Career-focused business education

The University of Maine Graduate School of Business is a partner program in the Maine Center academic consortium. This webpage presents an overview of the programs offered by the school and links to additional detail on the University of Maine website.

About the School


The University of Maine Graduate School of Business sits at the nexus of quality and affordability for executive-level education. Accredited by AACSB, the school offers on-campus and online credits. The online “MaineMBA” was ranked #81 by US News & World Report in 2021. The highly qualified business faculty from the University of Maine and the University of Southern Maine collaborate to deliver the innovative MaineMBA that educates leaders to be creative and strategic thinkers, to solve complex problems, and to lead, manage, and communicate with the business environment. You can learn more about the school here.

Choose Your Path To Success


Prepares leaders to move through rapidly changing markets with innovation and agility.

Dual Degree

Combine a MBA with another graduate degree to build a unique skillset.


Gain the specific skills you need through a more focused program option.



Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The “MaineMBA” is the essential MBA founded in real-world practice. Offered in Orono, Portland, and online. Available concentrations include:

  • Accounting
  • Business Analytics
  • Finance
  • Healthcare Systems
  • Human Nutrition
  • Sustainability

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Dual Degrees



Complete two degrees in four years by combining your MBA with a Juris Doctor (J.D.). This program gives students the unique skills needed to lead in complex legal and business environments.

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This program is intended for students interested in utilizing business skills in international careers focused on public policy, international service, finance, trade, and development, as well as students envisioning a career in international business and thus needing further knowledge of the global environment.

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For students interested in combining business skills with technological skills in order to meet the demands of the workplace. This degree is offered through a partnership with the University of Maine School of Computing and Information Science.

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MBA + Certificate in Innovation Engineering

Gives students a complete array of tools and a systematic approach to creating, communicating, and commercializing ideas in response to problems and opportunities in the field of business.

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Professional-level education in advanced business topics such as finance, management, or business law. Offered 100% online.

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Designed for students interested in gaining essential analytical skills to make data-driven business decisions by capitalizing on rich data resources. Learn how to leverage big data through advanced analytical tools such as data visualization, predictive modeling, and machine learning/artificial intelligence. Offered 100% online.

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Enables Maine’s business, not-for-profit, and government sectors to navigate the modern regulatory landscape and enhance their prospects for success. Offered through the University of Maine School of Law.

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