Nashua Community College Pathways

We've partnered with community colleges in New Hampshire and Massachusetts to develop curriculum guides that show you how your community college courses will transfer into UNH Manchester. Whether you've earned a handful of credits or an entire associate degree, these guides are designed to eliminate the transfer headache by outlining the community college courses that will fulfill requirements for UNH's Discovery Program (general education) and specific bachelor's degree programs at UNH Manchester.

Analytics and Data Science Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Nashua 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 Foundations in Data Analytics into a B.S. in Analytics and Data Science at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
CSCI 106 – Introduction to Software Elective credit
MATH 106 – Statistics I [1] Discovery quantitative reasoning
BUS 101 – Introduction to Business BUS 400 – Introduction to Business
MATH 210 – Calculus I MATH 425 – Calculus I
CSCI 207 – Database Design & Management [2] COMP 520 – Database Design & Management
CSCI 230 – Advanced Programming Using C++ [3] Elective credit
ENGL 122 - Technical Writing ENG 502 - Technical Writing
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course
MATH 211 – Calculus II MATH 426 – Calculus II
CSCI 278 – Data Structures Using C++ [3] COMP 525 – Data Structures Fundamentals
Discovery-approved humanities or fine arts elective Discovery humanities or fine and performing arts course
MATH 215 – Linear Algebra MATH 545 – Introduction to Linear Algebra or MATH 645 – Linear Algebra for Applications

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

1. Major credit when paired with MATH 206 for COMP 490. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both MATH 106 and MATH 206 to earn credit for COMP 490.
2. Major credit when paired with CSCI 207 for COMP 520. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both CSCI 140 and CSCI 207 to earn credit for COMP 520.
3. Major credit when paired with CSCI 278 for COMP 525. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both CSCI 230 and CSCI 278 to earn credit for COMP 525.

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

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

Major Course Requirements:

  • MATH 739 – Applied Regression
  • COMP 430 – System Fundamentals
  • COMP 525 – Data Structures Fundamentals
  • DATA 674 – Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics I
  • DATA 675 – Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics II
  • DATA 757 – Big Data
  • BUS 453 – Leadership for Managers
  • BUS 620 – Organizational Behavior
  • USMT 599 – Professional Development Seminar (1 credit)
  • DATA 690 – Internship Experience (4 credits)
  • DATA 790 – 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 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*

* 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 NCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Biological Sciences Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Nashua 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 Biological Sciences into a B.A. in Biological Sciences at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
BIOL 107 – Principles of Biology I [1] BIOL 413 – Principles of Biology I
CHEM 130 – General Chemistry I [2] CHEM 403 – General Chemistry I
ENGL 101 – College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
MATH 120 – Pre-Calculus* MATH 418 – Analysis & Applications of Functions
BIOL 108 – Principles of Biology II BIOL 414 - Principles of Biology II
CHEM 131 – General Chemistry II CHEM 404 - General Chemistry II
Discovery-approved humanities elective Discovery humanities course
MATH 106 – Statistics I [3] PSYC 402 - Statistics in Psychology 
BIOL 215 - Microbiology BMS 503/504 - General Microbiology
BIOL 220 - Ecology  BIOL 541 - General Ecology
PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology [4] PSYC 401 - Introduction to Psychology
Discovery approved history elective Discovery historical perspective course
ENGL 214 - College Composition II Elective credit
Social science elective or SOC 120 - Enviorment, Tech and Society Discovery environment, technology and society course
Discovery approved fine arts elective  Discovery fine and performing arts course
BIOL 270 – Advanced Topics in Biology [5]

BSCI 670 – Clinical Pathophysiology**

BIOL 230 – Genetics GEN 604 - Principles

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

* Taking a higher math is recommended for students who test into MATH 210 – Calculus I. MATH 210 transfers as equivalent to MATH 425 – Calculus I.
** Meets one (1) of four (4) self-designed concentration courses.

1. Fulfills requirements for both the Discovery Program (biological science) and the Biological Sciences major at UNH Manchester.
2. Fulfills requirements for both the Discovery Program (physical science) and the Biological Sciences major at UNH Manchester.
3. Fulfills the Discovery quantitative reasoning course requirement.
4. Fulfills the Discovery social science course requirement.
5. BIOL 205N – Basic Pathophysiology is recommended. Other advanced topic courses are pending review.

