Engineers solve some of our most pressing problems and contribute to our lives in many other ways: cleaning up pollution, restoring the urban infrastructure, developing more productive manufacturing techniques, conserving energy, building faster computers, producing biochemicals using genetically altered microorganisms, and designing buildings that are both efficient and aesthetic. At UNH, students learn to transform theory into practice.
Computer, Mathematic and Physical Science Degrees
Mathematicians and physical scientists are dedicated to decoding the mysteries of the physical universe. At UNH, the search for the laws that govern this universe take students and faculty members from the infinitesimal to the infinite, from the study of subatomic particles to the exploration of distant galaxies. Along the way, scientists also help to solve some of society's most perplexing technical problems.
|Earth & Environmental Science||Ph.D.|
|Earth Sciences Teaching||B.A.|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Minor||M.S.|
|Environmental Engineering (Industrial Processes)||B.S.|
|Environmental Engineering (Municipal Processes)||B.S.|
|Integrated Applied Mathematics||Ph.D.|
|Software Systems Engineering||Cert|