Graduate Applications

Take the First Step and Apply for Admission

Be a Confident Leader and Advance Your Career

In today’s competitive job market, employees with a graduate degree earn an average of $12,000 more per year than those with only a bachelor’s degree, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

At Franklin Pierce, our graduate courses are offered exclusively online, allowing you to take your career to the next level on your own time. With rolling start dates throughout the year and the option of part or full-time study, you can create a flexible and personalized schedule that works for you.

Our professors are experts in their fields who understand the unique needs of adult students, and you will work closely with them in small classes. That means that not only will your professors provide academic support, but they will serve as a professional network beyond the virtual classroom.

 
Apply in Three Easy Steps
Step 1: Apply

Apply Online. Fill out this simple online graduate application to start your admissions process. Please note that there is a different application for the following two programs.

Step 2: Provide Additional Forms and Materials

Official Transcripts: Request a transcript from all previously attended institution(s) to be sent to Franklin Pierce University at cgps@franklinpierce.edu.

Current Resume: Provide a copy of your most recent professional resume and a list of references by email to  as a MS Word (.doc) or PDF attachment.

Supplemental Materials: Some programs require additional forms and/or essay questions to complete your admissions portfolio. Once your application (Step 1) is received, and admissions counselor will reach out to communicate any additional requirements.

Step 3: Financial Aid

All of the information you need to finance your education is available from the Financial Aid Office, including student loans, grants, scholarships, alternative forms of credit or how to pay your tuition online.

 
CONTACT
Graduate Admissions(800) 325-1090

Office Hours

Mon - Fri:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

or by appointment