Degrees and Major Programs of Study

College of Liberal Arts

Please note that the teacher education division of the College of Liberal Arts coordinates the five-year undergraduate/graduate teacher education program.

Bachelor of Arts

Anthropology
The Arts
Art History
Art Studio
Classics
Communication
English
English/Journalism
English Teaching
European Cultural Studies
French
French Studies
Geography
German
Greek
History
Humanities
Justice Studies (dual major)
Latin
Linguistics
Music
Music History
Music Theory
Performance Study
Preteaching
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Russian
Sociology
Spanish
Theatre
Women’s Studies

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Fine Arts
Bachelor of Music
Music Education
Performance Theory

 

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Bachelor of Arts

Chemistry
Chemistry and Physics Teaching
Earth Science Teaching
Earth Sciences
Oceanography
Mathematics
Physics
Biophysics

Bachelor of Science

Chemical Engineering*
Energy
Environmental Engineering
Chemistry*
Civil Engineering*
Computer Engineering*
Computer Science*
Computer Engineering*
Electrical Engineering*
Environmental Engineering*
Industrial Processes
Municipal Processes
Geology*
Hydrology*
Mathematics*
Mathematics Education*
Elementary
Middle/Junior High
Secondary
Mathematics, Interdisciplinary
Computer Science
Economics
Electrical Science
Physics
Statistics
Mechanical Engineering*
Physics*
Biophysics
Chemical
Materials Science

School of Health and Human Services

Bachelor of Arts

Social Work

Bachelor of Science

Communication Sciences and Disorders
Family Studies
Child and Family Studies
Health Management and Policy
Kinesiology
Athletic Training
Exercise Science
Outdoor Education
Physical Education Pedagogy
Sport Studies
Nursing
Occupational Therapy
Recreation Management and Policy
Program Administration
Therapeutic Recreation

College of Life Sciences and Agriculture

Bachelor of Arts

Plant Biology
Zoology

Bachelor of Science

Animal Sciences
Bioscience and Technology
Equine Sciences
Preveterinary Medicine
Biochemistry
Biology
Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Biology
General Biology
Marine and Freshwater Biology
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Community Development
Dairy Management
Environmental and Resource Economics
Environmental Conservation
Environmental Conservation: Environmental Affairs
Environmental Conservation: Environmental Science
Environmental Horticulture
General Studies
Medical Laboratory Science
Clinical Chemistry
Clinical Hematology
Clinical Immunohematology
Clinical Microbiology
Microbiology
Nutritional Sciences
Plant Biology
Soil Science
Tourism Planning and Development
Water Resource Management
Wildlife Management
Zoology

Bachelor of Science in Forestry

Forestry
Forestry: Forest Management
Forestry: Forest Science

Whittemore School of Business and Economics

Bachelor of Arts

Economics
Financial and Managerial Economics
International and Development
Economics
Public Policy Economics

Bachelor of Science

Business Administration
Accounting
Entrepreneurial Venture Creation
Finance
Information Systems
International Business and Economics
Management
Marketing
Economics
Hospitality Management

Thompson School of Applied Science

Associate in Applied Science

Applied Animal Science
Applied Business Management
Civil Technology
Community Service and Leadership
Food Services Management
Forest Technology
Horticultural Technology

University of New Hampshire at Manchester

Associate in Arts

General Studies
Studio Arts

Associate in Science

Biological Sciences
Business Administration

Bachelor of Arts

Business
Communication Arts
English
History
Humanities
Political Science
Psychology

Bachelor of Science

Electrical Engineering Technology*
Computer Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology*
Nursing
Sign Language Interpretation

Division of Continuing Education

Associate in Arts

Career Concentrations
Pre-Engineering and Physical Sciences


Five-Year Degree Programs

Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education**
Bachelor of Science and Master of Education**
Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Accounting
Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Biochemistry
Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

Interdisciplinary Majors

Bachelor of Arts

International Affairs


Bachelor of Science

Hydrology

Interdisciplinary Minors

African American Studies
Agribusiness
American Studies
Architectural Studies
Asian Studies
Canadian Studies
Cinema Studies
Community Planning
Environmental Engineering
Genetics
Gerontology
History and Philosophy of Science
Humanities
Hydrology
Illumination Engineering
Justice Studies
Latin American Studies
Marine Biology
Materials Science
Ocean Engineering
Oceanography
Plant Pest Management
Race, Culture, and Power
Religious Studies
Russian Studies
Sustainable Living
Technology, Society, and Values
War and Peace Studies
Wetland Ecology
Women’s Studies

Advisory Committees

Prelaw
Premedical/Prehealth Care Professional

Graduate School

Master of Arts
Master of Science
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Business Administration
Master of Education
Master of Fine Arts
Master of Adult and Occupational Education
Master of Public Administration
Master of Public Health
Master of Science for Teachers
Master of Social Work
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study
Doctor of Philosophy

*Designated degre
e (the name of the specialization is included on the diploma; e.g., B.S. in Chemistry).

**Also Master of Arts in Teaching.


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