Academic Programs

Pitt-Greensburg students interact on a personal level with their instructors.

Discover yourself with personal support from our faculty.

At Pitt-Greensburg, you can fulfill your potential across a wide range of disciplines. Our academic programs are constantly growing and adapting to meet the needs of modern careers and continued education. You have the opportunity to focus your education further by supplementing studies in a minor program or certification field. Additionally, our intimate campus and small class size is ideal for preparing you for further education through pre-professional programs.


American Studies History
Anthropology Information Technology
Biochemistry Management
Biological Science Management: Accounting
Chemistry Management: Information Systems
Communication Mathematics
Creative and Professional Writing Nursing - New!
Criminal Justice Political Science
Education: Early Childhood Psychology
Education: Secondary Public Policy
Education: Spanish Spanish
English Literature Visual and Performing Arts
Customized Interdisciplinary Majors


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


Certificate Programs

Pitt-Greensburg students may earn the following certificates.

Arts Entrepreneurship Latin American Studies
Children's Literature Manufacturing Management
Digital Studies  


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 Pre-Medicine
Nutrition & Dietetics Pre-Occupational Therapy
Pre-Dentistry Pre-Pharmacy
Pre-Health Information Management Pre-Physical Therapy
Pre-Health & Rehabilitation Science Pre-Social Work


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.