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.

Student-Faculty Collaboration at F&M

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:

 

Academic Distinctiveness

Exceptional Faculty-Student Collaboration

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.

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Academic Resources

The Pulse of  Academics at F&M

Story 9/13/2019

F&M Geoscientist Helps Confirm Early Human Ancestor...

To help determine the age  of a newly discovered 3.8-million-year-old fossil that brought worldwide attention, an F&M geoscientist was enlisted to examine igneous rock from the region where it was...

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Story 9/13/2019

Author Examines Education Reformer, Race in U.S.

The author of the 2007 book, “In a Shade of Blue: Pragmatism and the Politics of Black America,” Eddie Glaude Jr. described today’s American democracy as one in turmoil in his remarks at Franklin &...

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Story 9/5/2019

A Long Way From Behind Enemy Lines

Four years after the liberation of Paris from Nazi occupation, Marthe Cohn enlisted as an Allied spy. Now 99 years old, Cohn relaxed comfortably in a chair on stage in F&M’s Alumni Sports and Fitness...

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September 18
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Advanced Studies in England

Joseph International Center Forum 101

An information session for the Advanced Studies in England program, located in Bath, England. For...

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September 18
event 9/18/2019

Conversations with...The Provost

Faculty Center

**Note:  This event will be held in the Academy Room, 2nd floor, SFL** Faculty are invited to...

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September 18
event 9/18/2019

Economics Department Annual Van Dyck Lecture - William...

Roschel Theatre

"The Urgent Need to Reverse Rising Inequality" William Spriggs is a professor in, and former...

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