Degree Programs

The Thompson School of Applied Science, established in 1895, is a division of the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture at the University of New Hampshire, offering the associate in applied science degree. We offer 9 degree programs with 12 concentrations that comprise a balance of professional, science-related, and general education courses in applied curriculums that prepare students to meet the specific demands of a technical or applied profession, continuing education, and the general demands of life.

Program Areas and Concentrations:

Applied Animal Science
Dairy Management
Equine Management
Small Animal Care

Applied Business Management

Civil Technology
Architectural Technology

Construction Management
Surveying and Mapping

Community Leadership

Culinary Arts and Nutrition
Culinary Arts
Dietetic Technology
Food & Beverage Management

Forest Technology

Horticultural Technology
Landscape Operations
Ornamental Horticulture

Integrated Agriculture Management 

Veterinary Technology

Putnam Hall on the UNH Campus