We Celebrate Learning as a Lifelong Process
Our degree programs are designed for working adults. We know that you’re balancing many personal and professional responsibilities. That’s why we offer flexible, fully online degree programs and select hybrid and in-person courses. With degrees in high-demand fields, classes that keep you engaged, regional accreditation, and faculty and staff who are dedicated to your success, you can feel confident that your education at the UNH College of Professional Studies will help you reach your unique goals.
With a variety of majors that are relevant to today’s workforce, finishing your bachelor’s degree will expand your professional opportunities. For aspiring educators, our bachelor’s degrees with teacher certification options prepare you to launch your career as a teacher.
Regardless of major, when you take advantage of transfer credit and prior learning, you may find that your degree is closer than you think.
Our master’s degrees offer a relevant and engaging curriculum taught by well-respected faculty members who are active in their disciplines.
Our associate degrees provide you with a strong educational foundation. You will build a solid academic base for continuing your education toward a bachelor’s degree.
We offer New Hampshire teaching certification for teachers at every level! Choose from undergraduate degrees that include teacher certification options, or explore our post-baccalaureate programs for initial and additional certifications, as well as advanced endorsements.
Programs leading to teacher certification or licensure are available to new students in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
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The purpose of the catalog is to provide students, advisors, faculty, staff, and administrators with a comprehensive document to view information about the college’s programs, degree requirements, courses, student services and policies. Information on individual departments is also included. Catalog describes policies, programs, and procedures that are in effect at the time of its preparation.
The 2022-2023 catalog applies to students attending the Fall 2022 semester, Spring 2023 semester, and Summer 2023. The College Catalog is updated each summer for the upcoming academic year.