Learn about the most important environmental problems challenging the world today. Gain knowledge about and skills inenvironmental policymaking, interpreting science for children and adults,community planning, and environmental advocacy. With a curriculum rooted in hands-on learning, you'll have the opportunity to explore and understand the 1,200-acre Rindge campus and how to take action to make a difference for nature and people.
Continue into the Master of Business Administration in Energy and Sustainability Studies program at Franklin Pierce, or consider a Master of Science in Environmental Studies through a partnership with Antioch University.
A major and minor are offered.
You have the opportunity to join Franklin Pierce's chapter of the National Science and Mathematics Honor Society if you meet national requirements for induction.
Education extends beyond the classroom. Enroll in Tropical Forest Ecology (BI 217) and take a two-week trip in June to three field sites in Costa Rica.
Alumni Success Stories
"While I was Franklin Pierce I was fortunate to have professors who were very supportive in my learning. My Environmental Science coursework and my social science class community organization opened a new way to impact developing countries."Dennis Garcia '13
Environmental Consultant at United Nations Guatemala