Number of Degree Programs Offered by Degree Category and School
Pittsburgh Campus, Regional Campuses and University Total
Fall Term, 1998
                         
                         
                    First    
    Associate   Baccalaureate   Master's   Doctorate   Professional   Total
SCHOOL                        
Pittsburgh Campus                        
Faculty and College of                        
Arts and Sciences   0   58 41   30   0   129
General Studies   0   9   0   0   0   9
Honors College   0   1   0   0   0   1
Katz Graduate School of Business   0   0   5   1   0   6
Education   0   2   9   8   0   19
Engineering   0   10   10   8   0   28
Law   0   0   1   0   1   2
Public and International Affairs   0   0   5   1   0   6
Social Work   0   2   2   1   0   5
Information Sciences   0   1   3   2   0   6
College of Business Administration   0   4   0   0   0   4
Dental Medicine   0   0   4   0   1   5
Nursing   0   3   4   1   0   8
Pharmacy   0   0   1   1   1   3
Public Health   0   0   14   9   0   23
Medicine1   0   0   7   7   1   15
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences   0   6   4   2   0   12
Education and Public Health   0   0   1   0   0   1
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Pittsburgh Campus Total   0   96   111   71   4   282
                         
Regional Campuses                        
Johnstown   3   31   0   0   0   34
Greensburg   0   17   0   0   0   17
Titusville   7   0   0   0   0   7
Bradford   3   26   0   0   0   29
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Regional Campuses Total   13   74   0   0   0   87
                         
UNIVERSITY TOTAL   13   170   111   71   4   369
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1The school does not admit students at the master's level. Master's degrees are available, in accordance with
departmental guidelines, to those students who complete fewer credits than are required for the PhD degree.
                         
Notes: Figures reflect those degree programs to which students are currently being admitted.
The above figures do not include the Combined Major, dual-degree, joint or cooperative degree programs.

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