Manchester Community College Pathways

We've created curriculum maps that outline the course sequence you should follow at MCC for seamless transfer into one of these bachelor's degree programs at UNH Manchester:

Specific Degree Pathways

Biological Sciences Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH Manchester. This curriculum map will help you turn your A.S. in Life Sciences into a B.A. in Biological Sciences at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
FYE 100 – MCC Essentials No transfer credit
ENGL 110 - College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
BIOL 108 – College Biology I BIOL 413 - Principles of Biology I
PSYC 110 – Introduction to Psychology Discovery social science course
HIS 202 – US History Thru 1870 or HIST 204 – US History-1870-Present Discovery historical perspective course
ENGL 120 - College Composition II Elective credit
PHIL 240 – Ethics Discovery humanities course
BIOL 109 - College Biology II BIOL 414 - Principles of Biology II
Discover approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course
CHEM 115 - Chemistry I CHEM 403 - General Chemistry I
BIOL 110 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Elective credit
BIOL 201 - Genetics GEN 604 - Principles of Genetics
MATH 171 - Pre-Calculus MATH 418 – Analysis & Appl of Functions or Major requirement
CHEM 116 – Chemistry II CHEM 404 – General Chemistry II
BIOL 120 – Human Anatomy and Physiology II Elective credit
BIOL 210 – Microbiology1 BMS 503/504 – General Microbiology
CHEM 205 - Biochemistry BCMB 658/659 - General Biochemistry
BIOL 220 – Pathophysiology Elective credit
LSCI 299 – Liberal Arts/ Life Science Capstone Elective credit

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill UNH’s Discovery Program requirements at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the MCC accordion under “General Education.”
1. BIOL 210 – Microbiology must have been taken fall 2014 or later
Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

If you have enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at MCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • BIOL 541 – General Ecology
  • 600/700-level Biological Concentration – four courses
  • Capstone (Internship, Research orIndependent Study)
  • BSCI 701 – Senior Seminar
  • PSYC402 – Statistics in Psychology (fulfill discovery quantitative reasoning course)

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery world cultures course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*
  • Two semesters of an introductory foreign language**

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

** Students can fulfill the foreign language requirement by: A) Completing one full year of introductory-level courses in any foreign language, including American Sign Language, as long as they did not study the language for 2 or more years in high school, or B) Completing one semester of an intermediate- or advanced-level foreign language course.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Biotechnology Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH Manchester. This curriculum map will help you turn your A.S. in Life Sciences into a B.S. in Biotechnology at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
FYE 100 – MCC Essentials No transfer credit
ENGL 110 – College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
BIOL 108 - College Biology I1 BIOL 413 - Principles of Biology I
PSYC 110 - Introduction to Psychology  CHEM 403 - General Chemistry I
CHEM 115 – Chemistry I2 CHEM 403 – General Chemistry I
MATH 171 - Pre-Calculus OR MATH 204 - Calculus I Elective credit or Discovery quantitative reasoning course
Discovery-approved history course Discovery historical perspectives course
Discovery-approved fine arts course Discovery fine and performing arts course
BIOL 109 – College Biology II BIOL 414 - Principles of Biology II
BIOL 110 – Human Anatomy and Physiology I Elective credit
BIOL 120 – Human Anatomy and Physiology II Elective credit
CHEM 116 – Chemistry II CHEM 404 - General Chemisty II
ENGL 120 - College Composition II Elective credit
PHIL 240 - Ethics Discovery humanities course
BIOL 210 - Mircobiology 3 BMS 503/504 - General Microbiology 
BIOL 220 - Pathophysiology Elective credit
LSCI 229 - Life Science Capstone Elective credit

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill requirements for UNH’s Discovery Program at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the GBCC accordion under “General Education.”

  1. This course fulfills requirements for both Discovery biological science and Biotechnology major at UNH Manchester.
  2. This course fulfills requirements for both Discovery physical science and Biotechnology major at UNHManchester.
  3. This course must have been taken Fall 2014 orlater.
IF YOU HAVE ENROLLED IN THE NH DUAL ADMISSION PROGRAM AND/OR PLAN TO FINISH YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE AT MCC, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT UNH MANCHESTER TO RECEIVE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • CHEM 651/653 - Organic Chemistry/Lab
  • CHEM 652/654 – Organic Chemistry II/Lab
  • BCMB 658/659 – Biochemistry/Biochemistry Lab (writing intensive)
  • BSCI 501 – Ethical Issues in Biology (writing intensive)
  • Five advanced Biology 600/700 courses (at least one from each of three groups and one intensive writing course)
  • PHYS 401 – Introduction to Physics or PHYS 407 – General Physics I
  • PSYC 402 – Statisticsin Psychology
  • MATH 424B – Calculus for Life Sciences or MATH 425 – Calculus I (if not already completed)
  • BSCI 701 – Senior Seminar (1credit)
  • Capstone (Research, Internship or Independent Study)

