About the Program
As an Arts & Sciences student at UMFK, you’ll benefit from small classes, supportive faculty, and hands-on learning as you prepare for the career you want! Opportunities to create your own minor and experience classes that you prefer make this degree program perfect for the self-starter!
You have the option of pairing your degree with a minor or with one of our three concentrations.
Customize your arts and sciences degree to match your career goals with one of these concentrations.
Pursue a minor to gain additional specialized skills to attract an employer or pursue an area of interest.
- Completion of 120 semester hours of credit.
- A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0.
- Completion of at least 45 semester hours of upper level credits (course numbers 300 and above) and in each of which the student shall have earned the grade of “C” or better.
- Completion of General Education Requirements
- At least 30 semester hours must be completed at the University of Maine at Fort Kent or through UMFK programs.
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Faculty to student ratio
French and English
UMFK is a bilingual campus.
Arts and Sciences Spotlight
Meet the faculty who make this program so successful.
Geraldine Cannon Becker
Professor of English and Creative Writing
Geraldine Cannon Becker has been teaching at UMFK since 2004. Geraldine earned her BA in …
Joseph E. Becker
Professor of English, Program Coordinator/Lead Faculty, and UMFK English Program
Dr. Joseph Becker, Ph.D., Comparative Literature, University of Arkansas 2002; M.A., Comparative Literature, University of …
Professor of Music and Education
Dr. Brickman has been composing original music for decades and regularly has his pieces performed …
Associate Professor of History and Education
Paul Buck is located at 120 Powell Hall. You may contact Paul by phone at …
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