ROCKLAND — UMA Rockland Center will host an information session on the Mental Health and Human Services degrees available in the Midcoast area, Monday, October 21, from 12 – 1 p.m.
UMA’s Mental Health and Human Services program offers the Associate (A.S.) and Bachelor’s (B.S.) degrees to students seeking a career in a variety of social service settings. The program is designed for students to tailor a curriculum to match their career goals, whether that is working with young children, adolescents, adults or the elderly.
UMA Rockland Center (UROCK) is one of nine centers in Maine where you can take courses, pursue degrees, and receive all the support you need to earn a UMA degree close to home, taking classes that fit into your family and work life. Courses are taught by faculty on-site, online, via interactive television or two-way videoconferencing.
“With an over forty-year history of serving students in the Midcoast, UROCK is proud to be your connection to a higher education degree within the University of Maine System,” said UMA Rockland Center, in a news release.
Registration is encouraged but not required. To register, contact the UMA Rockland Center at 596-6906, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.