Test Drive Our MBA Program

MBA students working on a group project

Ready to take the first step toward your MBA?

UNH Paul College is so confident that you'll love our Online or Part-Time Hybrid MBA programs that for a limited time we will cover the cost of your second course! This offer is available for Fall 2023 courses starting on August 28, 2023.

Am I eligible?
Students must have a bachelor's degree, work experience, and cannot be currently enrolled in a UNH graduate program. 

How do I enroll?
Step 1
Complete our Test Drive our MBA Program Form which requires a copy of your resume to be uploaded. Upon submission, our Associate Director Annie Nevells in the Paul College Graduate Programs Office will review your materials to determine eligibilty. This form needs to be submitted by no later than August 18, 2023.

Step 2
If you are approved, you will register through UNH Continuing Education as a new non-degree student. You will need to complete a non-degree registration form and email it to Registrars.Office@unh.edu and copy Annie.Nevells@unh.edu or bring it to the UNH Office of the Registrar, Stoke Hall Room 180, 11 Garrison Avenue, Durham, NH 03824. 

Step 3
The Paul College Graduate Programs Office will apply a tuition waiver to your account for the second course after you have successfully completed the first course (grade of B- or better) and register for the second course. Please continue to work with Annie Nevells throughout this process.

Continuing into the MBA Degree Program
To continue into the MBA, you will need to officially apply to the program. As a benefit of this offer, you will be provided an application fee waiver code. Once you are admitted into the MBA program, the Graduate Programs Office will fill out a form to officially transfer in the two courses you took as a continuing education student to satisfy graduation requirements.

What courses are available?
For more details like course content and instructor, click on the bolded course codes below. Please note that there are limited seats available for each class.

Term 1 (August 28 - October 20)

ADMN 912 Managing Yourself and Leading Others
ADMN 926 Leveraging Technology for Competitive Advantage
ADMN 801 U.S. Healthcare System
ADMN 882 Managing Growth and Innovation
ADMN 842 Project Management

ADMN 912 Managing Yourself and Leading Others
Mondays from 5:40-9:15pm in Durham
ADMN 919 Accounting/Financial Reporting, Budgeting, and Analysis
Mondays from 5:40-9:15pm in Manchester

Term 2 (October 30 - December 22)

ADMN 845 Supply Chain Management
ADMN 960 Marketing/Building Customer Value

ADMN 926 Leveraging Technology for Competitive Advantage
Thursdays from 5:40-9:15pm in Durham