College of Science, Technology, and Health

Whether you are a traditional age college student or an individual looking to advance in your field by means of earning a degree, the College of Science, Technology, and Health (CSTH) has something for you.

CSTH is a progressive unit of the University of Southern Maine that provides educational, research, and service opportunities relating to the application of science, technology, and health to the medical, industrial, educational, and business communities. If you have a desire to work in stimulating, highly-dynamic STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and health profession fields, USM is your university.

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The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences (CoAES), verifies that the following program Exercise Science offered at USM is judged to be in compliance with the nationally established standards and awarded continuing accreditation on September 19, 2014.
This September, the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs voted to award the Department of Exercise, Health, and Sport Sciences’ Exercise Science program continued accreditation for the next 10 years.
See the interview with Professor Largay and students Tatiana Romanchishina and Joseph Cronyn.
Dr. James E. Graves, the new Dean of CSTH, has served as Dean and Professor at the University of Utah’s College of Health and Department of Exercise and Sport Science. His research interests include exercise and aging, musculoskeletal physiology, prevention and rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries, and the use of computer applications and data analysis in biomedical research.

Innovation At Work

The state-of-the-art nursing simulation center at USM features high-fidelity mannequins that provide students with experience in realistic patient care situations. This valuable training translates into better nursing care for Maine.

Study STEM @ USM

USM Pioneers students speak about why they are interested in staying in Maine to study in the STEM fields.

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