Plymouth State University was founded in 1871 and is a regional comprehensive university located in Plymouth, New Hampshire, operating as part of the University System of New Hampshire. Originally founded as Plymouth Normal School in 1871, the school has undergone a number of changes, evolving into a teachers college, a state college and finally into a state university in 2003. The school began offering graduate degrees in 1948 and today offers certificates, bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees.
PSU operates with a model of integrated academic clusters, which allows students to participate in interdisciplinary work with related departments. The clusters are:
Arts & Technologies
Education, Democracy & Social Change
Exploration & Discovery
Health & Human Enrichment
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Justice & Security
Tourism, Environment & Sustainable Development
Several bachelor's and master's degree programs are available online through distance learning.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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