Best Business Schools in New Hampshire

Also known as School of Business, a Business School is an education institution that offers bachelor or graduate degrees in management or business administration. This page lists all accredited business schools in New Hampshire that provide full-time or part-time graduate business education leading to an MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree.

Dartmouth College (Tuck)(NH)
Tuck School of Business
100 Tuck Hall Hanover, NH 03755-9000
Admissions Phone: (603) 646-3162
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University of New Hampshire (Whittemore) (NH)
Whittemore School of Business and Economics
McConnell Hall, 15 College Road Durham, NH 03824
Admissions Phone: (603) 862-1367
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New Hampshire – State information

State name New Hampshire
State nickname Granite State
Capital Concord
Largest city Manchester
Area 24,214 km 2
Population 1 323 459
Joined the Union June 21, 1788
The biggest cities Concord
Natural attractions Mount Washington, Lake Winnipesaukee
Main industries engineering, electronics, plastics, tourism

New Hampshire in northern New England was first inhabited by Europeans in the 17th century. The English Protestants who settled here named their new home after the English county of Hampshire. The first settlements founded in the 1920s also bore the names of the settlers’ original residence – Portsmouth (on the coast), Exeter and Dover. The second wave of Scottish and Irish Presbyterian immigrants followed, who founded the cities of Londonderry and Dublin.¬†See New Hampshire abbreviation.

New Hampshire became an independent royal colony in 1679, but border disputes with other colonies continued for the following century. In 1774, the people of New Hampshire actively defended the British at New Castle, where they seized Fort William and Fort Mary. New Hampshire was actively involved in the War of Independence and declared its own Declaration of Independence a few weeks before the National Declaration of 1776.

New Hampshire still adheres strongly to traditional democratic institutions. There are well-known city meetings, which take place every year in all cities. Recently, in addition to the traditional textile and paper industry, the state has been supporting the development of new industries, in particular electrical engineering and electronics, plastics production and services. Lively tourism uses good ski terrains, picturesque landscapes and well-preserved old-world villages.

Business Schools in New Hampshire