There are a small number of schools included in the PayScale College Salary Report's list of the best graduate schools in New Hampshire. Our hope is that graduate students and applicants in the Granite State will gain a better understanding not just of which school will provide them with the best academic fit, but also a return on their own investment in a graduate degree -- leading to a more stable financial future.
Among the top graduate schools in New Hampshire, The University of New Hampshire-Main Campus, located in Durham, is a good bet when it comes to earning potential on our list for non-MBA master's degree programs. Go Wildcats!
If you are interested in pursuing an MBA rather than a non-MBA master's degree, you might start by looking at Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business, one of the top business schools in the country according to our own data. You may also consider Southern New Hampshire University's Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, where graduates can earn a median salary of roughly $100,000 after they have had 10 or more years of experience in the workforce.
Called the 'Granite State' for its abundance of granite formations, New Hampshire is the birthplace of the poet Robert Frost, war hero John Stark, astronaut Alan Shepard, and Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown. The state is also home to some of the most massive ski-worthy mountains on the East Coast, and winter sports are a popular pastime for locals and visitors alike.