Welcome to Southern New Hampshire University Message from the President In this catalog, you will ﬁnd descriptions of Southern New Hampshire University’s undergraduate programs and courses. A university catalog offers the most comprehensive description of any institution. Spend time with it and you will learn about SNHU’s history and mission, its services and outreach, its facilities and the many opportunities the university provides students for involvement in athletics, student clubs and other enriching activities. Read between the lines and you’ll discover much more. You will see what makes Southern New Hampshire University one of New England’s most exciting institutions — small classes; our entrepreneurial and innovative spirit; dedicated faculty who bring real-world experience to the classroom; professional programs that are nationally accredited and internationally recognized. Learning isn’t relegated only to the classroom. SNHU is a global university with students from 79 countries and boundless opportunities for you to travel and study abroad. With a strong service ethic, SNHU students work in the local community, help rebuild homes in the Gulf Region, and recently travelled to South Africa to set up computers in a township school. Others interned for international ﬁnance ﬁrms, for professional sports teams, and in schools. Leadership opportunities abound with campus organizations and clubs, on the playing ﬁeld, and in student government. SNHU is expanding its programs (adding Justice Studies most recently), completing new buildings, and hiring wonderful faculty. It is increasingly recognized as a school on the move. You can be part of the excitement. The ﬁrst impressions from my arrival here six years ago remain fresh in my memory: the sense of possibility and energy and the opportunity that comes with a university experience coupled with a friendliness and warmth that immediately made me feel at home. Spend some time with this catalog, spend some time on campus, and I think you’ll feel the same way.
Paul J. LeBlanc, President
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog
Published on Oct 19, 2009