Departments

  • Grapes

    Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems

    At the College’s Department of Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems, we are dedicated to offering programs designed for students interested in any of the broad range of exciting and challenging careers that are critical for providing current and future generations with adequate amounts of nutritious food through efficient, sustainable agriculture and food systems.

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  • Zoology class from Biological Sciences on lake

    Biological Sciences

    Our focus is on organismal biology in the basic and applied sciences, encompassing physiology, behavior, ecology, and evolutionary biology. Faculty in our department study a wide range of organisms from freshwater, marine, and terrestrial ecosystems. Our location near the Atlantic coastline and the White Mountains provides numerous opportunities for field-based research. 

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  • Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Biomedical Sciences

    Molecular, Cellular, and Biomedical Sciences

    Our strength in biochemistry, genomics, microbiology, and the biomedical sciences at both the basic and applied levels creates the foundation for students at all levels to explore the wonders of the life sciences. With our new organization, we anticipate growth in our research competitiveness and emergence of new course offerings, particularly in the fields of genetics, bioinformatics and clinical medicine. 

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  • Students walking in college woods at UNH

    Natural Resources and the Environment

    The Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, integrates the applied social sciences and natural resources sciences, enabling a more holistic, integrated approach to education, research, and outreach about use and conservation of resources.  

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  • thompson school of applied science

    Thompson School of Applied Science

    Small Classes. Engaged Faculty. Hands-on experience. Programs that prepare you to succeed in your career of choice or continue your education to a four-year degree program.

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