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Southern New Hampshire University Online

440 Reviews

Salary Score

Bachelor's

 79

Master's

 41

Doctoral

N/A

60% of 440 students said this degree improved their career prospects
63% of 440 students said they would recommend this school to others

Salary Score for Online Degrees at Southern New Hampshire University Online

Associate's Degrees

Computer and Information Sciences, General $15,833 $46,451 98
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $13,000 $35,619 98
Business Administration, Management and Operations $18,375 $41,183 96
Criminal Justice and Corrections $16,480 $35,932 74
Accounting and Related Services $17,845 $31,258 50

Bachelor's Degrees

Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other Not Reported $71,552 98
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $12,557 $48,678 98
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General $12,574 $57,436 97
Business Administration, Management and Operations $22,000 $52,197 88
Natural Resources Conservation and Research $19,354 $39,593 88
English Language and Literature, General $19,918 $33,843 85
Psychology, General $21,415 $33,208 83
Criminal Justice and Corrections $21,634 $40,917 83
Marketing $23,250 $47,292 82
Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication $20,255 $40,928 81
Health and Medical Administrative Services $24,084 $45,661 78
Finance and Financial Management Services $20,917 $55,580 76
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $15,816 $72,753 76
History $20,916 $33,806 74
Human Services, General $20,916 $34,785 69
Design and Applied Arts $21,958 $37,976 68
Mathematics $16,985 $48,557 64
International Business $25,482 $48,883 63
Specialized Sales, Merchandising and Marketing Operations $22,500 $37,771 59
Public Health $18,744 $34,495 57
Social Sciences, General $19,825 $33,311 53
Accounting and Related Services $23,500 $46,867 45
Computer and Information Sciences, General $28,250 $54,280 44
Rhetoric and Composition/Writing Studies $22,000 $26,207 40
Political Science and Government $21,750 $30,198 30
Computer Software and Media Applications $20,181 $30,070 25

Master's Degrees

Curriculum and Instruction $32,800 $51,984 65
Education, General Not Reported $53,200 64
Accounting and Related Services $45,100 $61,847 63
History $41,000 $37,992 49
Educational Administration and Supervision $36,900 $54,002 45
Business Administration, Management and Operations $43,089 $67,717 45
Criminal Justice and Corrections $41,240 $48,635 44
Homeland Security $32,800 $62,371 43
Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication $45,650 $49,326 38
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods $32,800 $75,875 36
Psychology, General $41,000 $40,964 36
Finance and Financial Management Services $41,253 $67,435 33
Public Health $32,783 $47,217 32
Marketing $41,000 $51,592 31
English Language and Literature, General $42,936 $40,592 30
Health and Medical Administrative Services $38,801 $56,688 30
Human Resources Management and Services $44,729 $54,587 29
Computer and Information Sciences, General $45,659 $64,617 17
Economics $36,304 $51,947 16
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $36,900 $38,945 13

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Michael Watt

Reviewed: 2/3/2023

Degree: History

I attended SNHU originally to complete my associate's degree. Then to finish a BA in Political Science / History. They were very transfer-friendly and allowed many ways to earn credits instead of needing to sit through an entire semester. They allow you to take Sophia, CLEP, and use your life skills for college credit. I left SNHU and got into multiple tier 1 master's programs elsewhere. SNHU really changed my life, and for this, I am grateful. As for my career, since graduating from SNHU, I started... Read More

Cathryn Daisy

Reviewed: 1/23/2023

Degree: Data Analytics

Like any education - you get what you put in. I am working on my Bachelor's in Data Analytics while working in as a Data Analyst. These class are tough. I have an instructor for stats right now who reviews our Statistical work coded in Jupyter notebook and and leaves us a voice message each week on our work detailing what we did right and where we may have gone wrong. Not all teachers are this hands on, but the amount of relative information I am learning is so inspiring. Perhaps I am unique because... Read More

Marisa Romas

Reviewed: 12/10/2022

Degree: Communications

My experience has been excellent! I saw a review saying they accept you without any relevant information such as a high school transcript or college transfer transcript and that is NOT true. I was required to send both before being accepted. Online school is not easy - you need the self motivation to do it. No one is going to hold your hand to get it done. I’ve been at universities the traditional way and the courses online are just as competitive if not more. It is in no way “easy” because it’s... Read More

George

Reviewed: 12/7/2022

Degree: Psychology

I consider SNHU to be a great choice! This is the best online school out there! I found out about this opportunity from an article https://sharksmind.com/online-computer-programming-degree/. I have absolutely loved my experience at SNHU! From my amazing advisor to the instructors, to the Financial Aid office. They are helpful, knowledgeable, and caring. I am receiving a great education, with challenging module assignments, classmates that helped me learn, and instructors that were ALWAYS available.... Read More

RP

Reviewed: 11/27/2022

Degree: Anthropology

I am nearing the end of my first year at SNHU as a full time online student. It has been fantastic. The application and enrollment process was the easiest of any school I have attended. The online platform SNHU currently uses is Brightspace. Going from Canvas to Brightspace was a little confusing, but ultimately simpler and more user friendly. Before term starts there is a walkthrough tutorial on how to use it so if you read a review where someone complains about the online set up, it's likely because... Read More

NICOLA SMITH

Reviewed: 11/7/2022

Degree: Criminal Justice

I will be graduating in January of 2023, and my experience at SNHU has been great. I actually enjoy the way they have the curriculum set up for you for every class. You work towards your end goal of completing each final in a methodic way. I have never experienced that before at any other college. Most of my classmates that I have interacted with during my studies feel the same way. I have read through a few of the negative reviews, and these people give some lame excuses for not completing their... Read More

Brian Freeman

Reviewed: 11/4/2022

Degree: Human Services

I will make this short and sweet. SNHU is a great school, with a great system if you apply yourself. It's just like any other institution of higher learning; you will be successful if you put in the effort. The students who complain, were never scholars anyway, and make excuses and try to blame SNHU for their lack of knowledge and perseverance. Online courses are harder, because you don't have anyone there to hold your hand and guide you along the way. If you need this, you need to attend your classes... Read More

LH2022

Reviewed: 11/1/2022

Degree: Communications

I got both my BA and MA from SNHU and had an amazing experience all the way around. My take on it is this: people need to determine what on-line learning environment works best for them, in addition to price shopping, time commitment, and of course, accreditation. I chose SNHU because I am an introvert whose day job takes all of my energy. I'm also a self-starter and very autonomous. I love to write and will write papers/create relevant projects all day long rather than take tests that don't prove... Read More

Shane P.

Reviewed: 10/9/2022

Degree: History

I have been with SNHU for several years, transferring in from a Community College. Prior to that, I attended a private four year liberal arts college for two semesters, which is what SNHU started out as before investing heavily into their online program. So, I have a good idea of how the university world works. In addition, I currently work in a public university in the midwest. In short, I am no stranger to college. That being said, I want to clarify a few things I have noticed in the reviews: 1)... Read More

Dustin

Reviewed: 10/3/2022

Degree: Software Engineering

I think it's fair to say that every school has their problems. SNHU has a dozen classes in my major they should just toss in the garbage and rebuild... so basically most of them. The instructors are hit and miss, but it doesn't matter, you will not likely talk to them. I should graduate soon, but honestly, this was a huge waste of time and money.