College Of BusinessCollege of Business

Ready to make your mark? Build the practical know-how and strategic sense to unlock business problems. Put theoretical knowledge to the test in real-life settings. Blaze a unique academic and professional path with flexible education options. Join a cadre of faculty bound by a focus on teaching, ethics, sustainability, and non-stop improvement.


Pathways to Leadership & Business Success

Earn an undergraduate degree on campus—or completely online. Pursue a 100% online MBA. Or combine a bachelor’s degree and an MBA in just four years with our unique Business PLUS+ options.

Flexibility and real-world experience set a Franklin Pierce business education apart. All our programs are fully accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education. Partner firms across New England and beyond offer sites for internships, consulting, and full-time jobs post-graduation.

As an undergraduate, you’ll apply classroom lessons to real business challenges through internships, senior projects, and work experience.

As a graduate student, you’ll meet faculty with strong business connections in online programs ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report.

Browse everything we offer—click any area of study to find our full slate of programs:

  • Bachelor of Science: On-campus (Rindge) or online
  • Undergraduate Minor (Finance): On-campus (Rindge)
  • Master of Business Administration (Accounting Concentration): Online
  • Master of Science (Accounting): Online

Explore Accounting-Finance Programs

  • Undergraduate Minor: On-campus (Rindge)

Explore the Advertising Minor

Explore Business Programs

  • Master of Business Administration (Energy and Sustainability Concentration): Online
  • 4+1 Bachelor’s/MBA Pathway: Hybrid (Rindge and online)

Explore Environmental Science Programs

  • Bachelor of Science: On-campus (Rindge) or online
  • Undergraduate Minor: On-campus (Rindge)
  • Master of Business Administration (Healthcare Administration Concentration): Online
  • Graduate Certificate: Online

Explore Healthcare Administration

  • Master of Business Administration (Human Resource Management Concentration): Online
  • Graduate Certificate: Online

Explore Human Resource Management Programs

  • Master of Business Administration (Leadership Concentration): Online

Explore the MBA Leadership Program

  • Bachelor of Science: On-campus (Rindge) or online
  • Undergraduate Minor: On-campus (Rindge)
  • Master of Business Administration (see Leadership)

Explore Management Programs

  • Bachelor of Science: On-campus (Rindge) or online
  • Undergraduate Minor: On-campus (Rindge)

Explore Marketing Programs

  • Undergraduate Minor: On-campus (Rindge)

Explore the Public Relations Minor

  • Bachelor of Science: On-campus (Rindge) or online
  • Undergraduate Minor: On-campus (Rindge)
  • Master of Business Administration (Sports and Recreation Management Concentration): Online

Explore Sports and Recreation Management Programs

#12

among not-for-profit online
MBA programs ranked by GoGrad

#6 & #15

MBA in energy/sustainability and BS
in healthcare administration ranked by The Best Schools

#29

MBA in sports management
ranked by Best Value Schools

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Meet Dean Norman Faiola

A veteran of academia and the hospitality industry, Dr. Faiola came to Pierce from SUNY Morrisville. He’s a graduate of Cornell University and Syracuse University.

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Meet Our Business Faculty

Faculty power Pierce programs, blending academic insight with applied experience. Meet the people who’ll become your business teachers, mentors, colleagues, and peers.

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Mission-Driven Teaching & Scholarship

By providing a rich, diverse, and supporting learning environment, the Franklin Pierce University College of Business prepares students to become inquisitive, creative problem-solvers and highly valued professionals.

We’re guided by these values:

  • Providing a student-focused educational experience
  • Promoting ethical and sustainable business practices
  • Engaging in continuous program improvement that reflects the needs of all stakeholders

 

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