University of New Hampshire
United States of America
Established in 1866, the University of New Hampshire is a public research university located in the New Hampshire, United States of America. It has three different campuses, Durham UNH main campus, Manchester UNH city campus, Concord UNH School of Law. It is one of the nine space, land and sea grant universities in the USA and is the largest university in the state.
The university comprises of 11 schools and college such as Carsey School of Public Policy, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, College of Health and Human Services, College of Liberal Arts, College of Life Sciences and agriculture, Cooperative extension, Graduate School, School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, Peter T. Paul College of Business and economics, Thompson School of Applied Science, UNH Manchester, UNH School of Law. University of New Hampshire provides more than 200 programs and the most popular majors at University of New Hampshire include: Business Administration and Management; Psychology; Speech Communication and Rhetoric; Biomedical Sciences; and English Language and Literature. The university utilizes a semester based academic calendar.
The total student population at UNH is more than 15,300 of which over 13,000 are enrolled in undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the university is 18:1 and the acceptance rate of 79%.
University’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center is renowned for research and creation of innovative ocean mapping technologies. It is also known as a premiere space plasma physics university, supplying instruments to various space missions. It is the first university in the country to make landfill gas its primary fuel.
Notable Alumni: John Anderson (ESPN Sports Center host), Major Garrett (National correspondent, Fox News Channel), Debbye Turner (Veterinarian and former Miss America)
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