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 nCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • 600/700-level Biological concentration – four courses
  • BSCI 701 – Senior Seminar
  • Capstone (Internship, Research or Independent Study) Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery environment, technology and society 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 NCC 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 Nashua 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 Biological Sciences into a B.S. in Biotechnology at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
BIOL 107 – Principles of Biology I [1] BIOL 413 – Principles of Biology I
CHEM 130 – General Chemistry I [2] CHEM 403 – General Chemistry I
ENGL 101 – College Composition I Discovery writing skills course
MATH 150 -  Pre-Calculus* MATH 418 – Analysis & Applications of Functions
BIOL 108 – Principles of Biology II BIOL 414 – Principles of Biology II
CHEM 131 – General Chemistry II CHEM 404 – General Chemistry II
Discovery-approved humanities elective Discovery humanities course
MATH 106 – Statistics I [3] PSYC 402 – Statistics in Psychology
BIOL 215 – Microbiology BMS 503/504 – General Microbiology
BTEC 205 - Bioethics [4] or PHYS 130 - Physics I BSCI 501 - Ethical Issues in Biology
PHYS 401 - Introduction to Physics I
PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology [5] PSYC 401 - Intorduction to Psychology 
Discovery approved history elective Discovery historical perspectives course
Discovery approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and perofrming arts course
BIOL 270 - Advanced Topics in Biology [6] BSCI 670 - Clinical Pathophysiology**
BIOL 230 - Genetics GEN 604 - Principles

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

* Taking a higher math is recommended forstudents who test into MATH 210 – Calculus I. MATH 210 transfers as equivalent to MATH 425 – Calculus I and satisfies the Biotechnology program math requirement.
** Comes in as an advanced biology course.

1. Fulfills requirements for both the Discovery Program (biological science/DLAB) and the Biological Sciences major at UNH Manchester.
2. Fulfills requirements for both the Discovery Program (physical science/DLAB) and the Biological Sciences major at UNH Manchester.
3. Fulfills the Discovery quantitative reasoning course requirement.
4. Fulfills the Discovery environment, technology and society course requirement.
5. Fulfills the Discovery social science course requirement.
6. BIOL 205N – Basic Pathophysiology is recommended. Other advanced topic courses are pending review

IF YOU HAVE ENROLLED IN THE NH DUAL ADMISSION PROGRAM AND/OR PLAN TO FINISH YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE AT NCC, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT UNH MANCHESTER TO RECEIVE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • 600/700-level Biological concentration – four courses
  • BSCI 701 – Senior Seminar
  • Capstone (Internship, Research or Independent Study)

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 NCC 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 Nashua 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 Administration: Management into a B.A. in Business at UNH Manchester

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ACCT 101 – Financial Accounting I [1] Elective credit
BUS 101 – Introduction to Business BUS 400 – Introduction to Business
BCPT 119 – Software Applications BUS 405 - Introduction to Business Computer Applications
ENGL 101 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
ACCT 102 – Accounting II [1] BUS 532 – Intro Financial Accounting
BUS 110 – Principles of Management Elective credit
Discovery-approved biological or physical science elective Discovery biological science or physical science course
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course
MATH 106 – Statistics I BUS 430 – Introduction to Business Statistics
BUS 230 – Introduction to MIS Elective credit
ACCT 210 – Managerial Accounting BUS 533 – Managerial Accounting
BUS 218 – Dynamics of Organizational Behavior BUS 620 – Organizational Behavio
ENGL 109 – Public Speaking or Professional Writing and Presentations Elective credit
Discovery-approved humanities, fine arts or global awareness elective Discovery humanities, fine and performing arts or world cultures course
ECON 201 – Microeconomics or ECON 202 - Macroeconomics ECN 412 – Microeconomics or ECN 411 - Macroeconomics
BUS 240 – Business Law BUS 550 – Business Law
BUS 204 – Small Business Management BUS management concentration
BUS 201 – Human Resource Management BUS 455 – Human Resource Management
BUS 290 – Management/Small Business Entrepreneurship Internship or Business elective Elective credit

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

  1. 1. Students must take ACCT 101 and ACCT 102 at NCC to fulfill BUS 532 – Introduction to Financial Accounting 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 NCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • Two BUS concentration courses
  • BUS 601 – Financial Management
  • MATH 420 – Finite Math (fulfills Discovery quantitative reasoningcourse)
  • BUS 610 – Marketing Principles and Applications
  • BUS 705 – Business Ethics
  • BUS 750/760 – Internship/Senior Project

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological or physical science course
  • Two courses among Discovery world cultures courses, Discovery fine and performing arts courses and Discovery humanities courses depending on the category filled at NCC
  • Discovery environment,technology and society course
  • Discovery historical perspectives 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, 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 NCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Accounting Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Nashua 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 NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ACCT 101 – Financial Accounting I [1] Elective credit
BUS 101 – Introduction to Business BUS 400 – Introduction to Business
BCPT 119 – Software Applications BUS 405 - Introduction to Business Computer Applications
ENGL 101 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
ACCT 102 – Accounting II [1] BUS 532 – Intro Financial Accounting
BUS 110 – Principles of Management Elective credit
Discovery-approved biological or physical science elective Discovery biological science or physical science course
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course
MATH 106 – Statistics I BUS 430 – Introduction to Business Statistics
BUS 230 – Introduction to MIS Elective credit
ACCT 210 – Managerial Accounting BUS 533 – Managerial Accounting
BUS 218 – Dynamics of Organizational Behavior BUS 620 – Organizational Behavio
ENGL 109 – Public Speaking or Professional Writing and Presentations Elective credit
Discovery-approved humanities, fine arts or global awareness elective Discovery humanities, fine and performing arts or world cultures course
ECON 201 – Microeconomics or ECON 202 - Macroeconomics ECN 412 – Microeconomics or ECN 411 - Macroeconomics
BUS 240 – Business Law BUS 550 – Business Law
BUS 204 – Small Business Management BUS management concentration
BUS 201 – Human Resource Management BUS 455 – Human Resource Management
BUS 290 – Management/Small Business Entrepreneurship Internship or Business elective Elective credit

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

  1. 1. Students must take ACCT 101 and ACCT 102 at NCC to fulfill BUS 532 – Introduction to Financial Accounting 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 NCC, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • Two BUS concentration courses
  • BUS 601 – Financial Management
  • MATH 420 – Finite Math (fulfills Discovery quantitative reasoningcourse)
  • BUS 610 – Marketing Principles and Applications
  • BUS 705 – Business Ethics
  • BUS 750/760 – Internship/Senior Project

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological or physical science course
  • Two courses among Discovery world cultures courses, Discovery fine and performing arts courses and Discovery humanities courses depending on the category filled at NCC
  • Discovery environment,technology and society course
  • Discovery historical perspectives 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, 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 NCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Communication Arts Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with Nashua 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 Liberal Arts/Communications into a B.A. in Communication Arts at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 - College Composition Discovery writing skills course
Discovery approved biological science elective Discovery biological sciences course
MATH 110 - Algebra and Trigonometry No transfer credit
POLS 102 - Introduction to Media Studies CMN 455 - Introduction to Media Studies 
ANTH 110 - Cultural Anthropology Discover world cultures course
ENGL 109 - Public Speaking CA 450 - Introduction to Public Speaking
MATH 106 - Statistics I Discovery quantitative reasoning course
Discovery approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course
ENVS 101 - Environmental Science or SOCI 215 - Sociology of Tech.  Discovery environment, technology, and society course
COMM 115 - Introduction to Media Writing CA 500 - Media Writing
Discovery approved humanities elective Discovery humanities course
Discovery approved physical science elective  Discovery physical science course
COMM elective [1] Major elective credit
POLS 220 - American Politics and Mass Media Elective credit
COMM elective  Elective credit
COMM elective  Elective credit
ARTS 120 - Graphic Design Theory CA 522 - Graphic Design I
COMM elective Elective credit 
COMM 285 - Communications Internship CA 501 - Internship: Communication in the Urban Community

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

* Taking a higher math is recommended for students who test into MATH 210 – Calculus I. MATH 210 transfers as equivalent to MATH 425 – Calculus I and satisfies the Biotechnology program math requirement.
** Comes in as an advanced biology course.

1. One COMM elective course must include one of the following: COMM 120 – Introduction to Public Relations (UNH equivalent: CA 540 – Public Relations); COMM 204 – Screenwriting (UNH equivalent: CA 512 – Screenwriting); COMM 206 – Social Media (UNH equivalent: CA 542 – Social Media for Organizations and Business).

IF YOU HAVE ENROLLED IN THE NH DUAL ADMISSION PROGRAM AND/OR PLAN TO FINISH YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE AT NCC, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT UNH MANCHESTER TO RECEIVE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • CMN 456 – Propaganda and Persuasion
  • CMN 457 – Introduction to Language and Social Interaction
  • Two Area B courses
  • Two Area C courses
  • Area B courses include: CA 525, CA 526 or ENGL 534 but not both; CA 527, CA 528, CA 531, CA 532, CA 533, CA 535, CA 537, CA 539, CA 540, CA 542, CA 550
  • Area C courses include: CA 600, CA 601, CA 610, CA 611, CA 612, CA 614, CA 615, CA 617, CA 618, CA 720, CA 795

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery historical perspectives course

University Degree Requirements: 

  • Elective courses to fill remaining 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 NCC 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 Nashua 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 Computing Networking into a B.S. in Computer Information Systems at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 - College Composition Discovery writing skills course
CSCI 101 – PC Assembly/Operating Systems COMP 430 – System Fundamentals
CSCI 104 – Introduction to Telecommunications Elective credit
CSCI 116 – Network Basics 1 Elective credit
Discovery-approved historical perspectives Discovery historical perspective course
CSCI 216 - Routing and Switching Essentials1 COMP 550 - Networking Concepts
CSCI 161 - Introduction to Programming in VIsual BASIC2 Elective credit
ENGL 230, 231, 240 or 241 Discovery humanities course
MATH 115 or 210 Discovery quantitative reasoning course
CSCI elective (either 175 or 202)2 COMP 425 - Computing Fundamentals
CSCI 203 - Introduction to UNIX COMP 530 - Machine and Network Architecture
CSCI 204 - Administering Windows Services Major concentration course
CSCI 217 - Scaling Networks Major concentration course
CSCI 207 - Advanced Windows Services COMP 520 - Database Design and Development
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course
CSCI 210 – Advanced Windows Servers Major concentration course
Elective in major Major concentration course
PHYS 101 – Physical Science I Discovery physical science course
GEOG 110 – World Geography Discovery world cultures course
CSCI 290 – Internship or CSCI 286 – Capstone Project or CSCI 250 – CCNA Security Major concentration course or Elective credit

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

1. Students must earn a C or better in both CSCI 116 and CSCI 216 to earn credit for COMP 550.
2. Students must earn a C or better in both CSCI 161 and CSCI 175 or 202 to earn credit for COMP 425.

IF YOU HAVE ENROLLED IN THE NH DUAL ADMISSION PROGRAM AND/OR PLAN TO FINISH YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE AT NCC, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT UNH MANCHESTER TO RECEIVE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 405 – Introduction to Internet and Web Authoring (also fulfills Discovery environment, technology and society course)
  • COMP 525 – Data Structures Fundamentals
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age
  • COMP 715 – Information Security
  • COMP 730 – Object-Oriented Software Development
  • COMP 690 – Internship Experience (4 credits)
  • COMP 790 – Capstone Project
  • UMST 582 – Internship and Career Planning Seminar (1 credit)
  • One Major concentration course
  • Three major elective courses

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological sciences course
  • Discovery fine and performing arts course

University Degree Requirements: 

  • Elective courses to fill remaining 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 NCC 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 Nashua 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 Computer Science into a B.S. in Computer Information Systems at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 - College Composition Discovery writing skills course
CSCI 106 – Introduction to Software and Web Development Elective credit
CSCI 102 – Website Development I [1] Elective credit
CSCI 161 – Introduction to Programming [2] Elective credit
MATH 110 – Algebra and Trigonometry No transfer credit
CSCI 140 – Essentials of Systems Analysis [3] Elective credit
CSCI 175 – Intermediate Programming: Using C++ [2] COMP 425 – Computing Fundamentals
CSCI 116 – Networking Basics Major concentration course
MATH 170 – Discrete Mathematics Discovery quantitative reasoning course
CSCI 103 – Website Development II [1] COMP 405 – Introduction to Internet and Web Authoring
ENGL 230, 231, 240 or 241 Discovery humanities course
CSCI 207 – Database Design and Management [3] COMP 520 – Database Design and Development
CSCI 230 – Advanced Programming: Using C++ [4] Elective credit
Discovery-approved biological or physical science elective Discovery biological or physical science course
Discovery-approved historical perspectives elective Discovery historical perspectives course
Elective in major Major concentration course
CSCI 278 – Data Structures: Using C++ [4] COMP 525 – Data Structures Fundamentals
CSCI 290 – Internship or CSCI 285 – Capstone Major concentration course
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course
GEOG 110 – World Geography Discovery world cultures course
Elective in major Major concentration course

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

1. Major credit when paired with CSCI 103 for COMP 405. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both CSCI 102 and CSCI 103 to earn credit for COMP 405.
2. Major credit when paired with CSCI 175 for COMP 425. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both CSCI 161 and CSCI 175 to earn credit for COMP 425.
3. Major credit when paired with CSCI 207 for COMP 520. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both CSCI 140 and CSCI 207 to earn credit for COMP 520.
4. Major credit when paired with CSCI 278 for COMP 525. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both CSCI 230 and CSCI 278 to earn credit for COMP 525.

IF YOU HAVE ENROLLED IN THE NH DUAL ADMISSION PROGRAM AND/OR PLAN TO FINISH YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE AT NCC, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT UNH MANCHESTER TO RECEIVE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 430 – System Fundamentals
  • COMP 530 – Machine and Network Architecture
  • COMP 550 – Networking Concepts
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age
  • COMP 715 – Information Security
  • COMP 730 – Object-Oriented Software Development
  • COMP 690 – Internship Experience (4 credit)
  • COMP 790 – Capstone Project
  • UMST 582 – Internship and Career Planning Seminar (1credit)
  • One Major concentration course
  • Three Major elective courses

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological or physical science courses
  • Discovery fine and performing arts course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society course

University Degree Requirements: 

  • Elective courses to fill remaining 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 NCC 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 Nashua 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. website Application Development into a B.S. in Computer Information Systems at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 - College Composition Discovery writing skills course
CSCI 106 – Introduction to Software and Web Development Elective credit
CSCI 107 – HTML [1] Elective credit
CSCI 161 – Introduction to Programming [2] Elective credit
MATH 110 – Algebra and Trigonometry No transfer credit
CSCI 175 – Intermediate Programming: Using C++ [2] COMP 425 – Computing Fundamentals
CSCI 140 – Essentials of Systems Analysis [3] Elective credit
CSCI 116 – Networking Basics Major concentration course
MATH 170 – Discrete Mathematics Discovery quantitative reasoning course
CSCI 108 – HTML and CSS [1] COMP 405 – Introduction to Internet and Web Authoring
ARTS 120 – Introduction to Graphic Design Theory Elective credit
CSCI 201 – Client-Side Scripting Using JavaScript Elective credit
CSCI 203 – Introduction to UNIX COMP 530 – Machine and Network Architecture
CSCI 207 – Database Design and Management [3] COMP 520 – Database Design and Development
ENGL 230, 231, 240 or 241 Discovery humanities course
Discovery-approved biological or physical science elective Discovery biological or physical science course
CSCI 202 – JAVA Programming COMP 525 – Data Structures Fundamentals
CSCI 206 – Server-Side Scripting Using PHP Major concentration course
CSCI 290 – Internship or CSCI 284 – Capstone Major concentration course
Discovery-approved historical perspectives elective Discovery historical perspectives course

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

1. Students must earn a C or higher in both CSCI 107 and CSCI 108 to earn credit for COMP 405.
2. Students must earn a C or higher in both CSCI 161 and CSCI 175 to earn credit for COMP 425.
3. Students must earn a C or higher in both CSCI 140 and CSCI 207 to earn credit for COMP 520.

