Accelerated Master's Program

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

INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN ACCELERATED MASTER'S STUDENT?
Contact UNH Graduate School's Manchester campus today at 603-641-4313 or unhm.gradcenter@unh.edu.

Master of Education in Teaching

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

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Master's Programs at the Carsey School of Public Policy

Diligent students in any UNH undergraduate program have the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree and Master in Public Policy or Master of Public Administration from the Carsey School of Public Policy in as little as five years.

Learn more about the accelerated master's at the Carsey school

Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Management

Diligent students can earn their bachelor's degree and an M.S. in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Management (CPRM) in as little as five years by taking graduate-level courses during your junior and/or senior years at UNH Manchester. The online CPRM program cultivates strategic thinking, policy development and risk-management skills for a brighter cybersecurity future.

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Master of Science in Information Technology

The Master of Science in Information Technology (M.S. IT) program at UNH Manchester prepares students for a professional IT or computing-related career and for advanced studies in a computing discipline. Diligent students admitted to the Accelerated Master’s program can earn a bachelor's degree in computer information systems or computer science and an M.S. IT in as little as five years.

Learn more about the msit program