At Franklin Pierce, you draw on a firm foundation in liberal arts to build the knowledge
and skills you need to succeed in your career. You’ll study in small classes with
faculty who provide guidance and hands-on learning opportunities. You’ll learn to
think critically and communicate effectively. You’ll bring knowledge from a wide range
of disciplines to educate, inform, and find robust solutions to social challenges.
In small classes (average 12:1 students:teacher) on our Rindge campus or online, you’ll work with faculty who are passionate about their fields. You’ll gain broad perspective on social and cultural issues. You’ll get hands-on experience through internships, projects and research opportunities.
(I) = In-Person (O) = Online
A Bachelor of Arts Degree is offered in:
A Minor is offered in:
View a full list of available minors.
An Associate of Arts Degree is offered in:
An Undergraduate Cerfiticate is offered in:
All graduate programs offered within the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences fall within the School of Education.
|Dr. Matthew Konieczka|
|Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences