Academics

Education Programs and Support

Education on Your Terms: On Campus or Online

Whether you are just starting your college career or getting ready to enroll in an advanced degree program, Franklin Pierce University offers learning options that fit your life and your goals: associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, doctoral programs, and certificate programs.

Enroll as an undergraduate on our College at Rindge campus or attend classes at one of three satellite centers throughout southern New Hampshire or our campus in Goodyear, Arizona.

Too busy to study on campus? Go online and earn a graduate degree on your own time. How you choose to succeed is up to you. We’re here to support you every step of the way.

Undergraduate

A traditional university-style campus education with the personal attention of a small college offering undergraduate majors, minors, certificate and pre-professional programs.

Undergraduate Online

Returning to school to get your degree? Learn more about our Undergraduate Online associate and bachelor degrees, or certificate programs.

Graduate Studies

Advance your career through graduate studies. Our Master, M.B.A. and Doctorate degree programs offer schedules and options that fit your busy life.

Strategies for Student Success
Student in the DiPietro LibraryDiPietro Library

The Frank S. DiPietro Library serves the community with a variety of on-campus and online resources and services. Individual study rooms, computers, group work areas, research databases, ebooks, and more are available.
Students outside - CAECenter For Academic Excellence

The Center for Academic Excellence is an integral part of the Franklin Pierce community offering a variety of writing, time management, and other services to help you achieve academic success.
Career Center
Career Center

Career Services for Franklin Pierce students and alumni include developing, evaluating and effectively implementing your career plans. The Career Center works with Employers on recruiting efforts and events.
 
Writing Center

The Writing Center is staffed with professional staff and peer writing assistants who are trained to help student writers of all academic levels and abilities through every stage of the writing process, from conception to final draft.

Advising

A collaborative academic advising partnership between students serves to enhance their educational experience and empowers them to develop meaningful educational, career, and life goals.

Internships & Hands-on Learning

Internships and hands-on experience for Graduate-level courses are available across the curriculum. Students completing internships are awarded academic credits under the supervision of their academic advisor or another faculty member within their major..

Educational & Personal SuccessAcademic courses provide a breadth of experiences not possible in a single field and offer a secure grounding for higher academic and personal accomplishments.