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New Hampshire is a public graduate school in Durham, New Hampshire. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 2,358 graduate students. Of the 58 graduate programs offered at University of New Hampshire, 4 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of New Hampshire are Business, Social Work, and High School Education. 45% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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University of New Hampshire Graduate Reviews

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I am an out of state student and feel that while I was paying twice the amount for tuition than in-state students, (presumably to compensate for the fact that some of my needs may be different given my residence being further away), the program was not individualized for out of state needs and I had to fight for things I wanted every step of the way. In addition, it has been to report professors I felt were not doing their job. It does not feel like a supportive environment wigth the exception of a few redeeming professors.
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I attended the University of New Hampshire during my undergrad, 2011-2015 and graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology, in Athletic Training, and I can honestly say, I feel honored to have graduated from such an institution. The curriculum that I followed was like no other, it was 'intense' and hard but allowed me to develop more skills that I knew I could learn. I was taught to act quickly and calm in difficult situation, I was taught interpersonal skills and with so much money behind my degree, attending UNH allowed me to figure out what is important.
All the professions, no matter if they were associated with my program or not, were very helpful and understanding and encouraged office hours if someone was falling behind. I felt like someone body other than myself wanted me to succeed.
In regards to the social life, there is a lot it, and that sure is not a bad thing! I gained some of my best friends while at UNH and I couldn't be more thankful.
The professors are great and it is clear they value the students' education. I have noticed the part-time MBA program is shifting more online which can make it challenging to take classes on campus. Overall, I would recommend this program for someone who is looking to obtain their MBA while still working a full-time job.