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery quantitative reasoning course
  • Discovery environmental,technology andsociety course
  • Discovery world cultures course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Business Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH Manchester. This curriculum map will help you turn your A.S. in Accounting into a B.A. in Business/Accounting Option at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ACCT 113 – Accounting & Financial Reporting I [1] Elective credit
BUS 114 - Management  Elective credit
CIS 110 - Microsoft Computer Applications I Elective credit
MATH 145 - Topics in Applied College Mathematics No transfer credit
FYE 100 – MCC Essentials No transfer credit 
ACCT 123 – Accounting and Financial Reporting II1 BUS 532 – Intro Financial Accounting
BUS 212 – Business Law I Elective credit
ECON 134 – Macroeconomics ECN 411 - Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
MATH 202 – Probability and Statistics MATH 439 – Statistical Discovery for Everyone*
Business elective Elective credit
ACCT 123 – Cost Accounting I BUS 533 - Introduction to Managerial Accounting 
ACCT 216 – Software Systems Applications Elective credit
ACCT 220 – Intermediate Accounting I2 Elective credit
ACCT 243 – Federal Income Taxes – Individual BUS 535 - Federal Taxation
PHIL 240 - Ethics Discovery humanities course
ACCT 221 - Intermediate Accounting II2 BUS 603– Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT 222 – Intermediate Accounting III3 BUS 615 – Intermediate Financial Accounting II
BUS 210 – Organizational Communications BUS 640 – Business Communication and Conflict
Discovery-approved science or environment, technology and society elective Discovery biological or physical science or environment, technology and society course

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill requirements for UNH’s Discovery Program at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the MCC accordion under “General Education.”

*Fulfills the Discovery quantitative reasoning course requirement.

  1. Major credit when paired with ACCT 123 for BUS 532. Students must earn a C or better in ACCT 113 and ACCT 123 to earn credit for BUS 532.
  2. Major credit when paired with ACCT 221 for BUS 603. Students must earn a C or better in ACCT 220 and ACCT 221 to earn credit for BUS 603.
  3. Major credit when paired with ACCT 220 and ACCT 221 for BUS 615. Students must earn a C or better in ACCT 220, ACCT 221 and ACCT 222 for BUS 615.

Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

If you have enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at MCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • ENGL 595 – Literary Topics (Business Communication)
  • BUS 400 – Introduction to Business
  • BUS 430 – Introduction to Business Statistics
  • BUS 675 – Special Topics in Business Administration (Microsoft Business Applications)
  • MATH 420 – Finite Mathematics or MATH 425 – Calculus I
  • BUS 601 – Financial Management
  • BUS 610 – Marketing Principles and Applications
  • BUS 620 – Organizational Behavior*
  • BUS 690 – Business Program Internship or BUS 691 – VITA Internship
  • BUS 715 – Forensic Accounting or BUS 725 – Financial Statement Analysis
  • BUS 720 – Auditing
  • BUS 705 – Business Ethics
  • BUS 750 – Business Internship Seminar or BUS 760 – Applied Senior Project Senior Seminar

Select one of the following:

  • COMP 405 – Introduction to Internet and Web Authoring
  • COMP 415 – Mobile Computing First and For Most
  • COMP 425 – Introduction to Programming
  • COMP 430 – Systems Fundamentals

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological or physical science course
  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery fine and performing arts course
  • Discovery social science course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill the remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*
  • Two semesters of an introductory foreign language**

*NOTE: BUS 216M - Organizational Behavior transfers to UNH Manchester as equivalent to BUS 620 - Organizational Behavior.

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, whichmust include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

