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New England College On-Campus Programs

What do on-campus academics at New England College look like? We call them “experiential,” but what does that really mean? It means our programs are rooted in experience, from experienced faculty who are experts in their fields to hands-on learning experiences that prepare students for the real world.

And faculty involvement doesn’t end when class does. Faculty/student collaboration is critical at New England College, as we work alongside each other to learn, grow, and succeed. On-campus students can also embark on faculty-led study-away trips to gain additional knowledge of their programs and the world around them. These trips are available at no extra cost to students.

Learning by doing. That’s how students discover who they are and who they want to be.

Bachelor’s | Undergraduate Minors | Master’s

On-Campus Bachelor’s Degrees

3D Studies | BFA

Accounting | BS

Animation | BFA

Art | BA

Fine Arts | BA
Media Arts | BA

Biology | BS

Conservation Biology | BS

Business Administration | BA

Accounting | BA
Marketing | BA
Strategic Sales Management │ BA

Ceramics | BFA

Comic Arts | BFA

Communication Studies | BA

Computer Information Systems | BS

Creative Writing | BA

Criminal Justice | BA

Education | BA

Elementary Education K–8 | BA
General Special Education K–12 | BA
Physical Education K–12 | BA
Secondary Education—English 5–12 | BA
Secondary Education—Life Science 7–12 | BA
Secondary Education—Social Studies 5–12 | BA
Theatre Education K–12

Non-certification Concentration
Educational Communities | BA

Environmental Science | BS

Environmental Studies and Sustainability | BA

Fine Arts | BFA

Game and Digital Media Design | BS

Graphic and Communication Design | BFA

Health Science | BS

History | BA

Illustration | BFA

Integrated Studies in Philosophy and Literature | BA

Kinesiology | BA

Outdoor Education | BA

Photography | BFA

Political Science | BA

Printmaking | BFA

Psychology | BA

Human Services | BA

Sport and Recreation Management | BA

Theatre | BA

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On-Campus Undergraduate Minors

Art History


Business Administration



Coaching (Kinesiology)

Comic Arts

Communication Studies

Creative Writing

Criminal Justice

Environmental Communication

Environmental Science

Fine Art Drawing and Painting

Graphic and Communication Design


Homeland Security


Outdoor Education


Political Science



Social Work

Sport and Recreation Management

Studio Art


Women’s and Gender Studies

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On-Campus Master’s Degrees

Business Administration | MBA

Computer Information Systems | MBA
Executive MBA | Hybrid Program | MBA
Project Management | MBA
Health Informatics | MBA
Strategic Leadership | MBA

Clinical Mental Health Counseling | MS

Computer Information Systems | MS

Data Modeling and Analytics | MS
Networking | MS
PegaSystems | MS
Programming | MS
Project Management | MS
Web Technologies | MS

Creative Writing | MFA

Dual-genre Track | MFA
Fiction Track | MFA
Non-fiction Track | MFA
Poetry Track | MFA
Writing for Stage and Screen Track | MFA

Applied Data Analytics | MS (full-time on-campus program)

Applied Data Analytics | MS (part-time hybrid program, weekly Manchester campus or virtual requirement)

Health Informatics | MS

Higher Education Administration | MS (hybrid program with 50%  on-campus requirement)

Human Services | MS

Information Technology (IT) and Cybersecurity—Executive | MS (hybrid program with low-residency requirement)

Teacher Certification

Elementary Education K–8
General Special Education K–12
Physical Education K–12
Secondary Education—English 5–12
Secondary Education—Life Science 7–12
Secondary Education—Social Studies 5–12
Theatre Education K–12

Visual Arts | MFA (low-residency program)

Photography/Time Based Art
Sculptural Practices/Installation Practices/Ceramics

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And students who choose on-campus programs can take advantage of everything our two campuses offer. Our Henniker campus offers a friendly college town full of natural beauty that is close to the mountains and lakes. Our Manchester campus is in the heart of a thriving city full of shops, restaurants, galleries, and parks. Either way, students can enjoy athletics, theatre, civic engagement, and plenty of clubs and activities to make the most of their on-campus experience.