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Despite the weather, a crowd of students, faculty, staff and first responders from area communities presented a live fire science demonstration to evaluate a new fire extinguishing product and its real-life applications.

Fire Science Students Test New Firefighting Technology

Wednesday, October 28

Academics at AMC

Offering a professionally-focused liberal arts education consistent with the

College's Catholic identity and values

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student to faculty

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Areas of Study
Explore what AMC has to offer you for undergraduate, graduate and online degrees.
Institutional Learning Outcomes

Students at Anna Maria College are educated in the Catholic Intellectual tradition as envisioned by the Sisters of Saint Anne. As a college grounded in the liberal arts with a strong professional focus, student learning is geared toward attaining the following skills and abilities:

  • Respect for Others
  • An appreciation for the Catholic Way of Thinking
  • Effective Communication: both Oral and Written
  • Knowledge of Human Cultures
  • Critical Thinking
  • Civic Knowledge and Engagement
  • Ethical Reasoning
  • Quantitative Literacy
  • Information Literacy
  • Teamwork and Problem Solving


Assessment of these outcomes is accomplished through multiple means, including (but not limited to):

  • Standardized surveys (NSSE, SSI)
  • Electronic student portfolios
  • AMC developed assessment tools such as writing and critical thinking rubrics




Art Law and Society
Art Education Marketing Communication
Business Administration
Criminal Justice Music Education
Education Music Therapy
Fire Science Nursing
Forensic Criminology
Graphic Design Psychology
Health and Community Services
Social Work
History Sport Management
Human Development & Human Services



American Studies Small Business
Forensic Studies Family Business Management
Medieval Studies Social Welfare
Management Information Systems Theater
Modern Foreign Languages Victim Studies
Philosophy Women's Studies


Combined Bachelor-Master Programs
Click here to learn more about the following programs:
  • Public Administration: Fire/Rescue Services
  • Health Emergency Management
  • Criminal Justice
  • Counseling Psychology
  • Education
  • Business


On-ground Graduate Programs
For more information, contact Graduate Education Admissions at (508) 849-3423 or .


Online Graduate Degrees
Click on the program titles below for more information.


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The online bachelor's degree in Fire Science provides a strong foundation in the technical aspects of dealing with fire and hazardous materials, and emphasizes professional and managerial skills, ethics and service.

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The RN-BSN degree from Anna Maria College is designed to maximize graduates' career prospects in the modern health care marketplace.


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An essential credential for elected and appointed officials at all levels of government, the Master of Public Administration will prepare you to lead, manage and create societal changes within the public sector. Offering 8 in-demand specializations.




The Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Services Administration is designed for the working paramedic professional - providing currently certified or licensed paramedics or EMTs with a convenient pathway to degree completion.





Board of Trustees at Anna Maria College 2016-2017 
Annette J. Bibeau, S.S.A. '57
Provincial Secretary
Sisters of Saint Anne
St. Marie Province
Marlborough, Massachusetts
Jacqueline LeBoeuf, S.S.A. '72, '08G
Wellness Counselor
Sisters of Saint Anne
Marlborough, Massachusetts
Ellen M. Savickas
Community Leader
Paxton, Massachusetts
Peter J. Dawson, Esq.
Mirick O'Connell
Worcester, Massachusetts
Barbara G. Lyman, Ph.D., '69
Provost and Executive Vice President
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania        
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
John J. Spillane, Esq., Chair-Elect
Spillane & Spillane, LLP
Worcester, Massachusetts
Rita M. DeRoy, S.S.A. '68
Sisters of Saint Anne
St. Marie Province
Marlborough, Massachusetts
Julia M. McNamara, Ph.D.
President Emeritus
Albertus Magnus College
New Haven, Connecticut
Marguerite A. St. Amand, S.S.A. '74
Sisters of Saint Anne
Marlborough, Massachusetts
Joanne M. Dion, S.S.A.
Province Co-Leader
Sisters of Saint Anne
Marlborough, Massachusetts
Timothy P. Murray
President and CEO
Worc. Reg. Chamber of Commerce
Worcester, Massachusetts
Carolyn J. Stempler
Owner, Carolyn and June Designs, Inc.
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
Paul A. DiPierro
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
Brian A. O'Connell, Esq.
Manager of Business Services
Killingly Public Schools
Danielson, Connecticut
Dennis J. Thompson '79G
Owner and President
Thompson Benefit Group, Inc.
Merritt Island, Florida
Maureen A. Griffin
VP, IDI Benefits Operations
Worcester, Massachusetts
Christopher M. Powers
Senior VP
Benefit Development Group, A Risk Strategies Company
Worcester, Massachusetts

Maureen G. Wilkinson '90
Secretary of the Board
Vice President
Community Education/CRA Officer
HarborOne Bank
Plainville, Massachusetts
Kimberly A. Kennedy '97G
Assistant VP, Operations
Arbella Insurance Group
Quincy, Massachusetts
Elizabeth Ann Quinn '65
Vice Chair
Retired Superintendent
Old Rochester Regional School District
Mattapoisett, Massachusetts
Stephen H. Yerdon
Executive Director
Devereux MA and RI
Rutland, Massachusetts
Rev. Paul D. Kennedy, D.D.
Holden, Massachusetts
Rev. Richard F. Reidy
Vicar General
Diocese of Worcester
Worcester, Massachusetts
Pauline A. Laurence, S.S.A. '72
Province Co-Leader
Sisters of Saint Anne
Marlborough, Massachusetts
Mary Lou Retelle, ex-officio
Anna Maria College
Paxton, Massachusetts