Sophomore Resources

the making of sophomore year a paul college wildcat

The Making of a Paul College Wildcat

Sophomore year is an exciting time but it can feel overwhelming because of the sheer number of possibilities.  Together, the Undergraduate Advising & Programs Office can work with you to uncover what lies ahead and how to explore all the neat stuff you have access to!  Remember, there are lots of channels you can leverage if you’re interested in or passionate about an area—you can learn, grown, and gain from experiences inside and outside of the classroom.   

 

Our Charge to You: Explore!

  • Sophomore year is a great time to see what’s possible
  • Plans change and that’s OK
  • If you’re interested in something, give it a try!
  • Not sure where to start?  Make an appointment with your advisor

 

Questions to Consider...

  • What have you tried that you’d be interested in doing more of?
  • What experiences do you want to have while you’re at UNH?
  • What skills have you learned that you could see shaping a career around? 

Departmental & Option Information Session Schedule

information session schedule

 

 

Important Information about upcoming sessions:

  • Use this Zoom link 
  • The Zoom link is the same for all information sessions
  • Sessions will be recorded and posted on this page afterward (don't worry if you miss one!)

Session Information:

Session Day & Time Zoom link
Entrepreneurial Studies 10/19 at 7 PM Zoom
Marketing 10/19 at 7:45 PM Zoom
Finance 10/21 at 7 PM Zoom
Accounting 10/21 at 7:45 PM Zoom
Hotel & Hospitality Management 10/26 at 6:15 PM Zoom
Management 10/26 at 7 PM Zoom
International Business & Economics 10/27 at 7 PM Zoom
Economics (BS & BA) 10/28 at 7 PM Zoom
Information Systems & Business Analytics 10/28 at 7:45 PM Zoom

 

Use These Resources as a Place to Start

This is a curated list and while it’s not exhaustive (there’s so much cool stuff at UNH!), use it as a beginning to your exploration journey.  And remember: things intersect and groups and organizations are inclusive. There’s lots you can combine depending on your interests and passions.  Take the time to see what’s out there. 

Potential Paul Paths: A Guide for Sophomores

Economics

Option Information Session

Clubs & Organizations Opportunities Resources
Accounting Student Association Internships National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
    Accounting Faculty 
    CaPS
Economics

Option Information Session

Clubs & Organizations Opportunities Resources
Atkins Investment Group Green Real Estate minor Bloomberg Terminal Certification 
  Finance Tracks  Finance Faculty
Economics

Information Session:

 

Economics

Option Information Session

Economics
Economics

Option Information Session

Clubs & Organizations Opportunities Resources
Human Resource Association Communication minor Management Faculty
  Leadership minor  
Economics
Clubs & Organizations Opportunities Resources
Marketing & Advertising Club MAC SMAC Marketing Faculty
Professional Sales Group Design Studies minor  National Retail Federation
Sales Club Psychology minor  
Voice Z Sales minor  

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Popular & Powerful Pursuits Outside of Paul

Sophomore Need-to-Knows

Course Catalog

Minors

  • A minor is typically made up of (at least) five courses (20 credits)
  • You can overlap two courses (eight credits) between your major and minor
  • Minors are declared when you’re in your final minor course(s)
  • They appear on your transcript (not your diploma)
Course Catalog

Cognates

  • A cognate is made up of three courses (12 credits)
  • Cognates are declared when you’re in your final cognate course(s)
  • They appear on your transcript (not your diploma)
Course Catalog

Dual Majors

  • A dual major is a program of study that needs to be paired with a student’s primary major (it can’t “stand alone”)
  • Most dual majors typically entail eight courses
  • You must declare your dual major in Degree Works
  • They appear on your diploma and transcript
Course Catalog

BIP (Business in Practice)

  • The Business in Practice Program is Paul’s experiential learning lab
  • These two-credit courses give you the opportunity to explore an academic and/or professional interest in a hands-on way
  • Topics change each semester
Course Catalog

Course Catalog

  • The Catalog contains everything about every program currently offered at UNH
  • Not sure how to use this tool?  Watch the video below for some easy and useful ways to glean information from the Catalog