PAUL

Deborah Merrill-Sands, Dean, deborah.merrill-sands@unh.edu, 603-862-1983

Neil Niman, Associate Dean for Academic Programs, Neil.Niman@unh.edu, 603-862-1981

Tamara Rury, Director of Undergraduate Programs
Ashley Lapp, Melissa Beecher- Academic Counselors
Lisa Pappajohn - Academic Counselor and InterCollege Transfer Coordinator
Sean Stewart - Fire Program Coordinator
Lauren Cunningham - International Student Assistant

paulcollege.advising@unh.edu, 10 Garrison Ave, Suite 101, 603-862-3885

Major Declaration/Application Rule

Business Administration

  • Overall GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Paul College GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Complete or be enrolled in at least two Paul College courses (ECON 401, ECON 402, ADMN 420, ADMN 400, ADMN 502, ADMN 503, ADMN 410)
  • Complete MATH 422, MATH 420, MATH 424A/B, or MATH 425 with a passing grade
  • Attend a mandatory application meeting
  • Complete application (provided to students during application meeting)

Deadline: Mandatory application meetings and application deadlines are once a semester, generally the week before finals.

How to Apply: https://paulcollege.unh.edu/inter-college-transfer-student-information

Analytical Economics (BS)

  • Overall GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Paul College GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Complete or be enrolled in at least two Paul College courses (ECON 401, ECON 402, ECON 565, ECON 605 or ECON 606, ECON 611, ADMN 410, ADMN 420)
  • Complete MATH 424A, MATH 424B, or MATH 425 with a passing grade
  • Attend a mandatory application meeting
  • Complete application (provided to students during application meeting)

Deadline: Mandatory application meetings and application deadlines are once a semester, generally the week before finals.

How to Apply: https://paulcollege.unh.edu/inter-college-transfer-student-information

Economics (BA)

  • Overall GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • Complete ECON 401 and ECON 402 with a B- or above
  • Acceptance is only for Economics Bachelor of Arts Program, to declare a Bachelor of Science in Paul College students must apply.
  • If you have any questions about eligibility based on prior completed transfer courses, please contact Tamara Rury (tamara.rury@unh.edu)

Deadline: Students meeting the eligibility criteria can change their major at any time except November, April and June. 

Hospitality Management

  • Overall GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Paul College GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Complete or be enrolled in at least two Paul College courses (HMGT 401, HMGT 405, HMGT 554, ECON 401, ADMN 420, ADMN 502)
  • Complete MATH 422, MATH 420, MATH 424A/B, or MATH 425 with a passing grade
  • Attend a mandatory application meeting
  • Complete application (provided to students during application meeting)

Deadline: Mandatory application meetings and application deadlines are once a semester, generally the week before finals.

How to Apply: https://paulcollege.unh.edu/inter-college-transfer-student-information

Undeclared

No internal transfer option. Students should speak with their advisor for other options.

Transfer Credit

  • Check here to see if transfer credit from another school has been evaluated to count for Paul College.
  • If the course is not listed, contact Paul College to have your course evaluated by emailing paulcollege.advising@unh.edu

Information Meetings

Paul College holds information meetings 3 times each semester for current 4-year degree students. Students considering a major in Paul College should attend one of these meetings to understand the majors and requirements of transferring. Meeting dates, times and locations are listed on the Paul College Undergraduate Programs website. If students have more in-depth questions they may meet individually with Lisa Pappajohn from 10:30-12noon on Fridays. Please refer students to the Undergraduate Programs and Advising Office to schedule an appointment.

Eligibility requirements are reviewed annually and can change from year to year. UNH-Manchester students and Thompson School students have a different application process and should speak with the advisor at their school regarding applying to Paul College.

Declaring a Bachelor of Science major in the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics (Business Administration, Hospitality Management, Analytical Economics)

All information on the inter-college transfer process can be found here: https://paulcollege.unh.edu/inter-college-transfer-student-information

Students are required to attend an Intercollege Transfer Application Meeting if they plan to apply to Paul College for the following semester.  At the meeting, applications, other materials and information are distributed.  Eligibility requirements are reviewed yearly and may change from year to year.

Additional Paul College policies and information

EREC 411: If accepted into the major, Paul College will allow students who previously took EREC 411 to substitute it for ECON 402. However, EREC 411 is not a Paul College course and cannot count as one of the two courses that must be taken in order to be eligible to apply. Students cannot recieve credit for both EREC 411 and ECON 402.

Before taking ADMN 420: 

  • Students must complete their quantitative reasoning requirement (Complete MATH 422, MATH 420, MATH 424A/B, or MATH 425 with a passing grade or have equivalent transfer course or IB/AB credit).
  • Students must complete ADMN 403 prior to enrolling in ADMN 420.
  • Note: The UNH-Manchester course ADM 430 is not accepted as ADMN 420.

ACFI 501, MKTG 550, MGT 580, MGT 598 and MKTG 598:

  • Students interested in transferring into ADMN or HMGT should not take these courses, they are designed to count towards the minor options.

Course Repeat Rule:

  • A grade of C- or better is required in all Paul College courses.
  • A maximum of two Paul College courses may be repeated (this includes ADMN 403 even though it is a CR/F course), and each course may be repeated at most one time.

Competency Exam: Accounting

Transfer students should contact Paul College Undergraduate Programs and Advising Office if they have successfully completed a financial or managerial accounting course at another school. Based on the previous institution, some students may be given the opportunity to take an accounting competency exam.