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The Art Institute of Pittsburgh
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh offers Bachelor and Associate degree programs, as well as certificate programs, in the visual and practical arts (design, media arts, culinary, fashion).
Carlow is a Catholic university offering more than 50 undergraduate majors and certificate programs, as well as graduate programs in education, management and technology, nursing, professional leadership, and the humanities. It has an enrollment currently around 2,200 and a student-faculty ratio of 10-1.
Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon is a private, internationally ranked research university with programs in areas ranging from science, technology and business, to public policy, the humanities and the arts. More than 11,000 students are enrolled in the university’s seven schools.
Chatham University is home to nearly 2,400 undergraduate and graduate students on 35 park-like acres in the Shadyside area of Pittsburgh. The University is a private, selective, fully accredited, nonsectarian institution, consisting of three distinct Colleges: Chatham College for Women, The College for Graduate Studies, and The College for Continuing and Professional Studies.
Located high atop the center of Pittsburgh, Duquesne is a private Catholic university offering masters and doctoral degrees with more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students across ten schools of study: liberal arts, sciences, music, business, nursing, pharmacy, health sciences, education, leadership and law.
La Roche College
La Roche is a private, Catholic, co-educational college located just minutes from downtown Pittsburgh on 40 acres of wooded suburbs in the heart of the North Hills. It offers over 50 majors and programs and has approximately 1400 students.
Penn State Beaver
Penn State Beaver offers the first two years of almost all of Penn State’s 160+ majors which can be completed at Penn State University Park or several other Penn State campuses. The scenic ninety-acre campus is located thirty miles northwest of Pittsburgh, near Monaca in the Beaver Valley.
Penn State Greater Allegheny (McKeesport)
Penn State Greater Allegheny offers the first two years of a baccalaureate degree or an associate degree, located between McKeesport and White Oak, 15 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
Penn State New Kensington
Located in Upper Burrell (four miles east of New Kensington) the Penn State New Kensington Campus offers both baccalaureate and associate degrees. It is primarily a commuter school with approximately 900 students.
Point Park University
Located in downtown Pittsburgh, Point Park enrolls more than 4,000 full- and part-time students in 85 undergraduate and 12 graduate programs offered through its School of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Communication and the Conservatory of Performing Arts.
Robert Morris University
Robert Morris offers 4 year programs in the School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science; the School of Communications and Information Systems; and the School of Business. It is a relatively small ( 4,000 Undergraduate and 1,100 Graduate students) university with its main campus in Moon Township and a second urban center in downtown Pittsburgh.
University of Pittsburgh
With an enrollment of more than 35,000 students on five campuses, the University offers 444 distinct degree programs and confers more than 8,000 degrees annually. The Oakland campus is home to 16 undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools.