Degree programs

We offer one-on-one support to learners enrolled in Southern New Hampshire University’s accredited degree programs. Our individualized and personalized pathways are designed to maximize learner success, supporting students’ progress towards degree completion and career advancement.

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Work towards your bachelor's.
Earn your associate degree along the way.

A unique offering of our program: while working on the 120 credits to earn your bachelor’s degree, you earn your associate degree at the halfway point after your first 60 credits.

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Programs

Business Management

Learn the skills you need to plan, direct, and coordinate the diverse operations of modern organizations. These include formulating processes, managing daily operations, overseeing financial management, and planning the use of materials and human resources.

Degrees in program (click to view credits):

Associated careers*:
  • Management analyst
    ($102k median salary)
  • Social and community service manager
    ($82k median salary)
  • Financial specialist
    ($77k median salary)
  • Human resources specialist
    ($75k median salary)
*Refers to relevant career paths based on bachelor's degree. Salaries typically require several years of experience.
Source: BLS 2017

Healthcare Management

This degree prepares students to be effective healthcare administrators, whether in hospitals, private practices, pharmaceutical or research organizations, insurance companies, non-profits, or government agencies. Develop the skills you need for a wide range of rewarding non-clinical healthcare jobs.

Degrees in program (click to view credits):

Associated careers*:
  • Medical and health services manager
    ($115k median salary)
  • Medical records technician
    ($59k median salary)
  • Community health worker
    ($47k median salary)
  • Healthcare support worker
    ($35k median salary)
*Refers to relevant career paths based on bachelor's degree. Salaries typically require several years of experience.
Source: BLS 2017

Communications

A communications degree is valuable and versatile in a world of ever-evolving modes of communication. In this program, you'll learn how to excel at optimizing the channels and information sources employers deal with everyday including social media, mobile technology, and big data.

Degrees in program (click to view credits):

Associated careers*:
  • Marketing specialist
    ($87k median salary)
  • Human resources specialist
    ($75k median salary)
  • Public relations specialist
    ($62k median salary)
  • Fundraiser
    ($62k median salary)
*Refers to relevant career paths based on bachelor's degree. Salaries typically require several years of experience.
Source: BLS 2017