Granite State College is a part of the University System of New Hampshire and offers both virtual (online) and in-person educational opportunities focused on adults and flexible schedules. Founded in 1972, Granite State College offers Bachelor's Degrees in Business Management, English Language Arts, and Health Care Management, as well as Master's Degrees in Project Management, Leadership, Nursing, and Health Care Management.
New Hampshire Technical Institute (NHTI) opened in 1965 and changed its name to NHTI, Concord's Community College, in 2008. The campus sits on 240 acres along the Merrimack River and features an Academic Center for Excellence, three residence halls, and a Child and Family Development Center. NHTI offers 42 Associate Degree programs, two professional certificate programs, and 51 certificate programs. Areas of study include criminal justice, business, nursing, and engineering.
The University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law is the only law school in the state of New Hampshire. Founded in 1973, the UNH School of Law is named after 14th President Franklin Pierce (a New Hampshire native who practiced law in Concord) and specializes in intellectual property law.