** Students can fulfill the foreign language requirement by: A) Completing one full year of introductory-level courses in any foreign language, including American Sign Language, as long as they did not study the language for 2 or more years in high school, or B) Completing one semester of an intermediate- or advanced-level foreign language course.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Business Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH Manchester. This curriculum map will help you turn your A.S. in Business Management into a B.A. in Business with a concentration in management or human resources at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ACCT 113 – Accounting I1 Elective credit
BUS 114 - Management  Elective credit
CIS 110 - Microsoft Computer Applications I Elective credit
ENGL 110 – College Composition Discovery writing skill course
FYE 100 – MCC Essentials No transfer credit 
ACCT 123 – Accounting and Financial Reporting II1 BUS 532 – Intro Financial Accounting
BUS 212 – Business Law I BUS 550 - Business Law2 
ECON 134 – Macroeconomics ECN 411 - Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
MATH 202 – Probability and Statistics Discovery quantitative reasoning course
Discovery biological or physical science elective Discovery biological or physical science elective
BUS 124 – Small Business Management BUS management concentration
BUS 224 – Human Resource Management BUS 455 – Human Resource Management3
ECON 135 – Microeconomics ECN 412 – Microeconomics
MKTG 125 – Principles of Marketing4 BUS elective credit
PHIL 240 - Ethics Discovery humanities course
BUS 210 – Organizational Communications BUS 640 – Business Communication and Conflict3
BUS 221 – Business Finance BUS elective
MKTG 282 – Marketing Research4 BUS 610 – Marketing Principles and Applications
BUS 110 – Introduction to Business BUS 400 – Introduction to Business
ENG 202 – Introduction to Drama Discovery fine and performing arts course

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill requirements for UNH’s Discovery Program at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the MCC accordion under “General Education.”

  1. Students must take ACCT 113and ACCT 123at MCC to fulfill BUS 532 – Introduction to Financial Accounting at UNH Manchester
  2. BUS 550 – Business Law counts towards the Management concentration in UNH Manchester’s Business program.
  3. BUS 455 – Human Resources Management and BUS 640 – Business Communication and Conflict count towards the Human Resources concentration in UNH Manchester’s Business program.
  4. Students must take MKTG 125and MKTG 282 at MCC to fulfill BUS 610– Marketing Principles and Applications at UNH Manchester

Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

If you have enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at MCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • BUS 430 – Introduction to Business Statistics
  • BUS 533 – Intro to Managerial Accounting
  • BUS 601 – Financial Management
  • COMP 510 – Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems
  • MATH 420 – Finite Math
  • BUS 620 – Organizational Behavior (BUS 216M transfers to UNH Manchester as equivalent to BUS 620)
  • BUS 705 – Business Ethics
  • BUS 750 – Business Internship Seminar or BUS 760 – Applied Senior Project Senior Seminar
  • Three BUS concentration courses

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological or physical science course
  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery social science course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill the remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*
  • Two semesters of an introductory foreign language**

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, whichmust include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

** Students can fulfill the foreign language requirement by: A) Completing one full year of introductory-level courses in any foreign language, including American Sign Language, as long as they did not study the language for 2 or more years in high school, or B) Completing one semester of an intermediate- or advanced-level foreign language course.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Computer Information Systems Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH Manchester. This curriculum map will help yo

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
CIS 105 - Introduction to Computer Science COMP 430 - System Fundamentals
ENGL 110 - College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
MATH 155 - College Algebra with Trigonometry No transfer credit
FYE 100 - MCC Essentials No transfer credit
CIS 107 – Introduction to Android Apps Development1 or CIS 108 – Introduction to Windows Apps Development1 Elective credit 
CIS 113 - Database Design & Management Using SQL2 Elective credit
MATH 171 - Pre-Calculs Elective credit
ENGL 113 - Introduction to Public Speaking Elective credit
CIS 118, 122, 148, or 158 - Programming Language elective3 Elective credit
Discovery approved social science elective Discovery social science course
CIS 126 - Data Structures and Elementary Algorithms4 COMP 525 - Data Structures Fundamentals
MATH 170 - Discrete Mathematics COMP 500 - Discrete Structures
ENGL 206 - Professional Communication Elective credit
CIS 233 - Oracle Database Administration I2 COMP 520 - Database Design and Development
CIS 124 - Web Programming1 Elective credit
CIS 291 - Capstone Senior Seminar Elective credit
PHYS 210 - University Physics I Discovery physical science course
CIS 220 - Object-Oriented Programming3 COMP 425 - Computing Fundamentals
Discovery approved biological science elective Discovery biological science/DLAB course

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill UNH’s Discovery Program requirements at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the MCC accordion under “General Education.”

  1. Major credit when paired with CIS 124for COMP 405. Students must earn a C or better in both CIS 107or CIS 108 and CIS 124to earn credit for COMP 405.
  2. Major credit when paired with CIS 233for COMP 520. Students must earn a C or better in both CIS 113 and CIS 233 to earn credit for COMP 520.
  3. Major credit when paired with CIS 220 for COMP 425. Students must earn a C or better in both CIS 118, 122, 148 or 158 to earn credit for COMP 425.
  4. Major credit when paired with CIS 210 for COMP 525. Students must earn a C or better in both CIS 126 and CIS 210to earn credit for COMP 525.

Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

If you have enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at MCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 530 – Machine and Network Architecture
  • COMP 550 –Networking Concepts
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age (also fulfills Discovery humanities course)
  • COMP 730 – Object-Oriented Software Development
  • COMP 715 – Information Security
  • COMP 690 – Internship Experience (4 credits)
  • COMP 790 – Capstone Project
  • UMST 582 – Internship and Career Planning Seminar (1 credit)
  • Three major elective courses

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery fine and performing arts course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*
  • Two semesters of an introductory foreign language**

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Mechanical Engineering Technology Dual Admission

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Dual Admissions Agreement that allows you to be jointly admitted to both MCC and UNH Manchester. We make it easy with one application form, one admission process and one application fee.

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ADMT 110 – Manufacturing Processes ET 411 – Manufacturing and Materials Processing
ADMT 112 – Introduction to Engineering Design & Solid Modeling ET 405 – Engineering Design
ADMT 115 – Engineering Print Reading Elective credit
ADMT 118 – Electrical Fundamentals for Manufacturing ET 502 – Measurement and Control
MATH 155 – College Algebra with Trigonometry No transfer credit
MATH 204* – Calculus I (for Mechatronics Pathway) MATH 425 – Calculus I Discovery Quantitative Reasoning course
FYE 100 – First Year Cornerstone No transfer credit
ADMT 120 – Electrical Motor Controls and PLCs for Manufacturing Elective credit
ADMT 135 – Basic Machining Practices Elective credit
MATH 171 – Pre-Calculus MATH 418 – Analysis & Applications of Functions
MATH 214* – Calculus II (for Mechatronics Pathway) MATH 426 – Calculus II
PHYS 135 – College Physics I Discovery physical science/DLAB course Fulfills Major Physics I requirement
ENGL 110 – College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
ADMT 210 – Manufacturing Systems I Elective credit
ADMT 220 – Material Science ET 505 – Material Science
ROBO 210 – Robotic Processes (for Robotics Pathway) Elective credit
PHYS 136 – College Physics II Fulfills Major Physics II requirement
Discovery-approved fine arts course Discovery fine and performing arts course
ADMT 240 – Manufacturing Systems II Elective credit
Business elective Elective credit
Discovery-approved social science course Elective Credit

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill UNH’s Discovery Program requirements at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the MCC accordion under “General Education.”

* Students transferring to the Mechanical Engineering Technology program at UNH Manchester must follow the Mechatronics Pathway: MATH 204, MATH 214, ADMT 225, and ADMT 230.

Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

If you have enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at MCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • CHEM 405 – Chemical Principles for Engineers
  • COMP 424 – Applied Computing 1: Foundations of Programming
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age*
  • ECN 411 – Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
  • ET 529 – Introduction to Thermodynamics
  • ET 550 – Dynamics and Machine Design I
  • ET 560 – Machine Design II
  • ET 625 – Technical Communications
  • ET 635 – Fluid Technology and Heat Transfer
  • ET 641 – Production Systems
  • ET 644 – MET Concepts in Design and Analysis
  • ET 645 – Fluid Technology and Heat Transfer II
  • ET 674 – Control Systems and Components
  • ET 675 – Electrical Technology
  • ET 751 – Mechanical Engineering Technology Project**
  • ET 781 – Automation Engineering

* Fulfills Discovery humanities requirement
** ET 751 is a two-semester Senior Capstone Project

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological science course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery fine and performing arts course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*
  • Two semesters of an introductory foreign language**

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Psychology Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH Manchester. This curriculum map will help you turn your A.A. in Behavioral Science into a B.A. in Psychology at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
PSYC 110 – Introduction to Psychology PSYC 401 – Introduction to Psychology
FYE 100 - MCC Essentials No transfer credit
ENGL 110 - College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
Mathematics elective Elective credit
Discovery approved humanities or fine arts elective Discovery humanities or fine and performing arts course
SOCI 110 - Introduction to Sociology Discovery social science course
PSYC 210 - Human Growth and Development PSYC 581 - Child Development
Discovery approved history elective Discovery historical perspectives course
ENGL 113 - Introduction to Public Speaking Elective credit
Discovery approved physical science elective  Discovery physical science course
PSYC 215 -  Abnormal Psychology PSYC 561 - Abnormal Behaviour
PSYC 220 - Adult Development PSYC 582 - Adult Development and Aging
MATH 202 - Probability and Statistics Discovery quantitative reasoning course
LBSC 299 - Behavior Science Capstone Elective credit
SOCI 250 - Multiculturalism Elective credit
PSYC 225 - Social Psychology PSYC 552 - Social Psychology
ENGL 220 - College Composition II Elective credit
Discovery-approved life science Lab elective Discovery biological science course

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill UNH’s Discovery Program requirements at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the MCC accordion under “General Education.”

