January 19, 2017
When Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) stepped in to help Daniel Webster College (DWC) in Nashua keep its doors open last year, school officials knew it would mean adding program offerings beyond the university's traditional majors in the arts and sciences, education and business. But SNHU's drive to meet every challenge remains the same.
When the "teach-out" program with DWC ends later this year, DWC students will begin making their way to the SNHU campus in Manchester. When they do, they'll find many of the same programs that initially brought them to DWC. Beginning in the Fall 2017 semester, seven new programs will be offered to all SNHU students: Aeronautical Engineering, Air Traffic Management, Aviation Management, Computer Science, Construction Management, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
SNHU is proud to have this opportunity to bring engineering and aeronautics students to campus, and looks forward to offering the same small class sizes, a close-knit campus community and hands-on approach to education for which SNHU has become known. The university is committed not just to bringing these academic programs to campus, but to providing the students within them with every possible resource. This includes the construction of a new, state-of-the-art science and engineering building, due to be completed as soon as 2019.
Whether you're a new freshman, a current student, an aspiring transfer student or anything in between, you'll have a host of new options available to you this year. The new majors represent just a small part of SNHU's program offerings, which includes more than 50 other majors on campus to explore. No matter your education or career goals, there's sure to be something for you at SNHU.
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