Academics

Classroom academics

The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences offers a full array of Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees in engineering, mathematics, computer science, chemistry, earth science and physics as well as interdisciplinary programs in materials science, environmental engineering and ocean engineering. The College’s emphasis on interdisciplinary, fundamental education, research, and hands-on learning allows our students to transform theory into practice.

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Programs of Study
Programs of Study

Exceptional academic programs infused with real-world learning and experiences.

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Honors Program
Honors Program

An enhanced academic experience for intellectually motivated students.

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Education Abroad
Education Abroad

The opportunities to study away from the UNH campus are almost endless.

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Undergraduate Research
Undergraduate Research

Find opportunities for working with faculty on various research projects.

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  • Prof. Francois Foucart, Department of Physics, joins the IAM Faculty Group
    Francois Foucart moved from Europe to the US in 2005, after finishing undergraduate degrees in Engineering and Applied Physics at the Free University of Brussels and the Ecole Centrale in Paris. He completed his Ph.D. at Cornell, with work focusing on numerical methods for the study of colliding...
    Prof. Francois Foucart, Department of Physics, joins the IAM Faculty Group
    Francois Foucart moved from Europe to the US in 2005, after finishing undergraduate degrees in Engineering and Applied Physics at the Free University of Brussels and the Ecole Centrale in Paris. He completed his Ph.D. at Cornell, with work focusing on numerical methods for the study of colliding...
  • Assistant Professor Tracy Mandel
    awarded Lorenz G. Straub Award for most meritorious PhD thesis in hydraulic engineering, ecohydraulics, or related fields.
    Assistant Professor Tracy Mandel
    awarded Lorenz G. Straub Award for most meritorious PhD thesis in hydraulic engineering, ecohydraulics, or related fields.
  • Professor Linder completes the 2019 Boston Marathon
    Professor Ernst Linder successfully completed the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15. To say that Linder runs pretty fast is an understatement. His overall time was 3:08:53, putting him at a 07:13 pace.  “Over the last 10 years I started running to work and back, about 2.6 to 3 miles each way....
    Professor Linder completes the 2019 Boston Marathon
    Professor Ernst Linder successfully completed the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15. To say that Linder runs pretty fast is an understatement. His overall time was 3:08:53, putting him at a 07:13 pace.  “Over the last 10 years I started running to work and back, about 2.6 to 3 miles each way....
  • The computer science department is proud to announce that three of our faculty are highlighted in the 2019 issue of Spark, UNH's research review. Momotaz Begum has been awarded a National Science Foundation Grant along with faculty from the College of Health and Human Services,  Laura Dietz...
    The computer science department is proud to announce that three of our faculty are highlighted in the 2019 issue of Spark, UNH's research review. Momotaz Begum has been awarded a National Science Foundation Grant along with faculty from the College of Health and Human Services,  Laura Dietz...
  • Meet Our Faculty: Erin Bell
    In her own words, Erin Bell describes her journey to becoming an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.
    Meet Our Faculty: Erin Bell
    In her own words, Erin Bell describes her journey to becoming an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.