Why Study Health and Human Services at UNH?


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Imagine yourself at UNH’s College of Health and Human Services (CHHS), where you’ll study and practice in state-of-the-art classrooms and labs to develop the knowledge and skills needed to become a key player in a high-demand job sector. At CHHS, you’ll begin making a difference in people’s lives even before you graduate.

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Success rate six months
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Undergraduate students in
health and human services programs

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CHHS centers and institutes

What sets us apart:

As a CHHS student, you can work with Division 1 athletes on your path to becoming a trainer, study in acclaimed social work, nursing or occupational therapy programs and gain experience working with real clients in the field. And that’s just the beginning.

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Spirit of Collaboration

Whatever you’re curious about, you can delve deep into research here.

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Interconnected Research

Chase Retrosi knew he wanted to be an educator. At CHHS, he found his passion.

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Real-world Research

Mia Holm’s athletic training major is paving the way to her career as a physical therapist.

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What will you study?

Whether you want to study health or recreation management and policy, focus on human development and family studies, help people overcome communication disorders, become an expert in all things sports, exercise or physical education or study nursing, occupational therapy or social work, we have a program for you.

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