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Graduate GSSP: Engineering and Computer Science

The Graduate Global Student Success Program (GSSP) is a two semester program designed for students who have completed a bachelor’s degree but need additional academic support to gain entry to University of New Hampshire's graduate degree programs in engineering and computer science.

Bachelor Degree


UNH master's degree program




Two semesters


May, August, January

Entry to Year 2 of Master’s Degree in:

Master of Engineering

Master of Science

Degree program components:

Up to 33 credits hours less 9 credit hours applied from the Graduate GSSP = 24 credit hours to complete the degree


Semester 1 Course title Credits
NAV 401 Navigating the Graduate GSSP -
NAV 402 Introduction to Graduate Research -
UNH GRAD Graduate level course in relevant department  3
Total credits 3
Semester 2 Course title Credits
NAV 403 Academic Communication for Graduate Students -
NAV 404 Intercultural Issues for Graduate Students -
UNH GRAD Graduate level course in relevant department 3
UNH GRAD Graduate level course in relevant department 3
Total credits 6
Total program credits 9

Program information

Entrance requirements:

  • Relevant undergraduate engineering degree 2.70+ GPA
  • TOEFL 70+ / IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5)

Progression requirements

  • B average (3.0 GPA) with no single grade below B-
  • No GRE is required for entry or progression
  • Graduate GSSP credit hours applied to degrees: 9

Total credits required for the below degrees:

  • Chemical Engineering (30 credit hours)
  • Civil Engineering (30 credit hours)
  • Electrical Engineering (30 credit hours)
  • Mechanical Engineering (32 credit hours)
  • Computer Science (30-33 credit hours)


Year International Students


2 semester Tuition - $27,944

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