IF YOU HAVE ENROLLED IN THE NH DUAL ADMISSION PROGRAM AND/OR PLAN TO FINISH YOUR ASSOCIATE DEGREE AT NCC, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT UNH MANCHESTER TO RECEIVE YOUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 430 – System Fundamentals
  • COMP 550 –Networking Concepts
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age
  • COMP 715 – Information Security
  • COMP 730 – Object-Oriented Software Development
  • COMP 690 – Internship Experience (4 credits)
  • COMP 790 – Capstone Project
  • UMST 582 – Internship and Career Planning Seminar (1 credit)
  • Two Major concentration courses
  • Three Major elective course

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

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

University Degree Requirements: 

  • Elective courses to fill remaining 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 NCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Electrical Engineering Technology Dual Admission

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

Students must take these courses at NCC... ...to fulfill these UNH degree requirements.
ELET 121 – Digital Circuits I ET 421- Digital Electronics I
ELET 131 – Circuit Analysis I ET 431- Circuit Analysis I
ENGL 101 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
MATH 110 – Algebra and Trigonometry No transfer credit
PSYC 130 – Human Relations Elective credit 
ELET 132 – Circuit Analysis II ET 432 – Circuit Analysis II
ELET 141 – Electronics I ET 541 – Electronic Devices
ENGL 103 – Prof. Writing and Presentations Elective Credit
MATH 120 – Pre-Calculus MATH 418 – Analysis & Applications of Functions
CSCI 175 – Intermediate Programming C++ COMP 424 – Applied Computing 1: Foundations of Programming
ELET 250 – Microcontrollers ET 590 – Embedded Microcontrollers
ELET 241 – Electronics II ET 542 – Analog Electronics
HUMA 230 – Ethics in the Workplace Discovery Humanities course
MATH 210 – Calculus I MATH 425 – Calculus I
Discovery Quantitative Reasoning course
PHYS 130 – Physics I Discovery Physical Science/
DLAB course Fulfills Major Physics requirement
ELET 221 – Advanced Digital Electronics ET 522 – Digital Electronics II
ELET 274 – ELET Capstone Project Elective credit
PHYS 131 – Physics II Elective credit
ELET 245 – Communications Theory and/or MATH 211 – Calculus II Elective credit

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

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

Major Course Requirements:

  • CHEM 405 – Chemical Principles for Engineers
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age
  • ECN 411 – Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
  • ET 625 – Technical Communications
  • ET 671 – Digital Systems
  • ET 674 – Control Systems and Components
  • ET 677 – Analog Systems
  • ET 680 – Communication and Fields
  • ET 781 – Automation Engineering
  • ET 788 – Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
  • ET 790 – Microcomputer Technology
  • ET 791 – Electrical Engineering Technology Project 1 (ET 791 is a two-semester Senior Capstone Project)

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

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

University Degree Requirements:

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

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – FirstYear 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 NCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.

Homeland Security Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with NCC to offer a Pathways Program that allows you to seamlessly transfer to UNH (either the Manchester or Durham campus). This curriculum map will help you turn your A.S. in Criminal Justice into a B.S. in Homeland Security UNH.*

Students must take these courses at NCC... ...to fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
CRMJ 101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice Elective Credit
CRMJ 102 – Criminology Elective Credit
MATH 106 – Statistics I Discovery quantitative reasoning course
SOCI 101 – Introduction to Sociology Discovery social science course
ENGL 109 – Public Speaking Elective credit
Discovery-approved biological OR physical science elective Discovery biological OR physical science course
CRMJ 121 – Criminal Investigations Elective credit
CRMJ 122 – Law Enforcement Organizations Elective credit
PSYC 101 – Introduction to Psychology PSYC 401 – Introduction to Psychology
POLS 210 – State and Local Government Elective credit
CRMJ 220 – Juvenile Justice Elective credit
CRMJ 240 – Criminal Law and Prosecution Elective credit
HUMA 230 – Ethics in the Workplace Elective credit
COMM 102 – Principles of Communication Elective credit
HMSC 110G – Introduction to Homeland Security HLS 410 – Introduction to Homeland Security
CRJM 260 – Criminal Procedure Elective credit
CRMJ 265 – Corrections Elective credit
CRMJ 280 – Criminal Justice Internship or CRMJ 285 – Criminal Justice Senior Project Elective credit

