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100% of 9 students said this degree improved their career prospects
44% of 9 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Average Financial Aid: $21,145

Accreditation: University of New England is acredited by 11 agencies

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Master's Degrees

Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions $109,232 $63,915 72
Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions $148,539 $107,345 71
Public Health $33,960 $56,951 59
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods Not Reported $48,526 58
Social Work $53,264 $45,842 54
Educational Administration and Supervision Not Reported $49,558 31

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Reviewed: 8/25/2022

Degree: Chemistry

I enrolled in the Prehealth courses to meet pre-req requirements for graduate degrees, particularly as they offered self-paced online courses that were not offered by community colleges or universities in my area. Unlike prior virtual courses, there was exactly zero education provided. For example, in a prior science course taken asynchronously at a local college, there were lectures that were pre-recorded with several examples per lecture to guide the learning. This allowed the student to cover... Read More


Reviewed: 3/22/2021

Degree: Biology

I recently signed up for Human Anatomy and Physiology to complete as a prerequisite. To be honest, I am disappointed and frustrated with the lack of transparency and non-linear approach to the course. While UNE advertises that all courses are self paced, there is no indication anywhere that the courses are self-taught. This perspective comes from the fact that the short 15 minute videos have zero instruction and do not really correlate with the assigned chapters or weekly labs.I have already spent... Read More


Reviewed: 3/8/2021

Degree: Chemistry

I am currently enrolled in the Chemistry I w/ Lab course, which is part of the Science Prerequisites For Health Professionals. I was astonished to find out in the first week that this course has very short lectures (12 minutes in weeks I and II) and that the students are expected to "self-teach", according to the student advisor, by reading the textbook and doing homework assignments from the textbook. The course plus the lab plus the lab kit are $1,800.00. For that amount of money, a full length... Read More


Reviewed: 11/4/2020

Degree: Biology

I personally believed this course is a waste of time. I took the anatomy class with UNE thinking that this self paced course would have prerecorded lectures about the MATERIAL. No, the way of learning is ONLY by reading the textbooks, no lectures. I personally believe that it is absolutely ridiculous to be paying a teacher (no wait, a professor!) for do nothing! They're job is to TEACH and they are not. And I've even asked to have an assignment relooked, but the teacher (who you'd think is responsible... Read More

Daniel Young

Reviewed: 3/28/2018

Degree: Social Work

I signed up for the MSW program at UNE in early 2016. The course material was both challenging and interesting. I compare the course work to University of Victoria online that my spouse attended and Walden University that I previously attended to find the quality, quantity and difficulty of the work to be roughly equal. I was really excited about this university (UNE) as their reputation is very good. However, I was somewhat disappointed in the complex and confusing portal to access services. That... Read More


Reviewed: 12/19/2016

Degree: Curriculum & Instruction

UNE is expensive, but I felt it was worth it. The courses are all online which is best for me. I was able to work full time as a teacher and spend time with my family while earning my degree. My advisor was amazing and most of the professors were great. The work was easy for me, but I found that it taught me a lot and provided me with a degree I can be proud of. I was very disappointed that they do not offer a Doctoral degree that would meet my needs. I would have loved to continue my education with... Read More

Ashley Carlino

Reviewed: 8/13/2015

Degree: Educational Leadership

My program in Educational Leadership is very attainable for someone working full-time. The online support from the admissions process to coursework is amazing. I would recommend this school to anyone looking to complete a degree or certificate program online.


Reviewed: 8/5/2014

Degree: Social Work

Great masters program for working professionals! Instructors and online staff were all helpful and supportive of all students despite the distance learning environment. Highly recommended for self-motivated students seeking an alternative to the classroom learning environment. Courses were well-structured and organized.

Compassionate Moderate

Reviewed: 7/25/2014

Degree: Social Work

This program seems more concerned with protecting themselves from litigation by non-compassionate conservatives than protecting liberal, moderate, compassionate conservative, pro gay rights and women's right students from emotional and psychological harm in discussion forums and group work. This school is around 80% female and a male student in our class expressed his very strong anti-abortion views in a discussion board. Several other students chimed in to express their support for him and congratulate... Read More