Why Pitt Public Health?

Study at ONE OF THE NATION’S TOP PUBLIC HEALTH SCHOOLS

Since 1948, as Pennsylvania’s first fully accredited graduate school of public health and the 13th in the nation, Pitt Public Health has been educating leaders, engaging in service and research, and translating research into public health practices and policies to improve the health of people regionally, nationally, and globally.

PITT PUBLIC HEALTH...

  • Has accredited programs in all major fields of public health practice and research, as well as health care administration and genetic counseling
  • Collaborates with Pitt’s five other schools of health sciences, as well as the schools of law, social work, and public and international affairs
  • Offers a unique learning connection to UPMC, the largest multihospital system in the state of Pennsylvania
  • Maintains close working relationships with other health care providers, governments, and communities
  • Provides a wide variety of student organizations to help you gain knowledge and experience in the field
  • Receives significant support from alumni, donors, and industry
  • Is a major research powerhouse – consistently one of the top five recipients of National Institutes of Health funding among all schools of public health 

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Why Pittsburgh?

We’re in one of the best cities in the country, no lie... a “most livable” burgh, loved by tech nerds, foodies, outdoor adventurers, artists, and home-bodies. Find out why.

Talkin’ about Pittsburgh

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Pitt Medicine shows plans for their part of health sciences expansion 

Pitt Medicine shows plans for their part of health sciences expansion

PITT MED - the education addition and renovation is part of the University's master plan that includes many improvements throughout the health sciences and includes a rennovation of the Falk Library of the Health Sciences, a cafe, and common areas accommodating a variety of study styles.  (04/29/2019)
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A guide to Pittsburgh’s newest breweries, bars and distilleries 

A guide to Pittsburgh’s newest breweries, bars and distilleries

THE PITT NEWS -  Our student newspaper's preview of eight new breweries, bars, and distilleries in Pittsburgh includes Mario’s Saloon, soon to open across from Pitt Public Health. The popular local bar chain takes over a former staple of the Oakland bar scene, Peter’s Pub, which closed after 44 yea... (04/12/2019)
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Pittsburgh hockey fans ranked #1  

Pittsburgh hockey fans ranked #1

FORBES - Take note that our city has the NHL’s best fans! With a 5 year sell-out streak and top TV ratings, our fans are ready to see the Penguins take the cup. Besides a five-year sell-out streak and top TV ratings, Forbes noted: “The team’s Facebook page has 1.2 million followers — impressive con... (04/09/2019)
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Pitt invests in growing the Innovation District 

Pitt invests in growing the Innovation District

Built by Ford Motor Co. in 1915, 5000 Baum Boulevard is a 200,000-square-foot facility that functioned as part assembly plant, part showroom. The property represents Pitt’s largest development project to date aimed at strengthening the city’s Innovation District, which is being strategically develo... (02/19/2019)