Fitchburg State University has 14 academic departments. Each department is the home for one or more academic programs at the undergraduate or graduate level. The academic departments are overseen by the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Fitchburg State University offers 26 undergraduate majors and more than 45 minors. Each undergraduate program of study requires a minimum of 120 credits for graduation. Graduate programs include 22 master's degrees and certificates of advanced graduate studies. Each graduate program requires 30-39 credits to complete the degree.
Research and creative practices
Faculty at Fitchburg State are actively involved in research and creative practice. The faculty profiles highlight their most recent publications and presentations. There is an annual exhibition of faculty artistic work.
Undergraduate Research opportunities
Each academic program offers a number of opportunities for undergraduates to be involved in research. Students can present their research or creative activity projects at the annual Undergraduate Conference on Research and Creative Practice each April. LINK to Undergraduate Research Conference Page