Academics

Academics

Expand your mind—and your professional qualifications—in a challenging academic environment. Choose from among 24 bachelor-level, four-year degree programs in addition to 18 minors.

Majors

American Studies History
Anthropology Information Science
Biological Science Management
Chemistry Management: Accounting
Communication Management: Information Systems
Criminal Justice Mathematics
Education: Early Childhood Political Science
Education: Secondary Psychology
English Literature Spanish
English Writing Visual and Performing Arts
  Customized Interdisciplinary Majors
 

Minors

Accounting History of Art & Architecture
Actuarial Sciences Music
Chemistry Philosophy
Computer Science Political Science
Education Psychology
English Literature Sociology
English Writing Spanish
Gender Studies Statistics
History Theatre Arts

Relocation Programs

Pitt-Greensburg students may complete one or two years of study toward degrees in the following programs, and then transfer to the Pittsburgh campus. 

Engineering Pharmacy
Health and Rehabilitation Science Social Work

Certificate Programs

Pitt-Greensburg students may earn a certificate in Children's Literature or Latin American Studies.

Special Programs

Manufacturing Management

Pitt-Greensburg students may earn credits in the Manufacturing Management Program. The program is also designed so that the credits could be applied toward a bachelor’s degree in business management.

Academic Village

The Academic Village offers a unique living and learning experience to high achieving students with interests ranging from science and technology to arts, politics, history and foreign cultures. Interested students must complete the Academic Village Application.

Integrated Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities at Pitt-Greensburg involves an integration of coursework and research collaboration between faculty and students.  Students and faculty engage in text-mining activities using the Pitt Digital Library databases and code open-source research projects using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), the international standard in eXtensible Markup Language (XML) for sustainable, lasting humanities research.