The University of Maine at Fort Kent is chartered by the University of Maine Board of Trustees to offer the following degree programs at the bachelors and associates levels, and the following certificates:
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a liberal arts program that enables students to choose among several major and minor areas of concentrated study leading to careers in the humanities. The program also is designed to prepare students for advanced studies.
English with concentrations in:
The Bachelor of Science (BS) provides students with a background in arts and sciences for entry into a variety of professions. The B.S. degree is also recommended for students seeking elementary and secondary school teacher certification.
Biology with concentrations in:
Business Management with concentrations in:
Computer Applications - concentrations in:
Environmental Studies with concentrations in:
Nursing with tracks in:
Rural Public Safety Administration with concentrations in:
The Bachelor of Arts and Sciences (BAS) permits students to assume the responsibility for designing individualized programs to meet their particular academic needs as they prepare for future careers.
The Associate of Arts in General Studies (AA) is a two-year program emphasizing the development of general knowledge for students preparing for a variety of careers. The Associate of Arts degree program also provides career-oriented concentrations in accounting, behavioral science, business, computer science, criminal justice, emergency management / homeland security, and human services.
Career options in:
The Associate of Science (AS) is a two-year degree providing career options in allied health, forest management, and information security.
Associate of Arts with a concentration in:
Associate of Science in Allied Health with concentrations in:
NOTE: For a full printable PDF of the catalog, please visit the Catalog Archive page here.