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Southern New Hampshire University

Southern New Hampshire University is a private New Hampshire college; its main campus is located in Manchester. There are other SNHU campuses and centers located throughout the state in Brunswick, Nashua, Salem, and Portsmouth. The university was founded 80 years ago in Manchester, and is recognized today by U.S. News & World Report as a tier one university. Southern New Hampshire University online offers both hybrid and online courses to students with busy schedules. With more than 60 online bachelor degree programs, its very broad online educational offerings include everything from fashion merchandising to criminology. However, bachelor's degrees are not the only to be offered by SNHU; graduate and certificate options are also offered in several discipline areas. All SNHU's programs are accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (CIHE) of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

Keene State College

Another of New Hampshire's NEASC accredited online schools, Keene State College was established in 1909 in Keene. It is ranked in U.S. News and World Report's regional universities in the north category. Its enrollment consists of more than 5,000 students, most of whom are undergraduates. Keene's most popular majors in 2010 were business, education, management, marketing, psychology, and social services, according to U.S. News & World Report. Its online division includes both undergraduate and graduate online degree programs, in addition to certificate and professional development programs.

The University of New Hampshire

The University of New Hampshire is a land-, sea-, and space-grant educational institution that was founded in 1866 in Hanover. Today, its main campus is located in Durham, while its second campus lies in Manchester. The university makes over 100 majors available to its more than 15,000 students. U.S. News & World Report places the university in its tier one category and labels it as a university that is more selective. In addition to its traditional degrees, the University of New Hampshire online offers distance learning programs that enable students to receive course credits at their convenience. It includes online and hybrid courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in such subjects as business, justice studies, civil engineering, English, and political science.

Though there are innumerable benefits inherent in receiving your education online, work application, flexibility, and accessibility are among the most important. An online education allows hardworking parents, professionals, and high school graduates who cannot afford the time a traditional classroom education necessitates to get the education they want and deserve. And because online courses can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection, students can fit their education into their busy schedules. Also beneficial is that instead of learning new skills and applying them three or four years later in real-world situations, students can apply their newly acquired skills to their careers as they learn them.

During the 19th century, New Hampshire's economy ran on the shoe and textile industries, but its major industries today are manufacturing, tourism, forestry, and agriculture. Degrees helpful to careers in the state's manufacturing industry include operations management, quality assurance, and engineering. Given New Hampshire's rich history, tourism is also very popular; those interested in working in New Hampshire's tourism industry might choose a degree in tourism management, hotel management, or restaurant management. Forestry industry job seekers will find environmental science, ecology, conservation social sciences, biology, or forest science degrees helpful. Finally, New Hampshire citizens hoping to attain a career in its agricultural industry may seek animal science, agricultural science, or agricultural management.

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