Whether you dream of a corner office or the freedom of no office at all, we're here to help you with the tools, support and knowledge you need to see yourself succeed. In fact, we've been helping students just like you since 1932. At SNHU, you can:
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Our accounting and finance degrees are affordable and accredited, and you'll get the dedicated support you need to see yourself succeed.
Each Art and Design Degree program prepares you for real-world applications of your talent, using the latest technology, theories and practices.
SNHU, founded in 1932 as the New Hampshire School of Accounting and Secretarial Science, is a recognized leader in business education.
SNHU’s Criminal Justice Degrees are affordable, accredited and empower you to advance your career in law enforcement, security, corrections, and more.
Learn the latest theories and techniques for teaching, administration and curriculum development with an Education Degree from SNHU.
From concept to application, SNHU’s innovative engineering programs prepare students for careers through a hands-on curriculum.
Healthcare degrees at SNHU are designed to help students pursue or advance careers in healthcare administration, nursing and public health.
Hone your talents and gain high-demand skills by earning one of SNHU's Liberal Arts Degrees online including Communication, English and History.
Data. Analysis. Research. Our math and science programs help build valuable skills that students can apply across industries.
Explore the inner workings of the human mind with the Psychology and Counseling College Degrees programs online or on campus at SNHU.
SNHU offers a range of online and campus Social Science Programs including History, Human Services, Psychology, Public Administration and Sociology.
In the everchanging field of technology, it’s important to keep up. At SNHU, our cutting-edge technology programs teach students how to create, secure and manage tech.
If you're not looking for a full degree program, you can still earn college credit by taking individual online courses. They're a fast, flexible, and affordable way to take a class you need, get skills for your career, or just explore the online learning experience.