Accelerated Master's Program

Qualified students at the University of New Hampshire may be permitted to take graduate-level courses during their Senior year. Such students must follow normal application procedures and be admitted for the semester during which they wish to enroll in courses for graduate credit. To qualify, students must:


Five-Year Master of Science in Information Technology

The Master of Science in Information Technology (M.S. IT) program at UNH Manchester prepares students for a professional IT or computing-related career and for advanced studies in a computing discipline. Diligent students admitted to the Accelerated Master’s program can earn their M.S. IT in just five years.

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Five-Year Master of Education in Teaching

The UNH Teacher Education program is for current or prospective undergraduate students who are interested in becoming a teacher. This five-year program is an integrated undergraduate-graduate program culminating in a fifth year, year-long internship. Before the internship, students earn a bachelor's degree in one of our current undergraduate degree programs.

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Five-Year Master of Public Policy

The Master of Public Policy hones skills that today’s policy professionals need to succeed—analytical expertise, clear and compelling communications, and the tools of leadership. Students have the opportunity to complete a B.A. in Politics & Society and a Master of Public Policy in five years by taking graduate-level courses during their junior and/or senior years at UNH Manchester. The fifth year is spent the nationally acclaimed Carsey School of Public Policy on UNH’s main campus in Durham.

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