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Granite State College

25 Hall Street
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 855-GSC4ALL

Bachelor's, Master's, and Teacher Certification:

Our degree programs are designed for working adults. We know that you’re balancing many personal and professional responsibilities. That’s why we offer fully online degree programs. With degrees in high-demand fields, classes that keep you engaged, regional accreditation, and faculty and staff who are dedicated to your success, you can feel confident that your education at Granite State College will help you reach your unique goals.

Bachelor's Degrees:

Our nationally and regionally accredited bachelor’s degree programs are designed specifically for working adults.

With a variety of majors that are relevant to today’s workforce, finishing your bachelor’s degree will expand your professional opportunities. For aspiring educators, our bachelor’s degrees with teacher certification options prepare you to launch your career as a teacher.

Regardless of major, when you take advantage of transfer credit and prior learning, you may find that your degree is closer than you think.

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Master's Degrees:

Our master’s degrees in Leadership, Project Management, and Health Care Management are designed to help you advance your career.
Our master’s degree programs are built around the demands of today’s business environment and applicable to leading industries like Health Care, Business, and Information Technology. These strong industry ties help us support your career goals by delivering a rich educational experience that’s valuable in today’s job market.

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Teacher Certifications:

Our Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification (PBTC) programs are designed for students who have completed a bachelor’s degree and are seeking New Hampshire Teaching Certification.

The PBTC programs offer teacher certifications with concentrations in the critical shortage area for teachers in the State of New Hampshire. We also offer additional certifications for already certified teachers. Those holding an initial teaching certification can earn additional or advanced certifications in as few as 18-29 credits.

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