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Undergraduate GSSP: Engineering and Physical Science

The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is a world class college with top-tier research in environmental science, space science and engineering programs. The UNH Global Student Success Program provides courses equivalent to the 1st year of a UNH bachelor's degree.

High School

 

Enter year 2 @ UNH

 

Location

Duration

Two or three semesters

Intakes

January, May, August

Program benefits:

  • University of New Hampshire student from day one
  • No SAT or ACT required for admission
  • Receive academic credits toward your UNH degree
  • Small class sizes and additional student support provided

Degree program components

Undergraduate GSSP: 3 semesters

Semester 1 Course title Credits
ESL 440* Bridge English* 8
MATH 425 Calculus I 4
NAV 101 Integrated Learning Skills -
Total credits 12
Semester 2 Course title Credits
ESL 450* Academic English* 4
MATH 426 Calculus II 4
Elective course See Elective courses list 4
Total credits 12
Semester 3 Course title Credits
ENG 401A First Year Writing 4
ECON 402 Principles of Economics (Micro) 4
Elective course See Elective courses list 4
Total credits 12
Total program credits 36

Undergraduate GSSP: 2 semesters

Semester 1 Course title Credits
ENGL401A§

First Year Writing 4
MATH 425§ Calculus I 4
ECON 402 Principles of Economics (Micro) 4
Elective course See elective courses list 4
NAV 101  Integrated Learning Skills -
Total credits 16
Semester 2 Course title Credits
MATH 426 Calculus II 4
Elective course See Elective courses list 4
Elective course See Elective courses list
Elective course See Elective courses list  4
Total credits 16
Total program credits 32

Program information

Entrance requirements:

  • Refer to Academic and English entrance requirements (www.unhglobal.com/admissions-requirements)
  • Up to 133 credit hours less 36 credit hours applied from Undergraduate GSSP = 97 credit hours to complete degree

Progression requirements:

  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 before final Undergraduate GSSP semester
  • No grade lower than C in Math 425
  • Minimum 28 credits earned during Undergraduate GSSP

Elective courses (choose two)

  • CS 408– Living a Networked World
  • ECE 444 – Bionics: Technology from Nature
  • ECON 401 – Principles of Economics (Macro)
  • HIST 410 – Historical Survey of American Civilization
  • MATH 418 – Pre-Calculus†
  • MUSI 405 – Survey of Music in America
  • PHYS 405 – Intro to Modern Astronomy
  • POLT 401 – Politics and Society

*These courses are required for students who do not meet the prerequisite for ENG 401A.
† For students who do not meet the math prerequisite for Calculus I.

§ Courses may vary depending on student's math & English placement test results.

 

Fees

Year International Students

2018/19

One Year Tuition (2 or 3 Semesters) - $29,927

 

Entry to Year 2 of Your Undergraduate Degree in Engineering or Physical Science:

Bachelor of Arts

  • Chemistry
  • Earth Sciences
  • Earth Science Teaching
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

Bachelor of Science

  • Applied Mathematics
    • Computation
    • Dynamics and Controls
    • Economics
    • Fluid Dynamics
    • Solid Mechanics and Vibrations
  • Bioengineering
  • Chemical Engineering with an option in:
    • Bioengineering
    • Energy
    • Environmental Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science with an option in:
    • Bioinformatics
  • Earth Sciences
    • Climate Science
    • Geology
    • Geophysics
    • Oceanography
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering with an option in:
    • Municipal Process
  • Environmental Sciences with an option in:
    • Hydrology
  • Information Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics Education with a mandatory option in:
    • Elementary
    • Middle/Junior High
    • Secondary
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Ocean Engineering
  • Physics with an option in:
    • Astronomy
    • Chemical Physics
    • Material Science
  • Statistics

 

Popular Careers for Graduates

  • Energy Engineering
  • Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Pollution Abatement
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Storm Water Management
  • Astronomy
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Aerospace
  • Plastics Engineering