Create a thriving world that is ecologically healthy, economically viable, and socially just. Gain practical experience in creating and implementing solutions to real sustainability challenges, on campus and in the local community. Explore "green" topics through laboratory coursework, projects, and field research.
Recent sustainability projects have included reducing greenhouse gas production, creating polinator gardens, expanding the campus vegetable gardens, improving hiking trails, and designing educational programs for the campus greenhouse.
You must complete five courses to earn the Sustainability Certificate.
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