UNH students study and work internationally on sustainability through a number of programs. For more information, contact the UNH Center for International Education.
UNH Managed Programs and UNH Exchange Programs Related to Sustainability
- Italy, Ascoli Piceno, EcoGastronomy: Fall semester study for the EcoGastronomy Dual Major at the UNH-in-Italy Program. Open to all students who have successfully completed Introduction to EcoGastronomy.
- France, Dijon, EcoGastronomy: Spring semester study for the EcoGastronomy Dual Major at the Burgundy School of Business. Open to all students who have successfully completed Introduction to EcoGastronomy.
- New Zealand, EcoQuest: Fall, spring or summer program of intensive, applied field studies in ecology, resource management and environmental policy.
- France, Dijon: Spring semester study for the EcoGastronomy Dual Major at the Burgundy School of Business. Open to all students who have successfully completed Introduction to EcoGastronomy.
- PBIO 615: Tropical Wetland Plant Ecology in Grenada, West Indies. 4-Credit course for students with an interest and background in botany, coastal ecology and restoration, and conservation. Prerequisites include BIO411/412. This field-based course taught in Grenada, West Indies, will provide an introduction to the physical, chemical and biological processes that form and sustain tropical coastal plant communities with an emphasis on mangroves and seagrasses. Contact Gregg Moore in the Dept of Biological Sciences for more information.
- POLT 543: The Politics of Costa Rica. 4 credit, 3-week UNH Political Science course is complemented with a 3 transfer credit Spanish language course offered through the Universidad Latina. For more than half a century, Costa Rica has been touted as the democratic success story of Central America. While the rest of the region has struggled to overcome authoritarian legacies, Costa Rica has been a trailblazer on the path to democracy. The successful establishment of democratic political institutions and political culture has been coupled with a series of other innovations, including the abolition of the military, investments in human capital, and the balance of economic development with sustainability. This course is designed to explore the many facets of Costa Rican exceptionalism. Under the direct onsite supervision of a UNH faculty member, students will combine the study of Costa Rican politics with field research in Costa Rica. This field research will include trips to government agencies and other political organizations, as well as periodic lectures by Costa Rican political actors and scholars. Contact Professor Mary Malone, 862-1406.
- Scotland, Edinburgh (CEPS): Spring courses in environmental and civil engineering at Heriot-Watt University.
- SW 897/797: Social Action in the Dominican Republic. 3-graduate credits or 4-undergraduate credit course in which students will examine the issues of race, culture, and social justice in the Dominican Republic, through the mediums of service work alongside our Dominican hosts, lectures, discussions, and assignments during UNH’s spring break. Open to graduate students in Social Work and undergraduate students studying social work and Spanish language. Contact Matthew Toms, course instructor, for more information.