Look around the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and it’s easy to see why we’re nationally recognized as a leading land, sea and space grant university.
Ninety-five percent of our full-time faculty not only hold PhD degrees, but they’re also world- and nationally-renowned scholars as passionate about teaching, research and public service as they are about advising and mentoring students.
Spark your intellectual interests with our outstanding academics. Explore biological systems, managing and conserving natural resources, improving agricultural profitability and sustainability, enhancing health and nutrition and fostering economic development. Choose from two-year associate degrees and four-year undergraduate bachelor degrees to masters and Ph.D degree programs.
Be actively engaged from the start. Get ahead of the game for the workplace and/or graduate school with help from the professionals at COLSA's St. Martin Career Exploration Office. Take your education international with one of our life-changing study abroad programs. Work side-by-side with faculty on high-level research.
Discover why we're number two in ecology research (Journal of Ecology), top five in agricultural programs (Farming Magazine), number eight in natural resources and conservation (USA Today Colleges) and number eight in environmental science (Schools.com).
You could say we are a hidden gem, right here in New Hampshire, nestled between the ocean and the mountains.
Your only decision? When to start!
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