We have found 1 business schools in New Hampshire that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of New Hampshire MBA universities.
- ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state New Hampshire. Also covers latest population and geographical information of New Hampshire.
List of Top MBA Schools in New Hampshire
Population of New Hampshire
Approximately 1,320,000 people live in the state of New Hampshire (the 42nd most populous state in the United States). The average population density in the state is about 57 people per km 2 (21 places in the USA).
The largest cities in New Hampshire are Manchester (about 110,000 residents), Nashua (more than 85,000 residents), Rochester (about 30,000 residents), Keene (about 25,000 residents). About 45,000 people live in the New Hampshire state capital, Concord.
The largest urban agglomeration in the state of New Hampshire exists around the cities of Manchester and Nashua (more than 400,000 people, one hundred and twenty-ninth place in the list of US metropolitan areas).
The racial composition of the population of the state of New Hampshire:
- White – 93.9%
- Asians – about 2.2%
- Blacks (African Americans) – 1.1%
- Native Americans (Indians or Eskimos of Alaska) – about 0.2%
- Other races – 0.9%
- Two or more races – about 1.6%
- Hispanic or Latino (of any race) – about 2.8%
The largest ethnic (national) groups among the population of the state of New Hampshire:
- French (and French Canadians) – about 25%
- Irish – about 23%
- English – about 19%
- Italians – about 10%
- Germans – about 9%
- Scots – about 5%
- Poles – about 4%
- Scots – Irish (Ulster Scots) – about 2.5%
- Swedes – about 2%
New Hampshire has the highest percentage of ethnic French in the US population, due to historical reasons and proximity to the “French” regions of Canada.
The largest population groups in the state of New Hampshire by religion:
- Christians – about 72%, including:
- Catholics – about 35%
- Protestants – about 32%, including:
- Baptists – about 6%
- Congregationalists/United Church of Christ – about 6%
- Episcopal / Anglican Church – about 4%
- Methodists – about 3%
- Lutherans – about 1%
- Jews – about 1%