NHTI Community College Pathways

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

Specific Degree Pathways

Accounting Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with NHTI 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 NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ACCT 101 – Accounting I [1] Elective credit
BUS 170 – Principles of Marketing Elective credit
ENGL 101 – English Composition Discovery writing skills course
IST 102 – PC Applications BUS 405 - Introduction to Business Computer Applications
MATH 124 – College Algebra or higher-level Math No transfer credit or Elective credit
ACCT 102 – Accounting II [1] BUS 532 – Introduction to Financial Accounting
ENGL 285 – Literature, Technology and Culture Discovery environment, technology and society course
IST 200 – Spreadsheets Elective credit
MATH 125 – Finite Mathematics MATH 420 – Finite Mathematics*
Discovery-approved science elective Discovery biological or physical science course
ACCT 205 – Intermediate Accounting I BUS 603 – Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT 250 – Cost Accounting BUS 553 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting
BUS 225 – Business Law I Elective credit
BUS 270 – Principles of Management Elective credit
ACCT 206 – Intermediate Accounting II BUS 615 – Intermediate Financial Accounting II
ACCT 230 – Taxes BUS 535 – Federal Taxation
ECON 101 – Macroeconomics or ECON 102 – Microeconomics ECN 411 – Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles or ECN 412 – Introduction to Microeconomic Principles
Discovery-approved humanities/fine arts elective Discovery humanities or fine and performing arts course

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

*Fulfills the Discovery quantitative reasoning course requirement

  1. Major credit when paired with ACCT 102 for BUS 532. Students must earn a grade of C or better in both ACCT 101 and ACCT 102 to earn credit for BUS 532

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

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

Major Course Requirements:

  • ENGL 595 – Literary Topics (Business Communication)
  • BUS 430 – Introduction to Business Statistics
  • BUS 675 – Special Topics in Business Administration (Microsoft Business Applications)
  • ECN 411 – Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles or ECN 412 – Introduction to Microeconomic Principles
  • 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 720 – Auditing
  • BUS 629 – Advanced Managerial Accounting
  • BUS 715 – Forensic Accounting or BUS 725 – Financial Statement Analysis
  • 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 C
  • 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 historical perspectives course
  • Discovery world cultures course
    Discovery humanities or fine and performing arts course
  • Discovery social science 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 NHTI 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 NHTI 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 at UNH Manchester

Students take these courses at NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ACCT 101 – Accounting I [1] Elective credit
BUS 101 – Introduction to Business BUS 400 - Introduction to Business
ENGL 101 – English Composition Discovery writing skills course
IST 102 – PC Applications BUS 405 - Introduction to Business Computer Applications
MATH 124 – College Algebra  No transfer credit
ACCT 102 – Accounting II [1] BUS 532 – Introduction to Financial Accounting
BUS 170 – Principles of Marketing Elective credit
Business elective (BUS 245 – Organizational Behavior) BUS 620 – Organizational Behavior
Discovery-approved English elective Discovery humanities course
MATH 125 – Finite Mathematics Discovery quantitative reasoning course
ACCT 110 – Managerial Accounting BUS 533 – Managerial Accounting
BUS 225 – Business Law I [2] BUS 550 – Business Law
BUS 270 – Principles of Management Elective credit
Business elective [3] Elective credit
ECON 101 – Macroeconomics ECN 411 – Macroeconomics
BUS 293 – Managerial Decision Making [4] Elective credit
Business elective [3] Elective credit
Social science elective (ECON 102 – Microeconomics) ECN 412 – Microeconomics
Discovery-approved lab science elective Discovery biological or physical science course
Discovery-approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course

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

*Fulfills the Discovery quantitative reasoning course requirement

  1. Students must take ACCT 101 – Accounting I and ACCT 102 –Accounting II atNHTI 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. Students interested in a Human Resources Management concentration should consider taking BUS 273 – Human Resources Management and BUS 275 – Labor-Management Relations as business elective courses.
  4. BUS 293 – Managerial Decision Making counts towards the Management concentration in UNH Manchester’s Business program

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

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

Major Course Requirements:

  • BUS 430 – Introduction to Business Statistics
  • BUS 601 – Financial Management
  • CIS 510 – Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems
  • BUS 610 – Marketing Principles and Applications
  • BUS 705 – Business Ethics Three business concentration courses
  • BUS 750/760 – Internship/Senior Project

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery biological OR physical science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery world cultures course
  • 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 NHTI to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Computer Information Systems Pathway

