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COM Online Education

COM Online Education

Starting with the new academic year (June 1st, 2013) the following policies and changes for all COM Online Education courses come into effect:

  • Course syllabi have been updated to reflect our new withdraw and extension policies.
  • While you may enroll into our courses at any time, all courses will start on the first and third week of the month.
  • You can now register through our online Registration Site.
  • Course registrations  for sessions which start on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month will close at 4pm on the Friday before the start date for that session. Please refer to the Academic Calendar listed in the sidebar for the specific dates.

The college offers two on-line programs: 

1. Post baccalaureate sequence of health science prerequisite courses
  • For more information on the Post Baccalaureate Sequence and the courses that are offered please call 1-855-325-0894 or e-mail - comdistance@une.edu
2. Masters in Medical Education Leadership (MMEL)
  • For more information on the Masters in Medical Education Leadership and the courses that are offered visit the website or call or e-mail - Dr. India Broyles (Director) at 207-602-2459 or ibroyles@une.edu and Diane Labbe (Coordinator) at  207-602-2694 or  dlabbe@une.edu

These programs are fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA)

The University is committed to our distance-learning students. The students who choose to learn through the University's extended campus are an integral part of the University community. Technological links enable students to interact with their faculty, advisors, support service administrators, as well as their student colleagues.

Disability Services

Disability Services (DS) exists to ensure that the University fulfills the part of it’s mission that seeks to promote respect for individual differences and to ensure that no person who meets the academic and technical standards requisite for admission to, and continued enrollment at, the University is denied benefits or subjected to discrimination at UNE solely by reason of his or her disability. For more information please go to this link.