Southern New Hampshire University
Southern New Hampshire University - Graduate (MS/PhD) Ratings|
|Total Grad Surveys||10|
|Avg years at University||2.0|
|Research Quality||B+ (7.4)|
|Research Availability||B+ (7.8)|
|Research Funding||B (6.9)|
|Graduate Politics||A- (8.2)|
|Errand Runners||A- (8.8)|
|Degree Completion||B+ (7.7)|
|Alternative pay [ta/gsi]||B+ (7.8)|
|Sufficient Pay||B+ (7.5)|
|Education Quality||A- (8.1)|
|Faculty Accessibility||A (8.9)|
|Useful Research||A- (8.4)|
|"Individual" treatment||A- (8.6)|
|Campus Beauty||B+ (7.8)|
|Campus Maintenance||A- (8.3)|
|University Resource/spending||A- (8.3)|
|Surrounding City||B (6.9)|
|Social Life/Environment||B+ (7.6)|
I am reading all the negative comments but they don't not provide examples on how much the school "sucks." And for the the genius who said Tufts did not have a business school, you are wrong because Tufts does offer business degrees in the Fletcher School. As for the housing it's decent with new dorms and the older dorms were built in the 1970s as compared to school who have dorms from centuries ago. There is plenty of parking if you don't park in the main lot. Either way do your own research and make up your own mind. You don't know the context or truth behind any comment which should be the criteria on which you choose a program.
Going to UNH? Good luck. I did my first year of undergard. studies at UNH and have hated every minute of it. The professors require you to make appointments just to ask them a question about class, and forget class participation in a room of more than 100 students. The UNH school of business is highly overrated, most of my courses at SNHU have been more challenging than the ones at UNH.
Please researc this school, look at its accredition, and maybe visit the campus to get your own oppinion on it.Good Luck Everybody !!!