Who Can Enroll in UNH Online Courses

Whether you are just beginning to explore the convenience of e-learning or ready to enroll, eUNH offers flexible learning opportunities to pursue a professional or personal interest, jump-start your college career, catch up or accelerate your studies with a variety of courses to meet your needs. eUNH courses are open to UNH Matriculated Degree and Continuing Education (non-degree) students as well as students from other institutions. Enroll any time of the year, and fulfill a degree program requirement, transfer the credits to another institution or explore a new subject area. Below are the minimum requirements to get started and enroll in undergraduate or graduate courses.

Undergraduate Level Courses (numbered 200-799)
Undergraduate courses are open to individuals who hold a high school diploma or GED.

Graduate Level Courses (numbered 800-999)
Graduate courses are open to individuals who hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.

Prerequisites
Individuals are responsible for meeting all course prerequisites before enrolling in classes. Check undergraduate and graduate course descriptions for course details and prerequisite information.

High School Juniors and Seniors

High school juniors and seniors with strong academic skills may apply to enroll in 400-500 level undergraduate courses in the fall, spring and summer through the Challenging Academically Talented Students (CATS) Program. For more information, including a link to the CATS application, please point your browser to: http://admissions.unh.edu/apply/cats-challenging-academically-talented-students-program/.