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Undergraduate Course Catalog 2014-2015

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.

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

Bachelor of Arts 

Anthropology
The Arts
 

Classics
Communication

English
English/Journalism
English Literature
English Teaching
European Cultural Studies
French
French Studies
Geography
German
Greek
History
Humanities
International Affairs (dual major)
Justice Studies (dual major)
Latin
Linguistics
Music

Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Russian
Sociology
Spanish
Theatre

Women’s Studies

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Bachelor of Music

Composition
Music Education
Performance
Preteaching

Bachelor of Science 

Neuroscience and Behavior

Animal Behavior
Integrative

 

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Bachelor of Arts

Chemistry
Earth Science Teaching
Earth Sciences
Mathematics
Physics
 

Bachelor of Science 

Applied Mathematics

Computation
Dynamics and Controls
Economics
Fluid Dynamics
Solid Mechanics and Vibrations

Bioengineering*
Chemical Engineering*

Chemistry*
Civil Engineering*
Computer Engineering*
Computer Science*

Earth Sciences*
Electrical Engineering*
Environmental Engineering*

Environmental Sciences*

Information Technology*
Mathematics*
Mathematics Education*

Mechanical Engineering*
Physics*

Statistics*

 

College of Health and Human Services

Bachelor of Science 

Athletic Training
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Family Studies
Health Management and Policy

Kinesiology

Nursing
Occupational Therapy
Recreation Management and Policy

Social Work
 

College of Life Sciences and Agriculture

Bachelor of Arts 

Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
Zoology

 

Bachelor of Science in Forestry 

Forestry*

Bachelor of Science 

Animal Science
 

Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology
Biology
Biomedical Science

Community and Environmental Planning
Environmental and Resource Economics
Environmental Conservation and Sustainability
Environmental Sciences*

Equine Studies

Genetics

International Affairs (Dual Major)
Marine, Estuarine, and Freshwater Biology
Neuroscience and Behavior

Animal Behavior
Integrative

Nutrition

Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
Tourism Planning and Development
Wildlife and Conservation Biology
Zoology

*Designated degree (the name of the specialization is on the diploma, e.g., B.S. in forestry).

 

Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics

Bachelor of Arts 

Economics

Bachelor of Science 

Business Administration

Economics
Hospitality Management

 

Thompson School of Applied Science

 Associate in Applied Science 

Applied Animal Science
Applied Business Management
Civil Technology
Community Leadership
Culinary Arts and Nutrition
Forest Technology
Horticultural Technology
Integrated Agriculture Management
Veterinary Technology

 

University of New Hampshire at Manchester

 Associate in Arts

General Studies

 Associate in Science

Biological Sciences
Business Administration

Bachelor of Arts

Biological Sciences
Business
Communication Arts
English
English Teaching
History
Humanities
Politics and Society
Psychology

Bachelor of Science

Computer Information Systems
Computer Science & Entrepreneurship
Electrical Engineering Technology
 

Computer Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology*
Sign Language Interpretation

 

Five-Year Accelerated Programs
Five-Year Master's of Information Technology
Five-Year Teacher's Education

Minors

Interdisciplinary Majors

 Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

EcoGastronomy
International Affairs
Justice Studies


Five-Year Degree Programs

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
European Cultural Studies
Humanities
Linguistics
Women’s Studies  

Bachelor of Science 

Environmental Sciences

Ecosystems
Hydrology
Soil and Watershed Management

Neuroscience and Behavior

Animal Behavior
Integrative

Minors

Students may earn a minor in any undergraduate discipline designated by the University. In addition, minors may be earned in the following interdisciplinary areas.

Interdisciplinary Minors

Adolescent and Youth Development
Africana and African American Studies
Agribusiness
Air Force Leadership Studies
American Studies
Animal Behavior
Architectural Studies
Asian Studies
Child Life
Cinema Studies
Coaching
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Studies
Disabilities
Environmental Engineering
Forensics
Gerontology
Green Real Estate
History and Philosophy of Science
Humanities
Hydrology
International Affairs
Justice Studies
Latin American Studies
Marine Biology
Materials Science
Ocean Engineering
Oceanography
Race, Culture, and Power
Religious Studies
Russian Studies
Sustainable Living
War and Peace Studies
Wetland Ecology
Women’s Studies
 

 

Advisory Committees

Prelaw
Premedical/Prehealth Care Professional
 

Accelerated Master’s – University of New Hampshire Seniors

Qualified senior students at the University of New Hampshire may be admitted to the Graduate School provided they have followed normal application procedures; they must have been admitted for the semester in which they wish to enroll in courses for graduate credit. A 3.20 cumulative grade-point average is normally required to be considered for admission to the accelerated master's program.

Such seniors are normally admitted prior to the start of their last undergraduate semester, but may be eligible to apply for admission to the first semester of their senior year. Seniors who have been admitted under early admission may register for a maximum of 12 credits of graduate-level courses prior to completing their bachelor's degree. Such courses may upon recommendation of the department and approval of the Graduate School count toward both a bachelor's and master's degree.

When seniors admitted to the accelerated master's program have registered for graduate courses, they must maintain a grade-point average of 3.20, complete their undergraduate degree as planned, and pass graduate courses taken for credit with a grade of B- or better. If these conditions are not met, admission is withdrawn.

Not all graduate programs participate; each program's faculty retain discretion regarding whether their program admits students under the accelerated master's program, as well as the maximum number of graduate credits permitted (not exceeding 12; e.g., some programs will accept one course, others two). Applicants are strongly encouraged to meet with the graduate coordinator in the program's faculty to discuss specifics.
Dual-credit forms must be completed and approved by the dean of the Graduate School at the beginning of the semester for which dual credit is sought.

Five-Year Degree Programs

Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education
Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Teaching
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
Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in Political Science
Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in Teaching

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 Public Administration
Master of Public Health
Master of Science for Teachers
Master of Social Work
Education Specialist
Doctor of Philosophy

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