*The UNH Homeland Security degree program requires a second major or two minors. Students completing their associate degree at NCC will have fulfilled the second major requirement.

**The Senior Project is recommended for students in the pathways as it will count as a core Homeland Security course at UNH, and since NCC students will still need to complete an internship in the Homeland Security program at UNH.

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

Major Course Requirements:

  • HLS 415 – Foundations of Corporate Security and Risk Assessment
  • HLS 455 – Foundations of Information Security
  • HLS 480 – Professional Skills in Homeland Security
  • HLS 510 – Fundamentals of Emergency Management
  • PS 505 – Political Violence and Terrorism
  • HLS 515 – Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience
  • HLS 580 – Environmental Security
  • HLS 610 – Exercise Design and Evaluation
  • HLS 650 – Intelligence Systems and Structures
  • HLS 760 – Strategic Planning and Decision Making
  • HLS 790 – Capstone in Homeland Security
  • HLS 795 or HLS 799 – Internship in Homeland Security or Thesis in Homeland Security

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological or physical science course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery world cultures course (a geography course is recommended)
  • Discovery fine and performing arts course
  • Discovery humanities course

University Degree Requirements:

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

*To complete a BS in Homeland Security at UNH, NCC pathway and transfer students will need to complete 48 credits of Homeland Security core courses and 16 credits of UNH Discovery (general education) courses. Each major requirement course is 4 credits.

* *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 NCC 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 NCC to offer a Dual Admission Agreement that allows you to be jointly admitted to both NCC and UNH Manchester. We make it easy with one application form, one admission process and one application fee.

Students must take these courses at NCC... ...to fulfill these UNH degree requirements.
CAD 111 – CADD I ET 405 – Engineering Design
MTTN 101 – Manufacturing Processes ET 411 – Manufacturing and Materials Processing
ENGL 101 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
MATH 120 – Pre-calculus MATH 418 – Analysis and Application of Functions
CAD 112 – CADD II Elective credit 
MTTN 118 – Machining Technology Elective credit
MDTN 110 – Automation Programming Elective credit
PHYS 130 – Physics Discovery Physical Science/DLAB course
Fulfills Major Physics I requirement
MATH 120 – Pre-Calculus MATH 425 – Calculus I Discovery Quantitative Reasoning course
CAD 215 – CADD III (Pro E) Elective credit
ELET 131 – Circuit Analysis I ET 502 – Measurement and Control
ELMT 203 – Applied Mechanics I ET 450 – Statics and Strength of Materials
Discovery-approved English/communications course Elective credit
CHEM 130 – General Chemistry I Fulfills Major Chemistry requirement
MDTN 285 – Design Capstone Project Elective credit
ELMT 204 – Hydraulics and Pneumatics Elective credit
ELMT 210 – Applied Mechanics II Elective credit
MTTN 201 – Lean and Green Manufacturing Methods Elective credit
SOCI 215 – Sociology of Technology Elective credit
Discovery-approved fine arts course Discovery fine and performing arts course

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

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

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 424 – Applied Computing 1: Foundations of Programming
  • COMP 425 – Programming Fundamentals
  • ECN 411 – Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
  • ET 505 – Material Science
  • 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 (two semester Senior Capstone)
  • ET 781 – Automation Engineering
  • MATH 426 – Calculus II
  • PHYS 408 – General Physics II

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological sciences course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery social science course
  • Discovery world cultures course

University Degree Requirements:

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

* Bachelor degree candidates are required to complete four writing-intensive courses, which must include: English 401 – FirstYear 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 NCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
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The Transfer Credit Database is not a substitute for the transfer credit prior approval process.

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