We have partnered with NHTI 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 Information Technology – Networking into a B.S. in Computer Information Systems at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 110 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
IST 103 – Programming with Raspberry Pi [1] COMP 430 - System Fundamentals
IST 106 – IT Career Topics Major concentration course
IST 170 – Introduction to Linux Elective credit
IST 151 – Introduction to Networks [2] No transfer credit 
MATH 124 – College Algebra Elective credit
ENGL 120 – Communications Elective credit
IST 108 – Personal Computer Hardware and Software [1] Elective credit 
IST 153 – Routing and Switching Essentials Discovery quantitative reasoning course
MATH 125 – Finite Mathematics [3] Discovery environment, technology and society course
ENGL 285 – Literature, Technology and Culture COMP 530 - Machine and Network Architecture 
IST 251 – Scaling Networks [2] COMP 550 – Networking Concepts
IST 280 – Windows Server Operating Systems COMP 530 – Machine and Network Architecture
IST 293 – IT Career Development Major concentration course
IST elective Major concentration course
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course
Discovery-approved biological or physical science elective Discovery biological or physical science course
IST 253 – Connecting Networks Elective credit
IST 263 – Security Major concentration course
IST elective Elective credit
IST 294 – Senior IT Internship Major concentration course
Discovery-approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course

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

  1. Students must earn a C or better in both IST 103 and IST 108 to earn credit for COMP 430.
  2. Students must earn a C or better in both IST 151 and IST 251 to earn credit for COMP 550.
  3. 3. Also fulfills Math requirements the CISmajor at Manchester

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 NHTI, complete the following requirements at UNH Manchester to receive your bachelor's degree.

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 405 – Intro to Internet and Web Authoring
  • COMP 425 – Computing Fundamentals
  • COMP 520 – Database Design and Development
  • COMP 525 – Data Structures Fundamentals
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age (fulfills Discovery humanities course)
  • COMP 715 – Information Security
  • COMP 730 – Object-Oriented Software Development
  • UMST 582 – Internship and Career Planning Seminar (1credit)
  • COMP 690 – Internship Experience (4 credits)
  • COMP 790 – Capstone Project One major concentration course Three major elective courses

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery biological OR physical science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives 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 – 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 NHTI to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Computer Science Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with NHTI 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 EngineeringTechnologyinto a B.A. in Computer Science at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
CPET 107 – Introduction to Programming C++ [1] COMP 415 – Mobile Computing
ELET 101 – Electric Circuits Elective credit
ELET 115 – Digital Fundamentals Elective credit
ENGL 101 – English Composition Discovery writing skills course
MATH 124 – College Algebra No transfer credit 
CPET 125 – Data Structures COMP 525 – Data Structures
ELET 144 – Embedded Microsystems COMP 430 – Systems Fundamentals
ENGL 285 – Literature, Technology and Culture Discovery environment, technology and society course
ENGL 125–Communication and the literature of Science andTechnology Discovery humanities course
MATH 140 – Pre-Calculus MATH 418 – Analysis and Applications of Functions
PHYS 133 – Physics I (Algebra-Based)* or PHYS 231 – Physics I (Calculus-Based) PHYS 401 – Introduction to Physics I [2] or PHYS 407 – General Physics I
CPET 240 – Programming for Windows COMP 425 – Introduction to Programming
CPET 260 – Computer Real Time Interfacing COMP 530 – Machine and Network Architecture
CPET 301 – Computer Project Definition Elective credit
MATH 205 – Calculus I MATH 425 – Calculus I
PHYS 135 – Physics II (Algebra-Based)* or PHYS 232 – Physics II (Calculus-Based PHYS 402 – Introduction to Physics II or PHYS 408 – General Physics II
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course
CPET 215 – Integrated Circuits and Interfacing Major elective credit
CPET 222 – Data Communications and Internetworking Major elective credit
CPET 252 – Networking and Internet Technologies Major elective credit
CPET 303 – Computer Project COMP 590 – Entrepreneurship Project
Discovery-approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course

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

1.Fulfills the Discovery quantitative reasoning course requirement.
2.Fulfills the Discovery physical science course requirement.

*Physics 133 and 135 will transfer as elective credits equivalent to UNH PHYS 401 and 402. Transfer students must petition the Computer Science department for a waiver of the calculus-based physics courses PHYS 407 and 408 and which the department will grant. If PHYS 231 and 232 are taken they will transfer as equivalent to UNH PHYS 407 and 408 and a petition is not required.

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 NHTI, complete the following requirements at UN Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 490 – Statistics
  • COMP 500 – Discrete Structures
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age (fulfills Discovery humanities course requirement)
  • COMP 625 – Data Structures
  • COMP 630 – Systems Software
  • COMP 690 – Internship Experience (4 credits)
  • UMST 582 – Internship and Career Planning Seminar (1 credit)
  • COMP 790 – Capstone

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery biological OR physical science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course

University Degree Requirements:

  • Elective courses to fill the remainder of credits required for a 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 – 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.

