The heart of our curriculum amplifies personal and professional development, providing deep knowledge in a chosen subject and a breadth of experience in many others. This well-rounded approach to learning empowers our students to master the core skills that prepare them to lead in their fields, including critical thinking, communication, and problem solving.
Every Franklin student has an off-campus experience in a professional environment before graduation, priming our students to land and succeed in their first professional roles. We also host working professionals in the classroom as they teach alongside professors to provide insights based on current industry best practices.
Every Franklin student completes a research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students propose and pursue topics of their choosing, allowing them to investigate their own intellectual and creative curiosities.
Our unique learning experience is delivered by faculty and staff who are focused on inclusive, interactive teaching. These relationships transcend traditional student-teacher dynamics and evolve over time into lifelong mentorships.
Every Franklin student examines a relevant issue during our 3-week immersive term and later completes an internship, practicum, study abroad or field experience to complement their classroom learning.
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Franklin’s liberal arts experience causes you to examine your curiosities. You learn about the direction of your life and what kind of person you want to be. - Brody Perrine '17
If you go to a liberal arts school, you can dive into your passions. Our professors encourage us – no matter what we’re studying – to pursue our passions. - Alexis Cheatham '21
I am a star in the eyes of employers because of my liberal arts education. It’s a gold star on your resume. It’s security to me. - Taylor Williams '18