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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.

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

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

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BS Geoscience

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MS Marketing

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Scholarship Recipient Aspires to Empower Other Military Spouses

Bonnie Conrad recently became the 37th military spouse to receive a full-tuition scholarship to SNHU. Being selected as the Operation Homefront scholarship recipient positions her one step closer to her goal of creating a portable marketing career that supports military spouse business owners.
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Should You Become a Psychology Major? Information to Help You Decide

Majoring in psychology is not only personally rewarding, but it prepares you for a number of careers. Beyond the human services field, a psychology major can lead to jobs in business, education, government and roles that require a deep understanding of people and how they interact with one another.
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What is an MPH Degree and What Can You Do With It?

Public health encompasses quite literally all facets of our lives. A Master of Public Health (MPH) opens the door to myriad career paths that offer you the opportunity to have a significant impact on individuals and on entire communities—even on a global level, and on future generations.

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