** Students can fulfill the foreign language requirement by: A) Completing one full year of introductory-level courses in an 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 NHTI 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 NHTI to offer a Dual Admission Agreement that allows you to be jointly admitted to both NHTI and UNH Manchester. We make it easy with one application form, one admission process and one application fee.

Complete your associate’s degree in Electronic Engineering Technology at NHTI then seamlessly begin your studies at UNH Manchester toward your bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering Technology

Students take these courses at NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
CPET 107 – Introduction to Programming C++ [1] COMP 424 – Applied Computing 1: Foundations of Programming
ELET 101 – Electric Circuits ET 431 – Circuit Analysis
ELET 115 – Digital Fundamentals ET 421 – Digital Electronics I
ENGL 101 – English Composition Discovery writing skills course
MATH 124 – College Algebra No transfer credit 
ELET 102 – Circuit Analysis ET 432 – Circuit Analysis II
ELET 110 – Electronics I ET 541 – Electronic Devices
ENGL 125 – Comm. Lit. of Science and Tech. Elective Credit
MATH 140 – Pre-Calculus MATH 418 – Analysis & Applications of Functions
PHYS 133 – Physics I Discovery Physical Science/DLAB course Fulfills Major Physics requirement
ELET 144 – Embedded Microsystems ET 590 – Embedded Microcontrollers
ELET 210 – Electronics II ET 542 – Analog Electronics
ELET 305 – Design Project Preparation Elective credit
MATH 205 – Calculus I MATH 425 – Calculus I Discovery Quantitative Reasoning course
PHYS 135 – Physics II Elective credit
ELET 215 – Advanced Digital Electronics ET 522 – Digital Electronics II
MATH 206 – Calculus II MATH 426 – Calculus II
ELET 306 – Senior Design Project Elective credit
Discovery-approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course
Discovery-approved social science elective Elective Credit

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

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 NHTI, complete the following requirements at UNh Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age
  • CHEM 405 – Chemical Principles for Engineers
  • 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 – Communications and Fields
  • ET 781 – Automation Engineering
  • ET 788 – Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
  • ET 790 – Microcomputer Technology
  • ET 791 – Electrical Engineering Technology Project (two semester Senior Capstone)

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery biological OR physical science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society 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 NHTI 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 NHTI to offer a Dual Admission Agreement that allows you to be jointly admitted to both NHTI and UNH Manchester. We make it easy with one application form, one admission process and one application fee.

Complete your associate’s degree in Electronic Engineering Technology at NHTI then seamlessly begin your studies at UNH Manchester toward your bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering Technology

Students take these courses at NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ELET 101 Electric Circuits ET 431– Circuit Analysis I
ELET 115 – Digital Fundamentals ET 421 – Digital Electronics I
ENGL 125 – Communication and the  Literature of Science and Technology Elective Credit
MATH 124 – College Algebra No transfer credit 
MCET 105 – Engineering Design Elective Credit
ELET 102 – Circuit Analysis ET 432 – Circuit Analysis II
CPET 107 – Introduction to Programming with C++ COMP 424 – Applied Computing 1: Foundations of Programming
CPET 215 – Integrated Circuits and Interfacing ET 542 – Analog Electronics
ENGL 101 – English Composition Discovery writing skills course
MATH 140 – Pre-Calculus MATH 418 – Analysis & Applications of Functions
MFET 111 – Manufacturing and Materials Processing Elective credit
MATH 205 – Calculus I MATH 425 – Calculus I Discovery Quantitative Reasoning course
PHYS 133 Physics I Fulfills Major Physics requirement Discovery Physical Science/DLAB course
RAET 205 – PLC Programming* Elective credit
RAET 210 – Robotics and Automation I* ET 781 – Introduction to Automation Engineering
Discovery-approved social science elective Elective credit
MFET 210 – Lean Manufacturing Elective credit
PHYS 135 – Physics II Elective credit
Discovery-approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course
RAET 220 - Robotics and Automation II Elective Credit

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

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 NHTI, complete the following requirements at UNh Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age
  • CHEM 405 – Chemical Principles for Engineers
  • ECN 411 – Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
  • ET 522 – Digital Electronics II
  • ET 541– Electronic Devices
  • ET 590 – Embedded Microcontrollers
  • ET 625 – Technical Communications
  • ET 671 – Digital Systems
  • ET 674 – Control Systems and Components
  • ET 677 – Analog Systems
  • ET 680 – Communications and Fields
  • ET 788 – Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
  • ET 790 – Microcomputer Technology
  • ET 791 – Electrical Engineering Technology Project (two semester Senior Capstone)
  • MATH 426 – Calculus II

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery world cultures course
  • Discovery biological OR physical science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery environment, technology and society 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 NHTI to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.

