University of New England: Health Sciences University Grounded in Liberal Arts
November 27, 2015
“The Undergraduate and Graduate Campus Experience”
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 one in Tangier, Morocco, it offers over 70 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. The University of New England offers a variety of programs at the graduate and professional levels—including traditional campus-based programs and online programs. Ninety-percent of 2014 graduates are either employed of were accepted into graduate/professional programs. Whether you’re pursuing a graduate or professional degree in medicine, one of the allied health fields, the sciences, education, or any other discipline in which UNE specializes, you benefit from internationally renowned faculty, world-class facilities, and innovative programs that utilize the latest instructional methods and technologies. UNE’s programs enjoy national reputations for excellence. You don’t want to miss this!
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