Graduate Studies

Degree Programs

College of Business

The College of Business prepares you for leadership in a diverse range of business settings and industries. In online classes, you’ll collaborate with experienced faculty to develop your leadership skills and business expertise. Our International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) accredited graduate programs include: 

A Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) is offered with a concentration in:

A Master of Science (M.S.) is offered in:

A Dual Degree is offered in:

A Graduate Certificate is offered in:

College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences

School of Education

You can earn your Master of Education in Educational Leadership or your Teacher Certification. Teacher certification is offered locally within proximity of Rindge, NH.

Take courses in your chosen content area, and study emerging trends in education.

A Master of Education (M.Ed.) and Teacher Certification is offered in:


College of Health & Natural Sciences

Through the College of Health & Natural Sciences, you can earn your certification for healthcare professions that are in high demand. You’ll work with faculty and staff whose first priority is your success. Graduate degrees include:

A Doctoral Program is offered in:

A Master's Program is offered in:

School of Nursing

As a working nurse professional, you can earn an online master’s degree that helps advance your career. Our nursing programs are certified by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

A Master of Science (M.S.N.) is offered in:

A Dual Degree is offered in:

A Graduate Certificate is offered in:

Graduate Housing

The University has set aside a number of apartments within Mountainview for graduate student housing. Mountainview Apartments consist of two double bedrooms with an adjoining full bathroom, an additional half bathroom, living room, and kitchen. Bedroom and living room furniture is provided by the University.

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College of Business

“While earning my M.B.A.  at Franklin Pierce, I continued to pursue career opportunities at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in their Center for Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes. After graduation, my hard work paid off when I was offered a management position with the Institute.”

- Adrienne D'Ascanio ’13, Manager of Clinical Operations, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute


College of Health & Natural Sciences

“The health science degree I received from Franklin Pierce made the transition into the DPT program very smooth. The undergraduate health science electives and requirements have practical components imbedded in the coursework that helped prepare me for the courses I am taking now to become a physical therapist.”

- Arin Lotter ’18, DPT ’21


College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences

“Franklin Pierce gave me the flexibility to pursue my Master of Education and Teacher Certification while living Saudi Arabia. My teachers were inspirational – they had high expectations and personal experience that gave me a firm understanding of what I needed to do as an educator to meet the needs of my students. I liked the group work where we had to use the same 21st century skills we are teaching our students to use.”

- Lindsey Lynch M.Ed. ’19 – Lead teacher, 2 year-old classroom, Saudi Aramco School, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

Graduate Admissions(800) 325-1090

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