New England College (NEC) is a private, four-year educational institution with its main campus located in scenic Henniker, New Hampshire, just 90 minutes from Boston and 20 minutes from the state capital, Concord. The school was founded in 1946, after World War II, with the primary goal of providing education to military students attending college on their G.I. bill.

Today, there are approximately 1,219 undergraduate and 1,258 graduate students enrolled at NEC representing 31 states and over 20 other countries outside of the U.S. The college offers undergraduate, graduate and professional programs leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Education, and Master of Science.

With over 50 years of experience in providing education, NEC remains true to its mission to remove obstacles to educational advancement and open new pathways leading to professional development and personal enrichment for its students. To achieve this end, it has made a majority of its programs available online. This provides students with the convenient means to pursue their higher education wherever they are and at their own pace. In addition, NEC’s online courses also make available to students an extensive online library available 24/7 and access to an online community of highly trained professors and support from fellow online students.

Online degrees available include Master of Science and Master of Arts degrees in Business, Healthcare, and Political Science. Rate of tuition varies depending on the degree program selected. Financial aid is extended in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work-study arrangements.

New England College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Inc. (NEASC).