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Imagine having the flexibility of getting your advanced degree, without ever having to step foot on campus. That’s the reality at the nationally-ranked University of New England, which offers an impressive selection of graduate and professional programs…100% online!

The University of New England, a private institution with a public mission, is a health-sciences university, grounded in the liberal arts. With two campuses in Maine and another in Tangier, Morocco, it offers over 70 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. UNE is the leading provider of health care professionals in the State of Maine, and has recognized strengths in:

  • osteopathic medicine
  • health sciences
  • biological
  • marine
  • environmental sciences
  • other select areas of excellence in the liberal arts

Watch as Danielle Ripich, President of the university, joins us to discuss the benefits of online studies.

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