UMaine – University of Maine at Augusta Transfer Agreements
UMA Foundations Program
The UMA Foundations program is a joint program offered in partnership by the University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) and the University of Maine (UMaine). Students are selected for this program as a result of their application to UMaine. The first three semesters are offered by UMA, with UMA classes taught on the Orono campus, providing students in the program an opportunity to build a strong academic profile to support a successful transfer to UMaine in the fourth semester. Housing is provided for the first year on the Orono campus.
For more information, including the curriculum for the first three semesters, click here to review the Foundations Program Fact Sheet.
Maine Engineering Pathways Program
The Maine Engineering Pathways Program is a 1+3 program that allows academically prepared students to start their engineering program at the University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) and, after successfully completing the first year program at UMA, transfer into one of the following engineering majors offered at UMaine:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Construction Engineering Technology
- Electrical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering Technology
- Engineering Physics
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Survey Engineering Technology
In Engineering Pathway program, students get right into the field of engineering with an introductory course to explore engineering as a career. In addition, students will build their expertise in foundational mathematics and science courses in the first year as they prepare to transfer to UMaine. The 1+3 program is designed to graduate academically prepared students in 4 years.
For more information, go to the Maine Engineering Pathways web page.