A student-to-faculty ratio of 18 to 1 and an average class size of 21 enables Pitt-Greensburg's award-winning faculty to devote their attention to your success. Experiential learning opportunities and personalized support for STEM and Liberal Arts students ensures relevant preparation for a modern career and/or continued education.


Academic Programs

Expand your mind — and your professional qualifications — in a challenging academic environment. Choose from among 28 bachelor-level, four-year degree programs, in addition to 19 minors, and numerous certification and pre-professional programs.

Class Schedules

View upcoming class schedules, important dates, and related forms.

Spring 2017
Summer 2017
Fall 2017

General Degree Requirements

All students are required to complete a core set of general requirements. Please consult the latest Pitt-Greensburg Bulletin for additional information.

Graduate School Guarantees

As part of a world-renowned research university, our most accomplished students are afforded the opportunity to obtain admission to many of Pitt’s prestigious graduate and professional schools. Freshmen students entering Pitt-Greensburg in the fall 2014 and beyond can be considered for graduate/professional school guarantees through our Admissions Office. Learn more>


Many opportunities exist for Pitt-Greensburg students to be specially recognized for exemplary academic achievement.

Academic Honor Societies
Dean's List
The Ben Franklin Society

Special Programs

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.

Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities at Pitt-Greensburg involves an integration of coursework and research collaboration between faculty and students, resulting in sustainable, lasting humanities research.