Degree Programs

Franklin Pierce University offers degrees through the College at Rindge and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies. The College at Rindge provides traditional residential undergraduate programs. The College of Graduate and Professional Studies offers programs to adult students at satellite locations throughout southern New Hampshire and online. Degree offerings are listed below. Please see the Catalog for more comprehensive information.


Accounting - Finance, B.S.
Advertising (minor offered)
American Studies (non-degree course offered)
Anthropology, B.A
Applied Economics (minor offered)
Art - Arts Management (non-degree courses offered)
Art - Fine Arts (non-degree courses offered)

Biology, B.A, B.S.
Business Administration (minor)

Chemistry (minor offered)
Creative Writing (English concentration or minor)
Criminal Justice, B.A.

Education (with certification in Elementary Education K-8, Art Education K-12, Secondary Education for Biology 7-12, English 5-12, and Social Science 5-12)
English, B.A.
Environmental Science, B.A., B.S.

General Science (minor)
Global Citizenship (certificate)
Graphic Communication (non-degree courses offered)

History, B.A.
Public History (minor)

Management, B.S.
Marketing, B.S.
Mass Communication, B.A. (with concentrations in journalism, media production, and media studies)
Mathematics (non-degree courses offered)
Music, B.A.

Philosophy and Religious Studies (minor)
Political Science, B.A.
Psychology, B.A.
Public Relations (minor)

Social Work and Counseling (non-degree courses offered)
Sociology (minor)
Spanish (minor)
Sports and Recreation Management, B.S.

Theater and Dance (non-degree courses offered)

Women in Leadership (certificate)