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.
In our M.Ed and Teacher Certification programs, you’ll get a personalized learning experience that fits your schedule. In online classes, you’ll explore your chosen content area and emerging trends in education. You’ll collaborate with fellow students working in schools all over the nation and internationally. If classroom teaching is your goal, you’ll apply your learning an intensive student teaching assignment in an accredited school where you live.
|Dr. Matthew Konieczka|
|Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences