Locations: Pittsburgh, PA (main campus); Bradford, PA; Johnstown, PA; Titusville, PA; Greensburg, PA
Degrees: Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Law, Nursing, Education, Arts, Engineering, Film Studies and others (over 120 fields of study)
Tuition Range: $15,000-$17,000 annually for residents, $24,000-$27,000 for non-residents (undergraduate)
Located in Pittsburgh PA (with regional campuses in Bradford, Johnstown, Titusville and Greensburg), the University of Pittsburgh has an enrollment of over 30,000 students with degree programs available in over 120 areas of study–among them, Medicine, Nursing, Law, Engineering, Education, Music, International Studies and many others. Of particular interest is the school’s Film Studies program, which utilizes an interdisciplinary approach by drawing courses from multiple departments (and a partnership with Pittsburgh Filmmakers) to offer bachelor and master’s degrees in film studies.
A public state university, the University of Pittsburgh follows a traditional academic format, generally requiring a four-year commitment for a bachelor’s degree. Tuition varies by department, but undergraduate rates average roughly between $15,000 and $17,000 a year for Pennsylvania residents, and between $24,000-$27,000 annually for non-residents. Graduate programs vary in rates, but are generally more expensive for both residents and non-residents.
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