White Mountains Community College

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

Specific Degree Pathways

Computer Information Systems Public Pathways Program

We have partnered with White Mountains 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 Information Technology into a B.S. in Computer Information Systems at UNH Manchester.

Students take these courses at WMCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
ENGL 101 - College Composition Discovery writing skills course
IST 113 – IT Essentials Elective credit
IST 120 – Web Design I COMP 405 – Introduction to Internet and Web Authoring
CSCI 161 – Introduction to Programming [2] Major concentration course
IST 213 – Computer Networking I Major concentration course
IST 114 – Linux Essentials [1] Elective credit
IST 219 – Computer Networking II COMP 550 – Networking Concepts
ENGL 211 – Professional Writing Elective credit
PHYS 118 – Physics of Raspberry Pi Discovery physical science course
MATH 180 – Pre-Calculus Elective credit
IST 115 – Object Oriented Programming with JAVA COMP 425 – Computing Fundamentals
IST 232 – Computer Security Major concentration course
IST 234 – Computer Networking III Major concentration course
COMP 105 – Introduction to Database Management [2] Elective credit
Discovery-approved fine and performing arts elective Discovery fine and performing arts course
MATH 215 – Calculus I Discovery quantitative reasoning course
IST 230 – Network Servers and Security [1] COMP 530 – Machine and Network Architecture
IST 235 – SQL Databases [2] COMP 520 – Database Design and Development
IST 244 – Computer Networking IV Major concentration course
HUMA 120 – Environmental Issues Discovery environment, technology and society course
Discovery-approved social science elective Discovery social science course

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

1. Major credit when paired with IST 230 for COMP 530. Students must earn a C or better in IST 114 and 230 to earn credit for COMP 530.
2. Major credit when paired with IST 235 for COMP 520. Students must earn a C or better in both COMP 105 and IST 235 to earn credit for COMP 520.

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

Major Course Requirements:

  • COMP 430 – System Fundamentals
  • COMP 525 – Data Structures Fundamentals
  • COMP 560 – Ethics and Law in the Digital Age (also fulfills Discovery humanities course)
  • COMP 715 – Information Security
  • COMP 730 – Object-Oriented Software Development
  • COMP 690 – Internship Experience (4credits)
  • COMP 790 – Capstone Project
  • UMST 582 - Internship and Career Planning Seminar (1credit)
  • Three Major elective course

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

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

Homeland Security Public Pathways Program W

e have partnered with White Mountains Community College 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/HomelandSecurityinto a B.S. in homeland security at UNH*.

Students take these courses at WMCC... To fulfill these UNH degree requirements...
COMP 101 – Introduction to Windows and Word Processing Elective credit
COMP 103 – Introduction to Spreadsheets Elective credit
COMP 104 – Introduction to the Internet Elective credit
CRMJ 101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice Elective credit
ICRMJ 108 – Forensic Science Elective credit
ENGL 120 – College Composition Discovery writing skills course
IPSYC 111 – Psychology Discovery social science course
CRMJ 110 – Terrorism PS 505 – Political Violence and Terrorism
CRMJ 123 – Criminal Law HLS 520 – Homeland Security Law and Policy
ENGL 225 – Oral Communication Elective credit
POLS 220 – Public Administration Elective credit
SOCI 111 – Sociology Elective credit
CRMJ 150 – Criminology Elective credit
CRMJ 208 – Policing for Homeland Security Elective credit
CRMJ 215 – Corrections Operations Elective credit
HUMA 212 – Legal and Ethical Issues Elective credit
MATH 124 – College Algebra No transfer credit
CRMJ 210 – Juvenile Justice Administration Elective credit
CRMJ 230 – Justice and the Community Elective credit
CRMJ 270 – Criminal Justice Internship or
CRMJ 275 – Senior Project
Elective credit
Elective credit
HUMA 240 – Critical Thinking Seminar Elective credit
BIOL 120 – Human Biology Discovery biological science course
General Elective – Introduction to Homeland Security HLS 410 – Introduction to Homeland Security

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

If you are enrolled in the NH Dual Admission Program and/or plan to finish your associate degree at WMCC, 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
  • HLS 515 – Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience
  • HLS 580 – Environmental Security (fulfills Discovery environment, technology and society course)
  • HLS 610 – Exercise Design and evaluation HLS 650 – Intelligence Systems and Structures
  • HLS 760 – Strategic Planning and Decision Making (fulfills Discovery writing-intensive course)
  • HLS 790 – Capstone in Homeland Security (fulfills Discovery writing-intensive course)
  • HLS 795 or 799 – Internship in Homeland Security or Thesis in Homeland Security

Remaining Discovery Program Course Requirements:

  • Discovery quantitative reasoning course (a statistics course is recommended)
  • Discovery fine and performing arts course
  • Discovery world cultures course (a geography course is recommended)
  • Discovery physical science course
  • Discovery historical perspectives course
  • Discovery humanities course

University Degree Requirements: 

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

* To complete a B.S. in Homeland Security at UNH Manchester, WMCC 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 course 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 WMCC to be eligible for dual enrollment at UNH Manchester.
  • Course titles, names and/or sequencing are subject to change.