We’re passionate about New Hampshire and we’re tackling its biggest challenges.
Environment & Energy
We work with over 5,000 businesses to develop the workforce they need to grow. We bring research and experts to communities, schools and hospitals so that they can better serve people across our state. We help elected leaders, nonprofits and families to connect with resources that improve life in New Hampshire.
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has expanded its ABET-accredited engineering technology program to include four-year bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering technology and mechanical engineering technology beginning in fall 2020.
“There is a growing workforce need for engineers, as well as an increase in students wanting to pursue engineering careers,” said Mike Decelle, dean of UNH Manchester. “In response to the academic and workforce demand, we are thrilled to offer our engineering technology programs to a wider group of students.”
UNH established engineering technology (ET) at its Durham campus in 1977, eventually moving the program to Manchester in 2001. Originally a two-plus-two program, ET was designed for students to earn an associate degree at a New Hampshire...
Questions about UNH programs, resources or opportunities? Instrumentation to invasive species, professional development to economic development – fill out the short form below and you’ll hear from us shortly.