For international students who have been accepted into an undergraduate degree program at SNHU, Undergraduate Language Studies (ULS) is a pathway program that combines academic skills development, English language study, and academic coursework to provide a scaffold of support for international students beginning their credit-bearing undergraduate level coursework.
While participating in the ULS program, students also enroll in one undergraduate academic course (two intensive courses during the Summer term). ULS meets in the Fall, Spring, and Summer (15-week) semesters. Students attend classes four times per week for a total of 180 hours per semester. ULS courses are capped at 12, and the minimum enrollment is five students. Grading follows the SNHU letter grade system and grades are solicited by and submitted to the Office of the University Registrar.
Courses within the ULS program highlight:
Additional ULS program benefits include: