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It can be tough to keep up with an ever-evolving world. That’s why UNE Online allows anyone with a bachelor’s degree or higher the opportunity to take individual courses from our entire catalog of post-baccalaureate and graduate-level offerings without applying to a degree program. Whether you’re looking for career development, continuing education credits, or personal growth, we welcome you to learn more.
Devon was in the middle of earning her Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study when an exciting career opportunity came up in her school district. Right away, her Student Support Specialist helped Devon change her course plan so that she could complete the classes she needed to meet the position’s requirements. As a direct result of her studies, Devon is now the Assistant Principal for Morse High School in Bath, Maine!
You’re likely quite busy, so we gathered a vast array of student and career support services to help you easily connect your coursework to your professional life. Through these links, you can skim through fieldwork and job opportunities, find writing or tutoring services, delve through our online library, and more! After all, we’ve consistently found that a successful student is most often a supported student.
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