Regulatory Ethics

Program Type
Undergraduate Certificate
Credential
Undergraduate Certificate
Mode of Study
In Person

Cost per credit hour

In-state: $288;
Out-of-state: $810. See details and other costs

Credit hours

12 required credit hours. Most courses are equal to 3 credit hours. Browse course list

Program duration

Finish in as few as 2 semesters. Explore program requirements

Admissions

No fee to apply. Rolling admissions. Begin program in fall, spring, or summer. View application process & deadlines

Program Highlights

  • Develop a foundational understanding of regulation and how it applies to roles in health and social services, education, business, energy, and the environment.
  • Make valuable connections with area employers and community partners through an internship where you’ll integrate learning with hands-on work experience.
  • Learn from accomplished faculty and personnel from the Maine Regulatory Training and Ethics Center.
  • Tailor our program to your goals – choose from specialized courses for training in specific fields.
  • Make progress toward a future degree: Apply course credits from your certificate toward a USM bachelor’s degree.
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Program requirements

Regulatory expertise is highly desirable in an increasingly complex world of intersecting rules and requirements. You’ll gain a basic understanding of the structure of regulation, how to navigate it, and when to call in legal expertise.

Next Steps

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