If you have enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at MCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • PSYC 402 – Psychology Statistics
  • PSYC 502 – Research Methods
  • PSYC 500-level course – Group I (two courses)
  • PSYC 700-level course – Group I (two courses)
  • PSYC 500 Group I: PSYC 511, 512, 513, 521, 522, 531
  • PSYC 700 Group I: PSYC 702, 705, 710, 712, 713, 720, 722, 731, 733, 735, 737, 741A-D
  • PSYC 700 Group II: PSYC 702, 705, 755, 756, 758, 762, 763, 765, 771, 780, 783, 785, 791A-G, 793

Students may need additional credits in psychology to fulfill the 44-credit requirement in the major at UNH Manchester.

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery world cultures course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*
  • Two semesters of an introductory foreign language**

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

** Students can fulfill the foreign language requirement by: A) Completing one full year of introductory-level courses in any foreign language, including American Sign Language, as long as they did not study the language for 2 or more years in high school, or B) Completing one semester of an intermediate- or advanced-level foreign language course.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Psychology Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Manchester Community College to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH Manchester. This curriculum map will help you turn your A.A. in Human Services into a B.A. in Psychology at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at MCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
HSV 111 – Introduction to Human Services Elective credit
HSV 116 – Professional Seminar I Elective credit
PSYC 110 – Introduction to Psychology PSYC 401 – Introduction to Psychology
ENGL 110 – College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
FYE 100 – MCC Essentials No transfer credit
HSV 114 – Assessment and Planning Elective credit
HSV 117 – Professional Seminar II Elective credit
HSV Technical elective Elective credit
SOCI 110 – Introduction to Sociology Discovery social science course
MATH 145 – Quantitative Reasoning  No transfer credit
SV 212 – Interpersonal Dynamics Elective credit
HSV 218 – Professional Seminar III Elective credit
HSV Technical elective Elective credit
PSYC 210 – Human Growth and Development Elective credit
BIOL 106/1096 – Human Body/Lab Elective credit
HSV 219 – Professional Seminar IV Elective credit
HSV Technical elective Elective credit
SOCI 250 – Multiculturalism Elective credit
BIOL 150/151 – Nutrition/Lab Elective credit
Discovery-approved humanities or fine arts elective Discovery humanities or fine and performing arts course

NOTE: Download the list of MCC courses that fulfill UNH’s Discovery Program requirements at manchester.unh.edu/pathways in the MCC accordion under “General Education.”

If you have enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at MCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • PSYC 402 – Psychology Statistics
  • PSYC 502 – Research Methods
  • PSYC 500-level course – Group I (two courses)
  • PSYC 700-level course – Group I (two courses)
    • One 700-level course must be designated as a Capstone
       
  • PSYC 500 Group I: PSYC 511, 512, 513, 521, 522, 531
  • PSYC 700 Group I: PSYC 702, 705, 710, 712, 713, 720, 722, 731, 733, 735, 737, 741A-D
  • PSYC 700 Group II: PSYC 702, 705, 755, 756, 758, 762, 763, 765, 771, 780, 783, 785, 791A-G, 793

Students may need additional credits in psychology to fulfill the 44-credit requirement in the major at UNH Manchester.

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery quantitative reasoning course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery physical science course
  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery humanities or fine and performing arts course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill remainder of credits required for bachelor’s degree (128 total)
  • University writing requirement*
  • Two semesters of an introductory foreign language**

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – First Year Writing (or equivalent transfer English composition course) and three additional writing-intensive courses, one in the student’s major and one at the 600-level or above.

** Students can fulfill the foreign language requirement by: A) Completing one full year of introductory-level courses in any foreign language, including American Sign Language, as long as they did not study the language for 2 or more years in high school, or B) Completing one semester of an intermediate- or advanced-level foreign language course.

Please also note:

  • UNH Manchester accepts a maximum of 72 credits in transfer from 2-year institutions. Only courses completed with a grade of C or better will be accepted as transfer credits.
  • Students must earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.50 at MCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.
TRANSFER CREDIT DATABASE

The Transfer Credit Database is an interactive application that allows students to view how courses at other institutions have transferred into the University of New Hampshire. The information provided in the Transfer Credit Database is constantly being updated and does not substitute for an official evaluation of transfer credit by the Office of the Registrar or the Office of Admissions.

The Transfer Credit Database is not a substitute for the transfer credit prior approval process.

ACCESS THE TRANSFER CREDIT DATABASE