It all comes together here.
Think about everything you want from a college experience: wrestling with big ideas, expanding your world, and discovering your passions; living in an iconic American city buzzing with opportunity and adventure; joining a tight-knit community that feels like home and becomes like family. You’ll find all this and more at the University of Pittsburgh. It all comes together here.
At Pitt, you have access to 100+ majors, minors, and certificates; guaranteed internships at world-class corporations and organizations; undergraduate research projects alongside faculty who are changing the world; and a community of fellow students who are just as curious and ambitious as you are.
You’ll be amazed by how a top 100 research university can put so much within reach—in ways that feel truly individualized. Build the knowledge, experience, and expertise you need to succeed in the future you want.
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The University of Pittsburgh has five campuses. The Pittsburgh campus is the largest, with 19,000+ undergraduates. With additional bachelor’s degrees offered at the Bradford, Greensburg, and Johnstown campuses, you’ll find what you’re looking for at Pitt. If city living isn’t your style, one of our regional campuses with picturesque settings will surely fit your college dreams.
Health Science Majors at Pitt
• Athletic Training*
• Chemistry (Bioscience Track)
• Communication Science*
• Doctor of Pharmacy*
• Health & Physical Activity*
• Health Informatics*
• Health Services, Bachelor of Arts*
• Health Services, Bachelor of Science*
• Molecular Biology
• Natural Sciences (Pre-med Track)*
• Nutrition Science*
• Rehabilitation Science*
• Social Work*
* Students in these programs start out in the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences and apply to transfer into the major program in their junior year once they have earned the necessary prerequisites.