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Undergraduate GSSP: Liberal Arts

The College of Liberal Arts at UNH offers opportunities for study in the humanities, social sciences, fine and performing arts, and education. UNH Global Student Success Program provides courses equivalent to the 1st year of your 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 420§ Finite Math 4
NAV 101 Integrated Learning Skills -
Total credits 12
Semester 2 Course title Credits
ESL 450* Academic English* 4
Elective course See elective courses list 4
Elective course See elective courses list 4
Total credits 12
Semester 3 Course title Credits
ENG 401A First Year Writing 4
Elective course See elective courses list 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 420§ Finite Math 4
Elective course See elective courses list 4
Elective course See elective courses list 4
NAV 101  Integrated Learning Skills -
Total credits 16
Semester 2 Course title Credits
Elective course See elective courses list 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)
  • 128 credit hours less 36 credit hours applied from Undergraduate GSSP = 92 credit hours remaining towards degree

Progression requirements:

  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 before final Undergraduate GSSP semester
  • Minimum 28 credits earned during Undergraduate GSSP

Elective courses:

  • CS 408– Living a Networked World
  • ECE 444 – Bionics: Technology from Nature
  • ECON 401 – Principles of Economics (Macro)
  • ECON 402 - Principles of Economics (Micro)
  • HIST 410 – Historical Survey of American Civilization
  • MATH 418 – Pre-Calculus†
  • MATH 425 - Calculus I
  • MATH 426 - Calculus II
  • 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. MATH 425 can be taken in place of MATH 420.

 

Fees

Year International Students

2018/19

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

 

Entry to Year 2 of Your Undergraduate Degree in Liberal Arts:

Bachelor of Arts

  • Anthropology
  • Art History
  • Art Studio
  • Classics with an option in:
    • Classical Languages and Literatures
    • Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations
    • Latin and Latin Teaching
  • Communication with an option in:
    • Business Applications
    • Media Studies
  • Educational Studies Dual Major
  • English
  • English/Journalism
  • English Literature
  • English Teaching
  • French
  • French Studies
  • Geography
  • German
  • History
  • Humanities
  • International Affairs Dual Major
  • Justice Studies Dual Major
  • Linguistics
  • Music with a mandatory option in:
    • Music Composition
    • Music Liberal Studies
    • Performance Study
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Russian
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Theatre with an option in:
    • Acting
    • Dance
    • Design and Theatre Technology
    • Musical Theatre
    • Secondary Theatre Education
    • Youth Drama
  • Women's Studies

Bachelor of Fine Arts

  • Fine Arts

Bachelor of Music

  • Composition
  • Music Education
  • Performance
  • Pre-Teaching

Bachelor of Science

  • Neuroscience and Behavior

 

Popular Careers for Graduates

  • Public Policy
  • Law
  • Journalism
  • Forensic Investigation
  • Healthcare
  • International Business
  • Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Public Affairs
  • Government
  • Finance
  • Education
  • Theatre
  • Politics