About the Program
The Associate in Applied Science degree in Mental Health will prepare students for entry-level and above positions in areas of substance abuse, mental health rehabilitation, developmental disability services, and gerontology. Students who complete the five MHT100-level courses listed in the program can apply to the Muskie School Center for Learning for the Provisional MHRT-Community Certification. Students who then complete the remaining five MHT200-level courses listed in the program can apply to the Muskie School Center for Learning for the Full MHRT-Community Certification.
The field of Mental Health is a very diverse field with a diverse array of career opportunities and qualifications.
The purpose of the Advisory Board is to elicit feedback from agencies and 4-year institutions on how we can best meet the knowledge and skill expectations as our graduates transition into the workplace and/or into Baccularate programs.
Meetings and Minutes
The following are links to meeting agendas, minutes and other files.