Top Part-time MBA Programs in Maine

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 2 business schools in Maine that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Maine MBA universities.

  • ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state Maine. Also covers latest population and geographical information of Maine.

List of Top MBA Schools in Maine

Rank MBA Schools
1 University of Maine
Acceptance rate: 1
Part-time Enrollment: 26Average GMAT score: 583
Location: Orono, ME

University of Maine Part Time MBA

2 University of Southern Maine
Acceptance rate: 0.73
Part-time Enrollment: 130
Average GMAT score: 567
Location: Portland, MEUniversity of Southern Maine Part Time MBA

Part-time MBA Programs in Maine

Maine nature

The state of Maine is located in the Northeastern United States. Territory of the state of Maine – 91,646 km 2 (39th place among the states of the USA). Maine is the largest New England state by area.

Maine is the only state in the continental United States that borders only one state, New Hampshire (to the west). In the northwest, north and northeast, Maine borders on Canada, from the south and southeast it is washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

In the state of Maine, not far from the city of Lubeck, is the easternmost point of the continental states of the United States – the West Quaddy lighthouse.

A significant part of the state of Maine is occupied by the spurs of the Appalachian mountain system. In the west, the ranges of the White Mountains stretch, in the northern part of the state there are several mountain peaks, which are called the Longfellow Mountains.

It is in the Longfellow Mountains, in Baxter Park, that the highest mountain in Maine, Katahdin (1606 meters above sea level), is located. Mount Katahdin is the northernmost point of the well-known and popular tourist route in the United States, the “Appalachian Trail”, stretching from Springer Mountain in Georgia through the states of North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire.

The south and southeast of Maine is occupied by coastal lowlands. The coastline is indented with many bays and bays, hundreds of islands are located along the coast.

There are many (more than two thousand) lakes in Maine, including the largest lake in New England – Moosehead (about 310 km 2). The picturesque rock of Kineo rises above the lake – one of the tourist attractions of Maine.

One of the state’s largest rivers, the Kennebec, flows from Moosehead Lake. Other major rivers are St. John (originating in Maine and further located in neighboring Canada), Penobscot (the largest river that flows entirely through Maine), St. Croix (the border between the USA and Canada passes along this river in Maine), Androskoggin and many others (there are more than five thousand rivers and streams in the state).

It is not by chance that Maine is called the “Pine State”, a significant part of its territory is covered with coniferous forests.

Maine has a humid continental climate, with warm, humid summers and cold (especially in the north of the state), snowy winters.

In the north of the state, near the city of Caribou, the average temperature in January is from -18°C to -7°C, in July – from 12°C to 24°C. On the coast, in the Portland area, in January, the temperature ranges from -11°C to 0°C, in July – from 15°C to 26°C.

Maine is home to the first US national park created east of the Mississippi River and the only one in New England – Acadia. The park, whose area is almost two hundred square kilometers, occupies almost the entire Mount Desert Island (the second largest in the eastern United States after Long Island in the state of New York) and several nearby small islands.

Most of the park is covered with coniferous forests, there are also maple, oak, beech and other hardwoods. Bears, elks, deer, squirrels, chipmunks, beavers, porcupines, muskrats, foxes, coyotes, lynxes and many other species of animals live in the Acadia National Park.