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Business & MBA

Build a strong foundation and take your education further with dozens of concentrations to choose from.

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Healthcare

Prepare for important roles in the fast-growing, in-demand fields of Public Health and Health Administration.

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Technology

Learn how to create, manage and secure technology with resources used in today’s workforce.

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Social Sciences

Deepen your understanding of human behavior, social groups and society in subjects like history, sociology and psychology.

Ways to Learn

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Curious about what it’s like to be an online student? Learn more about SNHU’s supportive online community of faculty, advisors and academic resources.

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It's a dream campus, right in your back yard. With brand new residence halls, state-of-the-art facilities, D2 sports and more, you can do it all at SNHU.

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What Students Are Saying

"I knew I would complete my degree and I knew I would do it at a lower cost than other universities."

Latisha Aguilar ‘21
BA Psychology

"The degree that I have [from] Southern New Hampshire University...really gave me a head start with the career path that I've chosen."

Wyatt Martensen, '21
BS Geoscience

"I knew SNHU was a trustworthy institution from day one. They were with me the whole time and wanted me to be successful."

Naeem Jaraysi, '20
MS Marketing

Questions Students Ask

All the Latest SNHU News

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What Does Nonprofit Mean for College Students?

The main difference between profit and nonprofit universities is how they spend the money they receive. Being a nonprofit university means that the revenue earned is reinvested into programs and services that help students and on initiatives that contribute to the university’s mission.

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What is Sports Management?

Some love sports. Some love taking chances and challenges. These traits, together, make a winning combination for a career in sports management, which includes any and every business aspect of sports and recreation. Take a look at what sports management is all about and how you can enter the field.

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What is an MFA Degree? What You Need to Know

An MFA stands for Master of Fine Arts and is a graduate-level degree earned by students who study and practice visual arts, performing arts, design or creative writing. Some schools offer online and low-residency MFA programs that offer more flexibility for working adults than a traditional program.

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Different Types of Psychology Degrees and the Jobs Within Psychology

With a degree in psychology, you will use core skills such as research, decision-making and communication to work in a vast array of fields, including business, counseling, human resources and many more. Use your degree level and interests to help narrow down which of these careers is right for you.

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