
Format/Location: UMF – Blended
Dates/Days/Times: January 26 – May 6, 2022.
Face-to-Face meetings Friday’s 9-10:30am
Class Number: TBA


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Have a question, need some information? Just contact us. We’re generally open Monday – Friday, 8am – 4:30pm (EST).

Division of Graduate & Continuing Education
University of Maine at Farmington
Theo Kalikow Education Center
186 High Street
Farmington, Maine 04938
tel 207-778-7502
fax 207-778-8134
TYY (via Maine Relay Service) dial 711
gradstudies@maine.edu

Mailing address:
Division of Graduate & Continuing Education
University of Maine at Farmington
111 South Street
Farmington, Maine 04938