UNE Online Learning Offers Quality and Support
Graduate degrees offered fully online, with no campus visits required
The University of New England holds a firm commitment to excellence in online education. Our combination of expert faculty, advanced technology and the highest-quality course content ensures that the education received by our online student body is unparalleled. UNE Online Worldwide Learning (OWL) students have a multitude of support and resources at their fingertips to guide them through their studies.
The benefits of the online learning environment are vast. The UNE Online Worldwide Learning platform:
- Is flexible and convenient, providing 24/7 access to course materials.
- Enables student-centered teaching, allowing students to engage in ways that best suit their learning style.
- Encourages student interaction and increases instructor accessibility.
- Facilitates increased knowledge through interaction with a global and diverse population of students and faculty.
Your online grad school experience
The online graduate program at UNE is a dynamic, multi-dimensional distance learning experience using a learner-centered approach, specifically designed to accommodate different learning styles and the schedules of working professionals. Each course is taught by a highly qualified instructor who is recognized for excellence in their particular field.
Outside of the virtual classroom, you will have a dedicated Student Support team to contact if you have questions regarding the program. OWL’s student support staff members are your contact within the UNE system, providing support and acting as your advocate within the College of Graduate Studies. We want you to have a seamless educational experience, and our Student Support team is one of the many reasons we have such a high success rate.
Regionally accredited; your credits transfer easily
UNE is regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC). Regional accreditation is the primary type of institutional accreditation in the United States. May educational institutions holding regional accreditation do not recognize credits or degrees earned at institutions that are nationally accredited. This is an important distinction for students who intend to transfer from one college or university to another during their degree program, or who plan to pursue additional degrees at different colleges or universities.