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Undergrad Pathway to Business and Economics

The highly regarded undergraduate programs at the Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics prepare students for careers in Business, Economics and Hospitality Management. Navitas at UNH offers courses equivalent to the 1st year of a bachelor's degree at UNH.

High School

 

Enter year 2 @ UNH

 

Location

Duration

Two or three semesters

Intakes

January, May, August

Pathway to Degree in:

Bachelor of Arts

  • Economics with an option in:
    • Global Trade and Finance
    • Money and Financial Markets
    • Public Policy and Sustainability

Bachelor of Science

  • Business Administration with a mandatory option in:
    • Accounting
    • Entrepreneurial Studies
    • Finance
    • Information Systems and Business Analytics
    • International Business and Economics
    • Management
    • Marketing
    • Student Designed Option
  • Economics
  • Hospitality Management

 

Degree program components

128 credit hours less 36 credit hours applied from Navitas = 92 credit hours remaining towards degree

Semester 1 Course title Credits
ESL 440* Bridge English* 8
MATH 425 Calculus I 4
NAV 101 or 102 Integrated Learning Skills 0
Total credits 12
Semester 2 Course title Credits
ESL 450* Academic English* 4
ECON 401 Principles of Economics (Macro) 4
Elective course See Elective courses list 4
Total credits 12
Semester 3 Course title Credits
ENG 401A First Year Writing 4
ECON 402 Principles of Economics (Micro) 4
Elective course See Elective courses list 4
Total credits 12
Total Navitas program credits 36

 

Program information

Entrance requirements:

Progression requirements

  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 in final IUTP semester
  • No grade lower than C- in ECON 401/402 and Math 425
  • Minimum 28 credits earned during IUTP

Elective courses (choose two)

  • CS 408– Living a Networked World
  • ECE 444 – Bionics: Technology from Nature
  • HIST 410 – Historical Survey of American Civilization
  • MATH 418 – Pre-Calculus†
  • MATH 426 – Calculus II
  • MUSI 405 – Survey of Music in America
  • PHYS 405 – Intro to Modern Astronomy
  • POLT 401 – Politics and Society

* These courses are required for students who do not meet the prerequisite for ENG 401A.
† For students who do not meet the math prerequisite for Calculus I

 

Fees

Year International Students

2017

One Year Tuition (2 or 3 Semesters) - $28,800

 

Popular Careers for Graduates

  • Banking and Financial Services
  • Hospitality Management
  • Journalism
  • International Business
  • Public Service
  • Diplomatic Corps
  • Advertising
  • Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • Government Administration
  • Nonprofit Management
  • Sales
  • Public Relations
  • Tourism