Global Student Success Program (GSSP)
Course numbers with the # symbol included (e.g. #400) have not been taught in the last 3 years.
GSSP 101 - Integrated Learning Skills
GSSP 102 - Integrated Learning Skills
GSSP 103 - Transition Orientation Program
GSSP 401 - Navigating the Graduate Student Pathway
This course was developed to assist international students in developing and enhancing skills needed for academic success at the University of New Hampshire. Students will be exposed to readings, individual and group work, class conversations and opportunities to interact with other graduate students, as well as faculty and staff. Additionally, students will visit various experts and facilities on campus that will support graduate student success. May not be taken for credit toward a graduate or bachelor's degree.
GSSP 402 - Academic Communication for Graduate Students
This course provides international students with the communicative skills needed to successfully engage in the worlds of academia and professionalism. It includes skills in interpersonal communication, small group participation, graduate-level presentations and research discussions in various academic disciplines. Students are afforded opportunities to utilize the skills learned in this course. May not be taken for credit toward a graduate or bachelor's degree.
GSSP 403 - Research Methods for Graduate Students
Research Methods for Graduate Students provides international graduate students, new to the University, with specific resources, support, and programming to allow for successful transitions and assistance with acclimation into the University of New Hampshire's graduate program. This course introduces international students to investigate skills needed to critically review and design research. It includes skills in using academic databases, synthesizing research and collecting and analyzing data, and presentations skills. May not be taken for credit toward a graduate or bachelor's degree.
GSSP 404 - Intercultural Issues for Graduate Students
This course examines intercultural Issues for Graduate Students in the United States. Students will engage in meaningful discussions and activities that will strengthen their understanding of the history and purpose of tertiary institutions and graduate education. Additionally, students will gain a broader prospective on cultural practices and challenges of graduate school in the United States. May not be taken for credit toward a graduate or bachelor's degree.