UMA offers virtual info session on Advanced Graduate Substance Use Disorders certificate

AUGUSTA — The University of Maine at Augusta has a new Advanced Graduate Certificate in Substance Use Disorders, and will hold a virtual information session for those interested in the course.
The sessions will be held from 6:30 to 7 on Thursday, May 28, and Tuesday, June 2.
During the sessions, UMA Mental Health and Human Services faculty will provide additional information about the program delivery, how those taking it can create a pathway to a master’s degree and the benefits the credential can provide to advance career opportunities.
UMA admissions staff will be available to provide information on the application process and ways in which students can pay for a graduate certificate.
The session will also allow for an interactive Q & A for participants.
To join the sessions, visit and click on the program specific tab. Those who can’t joing on those days, but are interested in the course can call admissions at 207-621-3465 or email for more information. Deadline for applications is July 1.