Degrees, majors, and technical certificates are listed below. Consult the Programs of Study section of the UAM catalog for course requirements of individual programs of study.

8 Semester Plans

Associate of Applied Science

            Crime Scene Investigation

            General Technology

            Industrial Technology

            Law Enforcement Administration

            Nursing (LPN to RN)

Associate of Arts

Associate of Science

            Land Surveying Technology

Bachelor of Arts

            Art

            Communication

            English

            Health and Physical Education, non-licensure

            History

            K-6 Elementary Education

            Middle Childhood Education

            Modern Languages

            Music

            Political Science

Bachelor of Applied Science

Bachelor of Business Administration

            Accounting

            Business Administration

Bachelor of General Studies

Bachelor of Music Education

Bachelor of Science

            Agriculture

            Biology

            Chemistry

            Computer Information Systems

            Criminal Justice

            Education Studies, non-licensure (online)

            Natural Resources Management

            Health and Physical Education

                        P-12

                        Non-licensure

                        Exercise Science

            Mathematics

            Natural Science

            Psychology

            Teaching and Learning

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Social Work

Master of Arts in Teaching – online

Master of Education – online

            Education

                        Teacher Leader Option

                        Special Education Option

                        Content Option

            Educational Leadership

Master of Fine Arts – online

Master of Music in Jazz Studies – low residency

Master of Physical Education and Coaching – online

Master of Science

            Forest Resources

Pre-Professional Studies

            The University's faculty provides courses to prepare students in numerous professional programs. These programs include:

Pre-Veterinary - See the School of Agriculture section of catalog.

Pre-Engineering - See the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences section of catalog.

Allied Health, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy - See the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences section of catalog.

Pre-Law - See the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences section of catalog. 

Advance Technical Certification

            Electromechanical Technology Instrumentation

Technical Certifications

            Administrative Office Technology

            Automotive Service Technology

            Computer Maintenance/Networking

            Crime Scene Investigation

            Diesel Technology

            Early Childhood Education

            Electromechanical Technology

            Emergency Medical Technology (Paramedic)

            Health Information Technology

            Health Professions      

            Heavy Equipment Operation

                        Construction

                        Timber Production

            Hospitality Services    

            Law Enforcement Administration

            Practical Nursing

            Welding Technology

Certificates of Proficiency

            Child Development Associate

            Cisco Network Associate

            Computer Repair and Networking  

            Crime Scene Investigation

            Emergency Medical Technology/Technician Basic

            Healthcare Office Skills          

            Hospitality Skills

            Industrial Equipment Repair

            Law Enforcement Administration

            Nursing Assistant

            Office Support

            Tractor Trailer Operater

            Welding