Homeland Security Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with NHTI 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 take these courses at NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
CRMJ 101 – Introduction to the Criminal Justice System Elective Credit
CRMJ 121 – Criminal Procedure Elective Credit
ENGL 101 – English Composition Discovery writing skills course
IST 102 – PC Applications Elective credit
PSYC 105 – Introduction to Psychology Discovery social science course
CRMJ 123 – Criminal Law HLS 520 – Homeland Security Law and Policy
CRMJ 210 – Juvenile Justice Administration Elective credit
ENGL 150 – Intro to Drama Discovery fine and performing arts course
POLS 220 – Public Administration Elective credit
SOCI 105 – Introduction to Sociology Elective credit
CRMJ 150 – Criminology Elective credit
CRMJ 205 – Police Operations Elective credit
CRMJ 215 – Corrections Operations Elective credit
CRMJ 270 – Internship or CRMJ 275 Senior Project* Elective credit
MATH 124 – College Algebra No transfer credit
PSYC 205 – Crisis Intervention Elective credit
BIOL 120 – Human Biology Discovery biological science course
CRMJ 225 – Drug Abuse and the Law Elective credit
PHIL 242C – Contemporary Ethical Issues Discovery humanities course
General elective – Introduction to Homeland Security HLS 410 – Introduction to Homeland Security

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

*The UNH Homeland Security degree program requires a second major or two minors. Students completing their associate degree at NHTI 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 NHTI 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 NHTI, complete the following requirements at UNh Manchester to receive your bachelor’s degree.
 

Major Course Requirements:

  • HLS 415 – Foundations of Corporate and Physical Security
  •  HLS 455 – Foundations of Information Security
  • HLS 480 – Professional Skills in Homeland Security
  • PS 505 – Political Violence and Terrorism (fulfills Discovery social science course requirement)
  • HLS 510 – Fundamentals of emergency management
  • HLS 515 – Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience
  • HLS 580 – Environmental Security (fulfills Discovery environment, technology and society course requirement)
  • 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 – Internship in Homeland Security or HLS 799 - Thesis in Homeland Security

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery quantitative reasoning course (a statistics course is recommended)
  • Discovery world cultures course (a Geography course is recommended)
  • Discovery physical science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives 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, NHTI 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 – 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 NHTI 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 NHTI to offer a Dual Admission Agreement that allows you to be jointly admitted to both NHTI and UNH Manchester. We make it easy with one application form, one admission process and one application fee.

Complete your associate’s degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology at NHTI then seamlessly begin your studies at UNH Manchester toward your bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology.

Students take these courses at NHTI... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 – English Composition Discovery writing skills course
MCET 105 – Engineering Design ET 405 – Engineering Design
MFET 111 – Manufacturing and Materials Processing ET 411 – Manufacturing and Materials Processing
MATH 124 – College Algebra No transfer credit
PHYS 133 – Physics I Discovery Physical Science/DLAB course Fulfills Major Physics I requirement
ENGL 125 – Communication and the Literature of Science and Technology Elective Credit
MCET 150 – Statics and Strength of Materials ET 450 – Statics and Strength of Materials
MATH 140 – Pre-Calculus MATH 418 – Analysis & Applications of Functions
PHYS 135 – Physics II Fulfills Major Physics II requirement
CHEM 105 – Chemistry Fulfills Major Chemistry requirement
MCET 250 – Dynamics and Mechanical Design I ET 550 – Dynamics and Machine Design I
MFET 202 – Measurement and Control ET 502 – Measurement and Control
MATH 205 – Calculus I MATH 425 – Calculus I Discovery Quantitative Reasoning course
Discovery-approved social science elective Elective Credit
MCET 205 – Material Science ET 505 – Material Science
MCET 229 – Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer ET 529 – Introduction to Thermodynamics
MCET 260 – Mechanical Design II ET 560 – Machine Design II
Discovery-approved fine arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course
Technical elective (MFET 231 – Production Systems) ET 641 – Production Systems

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

If you are enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at NHTI, 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 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age
  • ECN 411 - Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
  • ET 625 – Technical Communications
  • ET 635 – Fluid Technology and heat Transfer
  • ET 641 – Production Systems (if an elective other than MFET 231 is chosen)
  • 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 Senior Project2
  • ET 781 – Introduction to Automation Engineering
  • MATH 426 – Calculus II

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery environment, technology and society course
  • Discovery world cultures course (a Geography course is recommended)
  • Discovery biological science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives 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 NHTI 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