Majors & Minors: Choose Your Field of Study
Students who learn to confront the complex issues of today's world become the leaders who solve everyday problems in whatever path they choose in life.
The Franklin & Marshall curriculum provides a framework for our students’ intellectual development over their four years at F&M, and helps them become the creative, responsible and ambitious participants in learning who will be exceptionally prepared to live and work beyond their years in college.
Fields of Study offered at Franklin & Marshall College:
At Franklin & Marshall College, we believe that undergraduate research, with careful mentoring of a faculty supervisor, can be one of a student's most meaningful and significant experiences at F&M, and it shouldn't be a "rare" experience for just a few hand-picked students.Discover what makes F&M different
The Pulse of Academics at F&M
At the core of poet Robert Schultz and photographer Binh Danh’s art is the power to create empathy from memory. The artists spoke to the audience attending Franklin & Marshall College’s Common Hour,...Read More
Convicts in late 18th-century England, sent to a new penal colony on the far side of the world, faced a brutal life until the commander of the fleet of ships that transported them had another idea...Read More
Franklin & Marshall College’s David Schuyler, the Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of the Humanities and American Studies, is a recipient of the Frederic Church Award, presented to him Oct. 3 in...Read More
Life Science 142 Bonchek Lecture Hall
Hafsa Kanjwal is an Assistant Professor of History at Lafayette College "Our Breadwinner has Come...Read More