Courses offered at Regent's College are taught primarily by British faculty. Many are specifically concerned with British studies; others often have a special British emphasis. Where appropriate, all capitalize on the local resources (museums, galleries, theatres, sites) that are available for first-hand study.
Course Schedule/Gen Eds and Discovery
This schedule contains a column that indicates which Regent's courses satisfy which UNH Discovery Program categories. Also check the end of the document for additional notes pertaining to general education.
Fall 2013 Course Schedule - NEW (updated 2/11/13)
Instructions: discuss these courses with your academic advisor to determine which may count toward major or minor requirements.
Determining Course Equivalents
1000-4000 courses are accredited through Webster University.
General guidance on course numbering:
1000 level courses are introductory and open to all students, and comparable to UNH 400-level courses.
2000 level courses are open to sophomores, juniors, seniors, and qualified freshmen, and comparable to UNH 500-level courses.
3000 level courses are open to juniors, seniors, and other qualified students, and comparable to UNH 600-level courses.
4000 level courses are open to juniors and seniors only and are intended for advanced students. Enrollment is limited. These classes are comparable to UNH 700-level courses.
Students who wish to receive credit in their major or minor for courses taken at Regent's College must seek formal approval from their major or minor advisor.
Non-UNH students should check with the home university to be certain the courses are transferable there. All courses are fully accredited and transferable to UNH as credit towards graduation. Major or minor courses must be approved by the department. General education courses have prior approval from the UNH registrar's office.